Wet sand with well irrigated 600 paper, be it bucket dipping or steady hose water.
Follow with something like BlueMagic metal polish.
You can also do a dry crocus cloth intermediate, as in after the wet paper - IF you want to take more time and make the metal polishing segment a bit easier.
Once you have it cleaned, it's much easier keeping it that way.
I hate spending time on such stuff, so read the above as being about as fast a method as possible aside from a mechanized process that forces you to remove the header and to a shop.
also after i clean my wheels can i wax them to make cleaning them next time easier
I spray a rag with WD-40, and wipe them down after a wash. Everything gets a nice gloss and chain lubricant can simply be wiped off with a rag afterwards. I read about it on a British MC forum for winter riding protection.