Decontaminating your Paintwork

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Re: Decontaminating your Paintwork

Post by Comingoutsideways » Mon May 13, 2019 8:50 am

For a fallout remover (to remove iron deposits that appear as orange dots on my white 1'er) I have just tried Auto Glym Magma. Very good stuff, normally use Auto Finesse but the Auto Glym stuff was much better and smelt ok, some of the others (carpro Iron X for example stinks. Magma is a quid cheaper as well :)

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Re: Decontaminating your Paintwork

Post by SamM140 » Wed Jul 03, 2019 10:38 am

Iron X is my go to. Doesn’t smell great but does a great job.

Dragons Breath is great too but that really really stinks, so I just tend to use that for wheels on a big clean.
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Re: Decontaminating your Paintwork

Post by NL-Mike » Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:55 pm

If you're looking for an iron remover/wheel cleaner that doesn't smell as bad try bilt hamber auto wheel, smells pretty good for a wheel cleaner and works really well!

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