Author Topic: Tar and Fall-Out Removers  (Read 2728 times)

VW_Golf_nut

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Re: Tar and Fall-Out Removers
« Reply #10 on: 16 January 2022, 17:51 »
I'd say yes, used on some caked wheels of my UP GTI on Friday. Need to let it work, may take a few sessions.

Offline mcmaddy

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Re: Tar and Fall-Out Removers
« Reply #11 on: 16 January 2022, 22:51 »
I'd say yes, used on some caked wheels of my UP GTI on Friday. Need to let it work, may take a few sessions.
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Re: Tar and Fall-Out Removers
« Reply #12 on: 02 March 2022, 10:23 »
Post revival so apologies. My alloys are coated in gtechniq c5 but I've still got loads of fallout even after doing them twice with gtechnic fallout remover.  Any suggestions on what else to use to get the fallout off? Would a claybar work or am I better off trying a different fallout remover?

A clay bar will work to get the embedded fallout off, but I'd say you shouldn't need to rely on it if you have a good quality fallout remover. I use Duel Autocare iron fallout remover.

VW_Golf_nut

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Re: Tar and Fall-Out Removers
« Reply #13 on: 02 March 2022, 10:26 »
Bilt Hamber Korrosol, the best I have used in my experience.

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Re: Tar and Fall-Out Removers
« Reply #14 on: 02 March 2022, 21:52 »
Not tried many but iron x always reliable if toy can stand the smell!