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    and rust?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony318is View Post
    so how is it on corrosion?
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    and rust?
    G101 isn't likely to make much impact on corrosion or rust, but then everyday wheels are unlikely to have either of the above, so this leads me to think that Restore is probably better suited to restoration type work maybe?

    If Restore able to deal with rust and corrosion then it must have something pretty caustic in it to break down contamination, not something I would use on a regular basis, not saying it's a bad product just would be cautious how often I used t on the same wheels.
     
     

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    I will email bromoco for the msds and find out if it does have anything caustic and will let you know
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony318is View Post
    I will email bromoco for the msds and find out if it does have anything caustic and will let you know
    Have you seen their website, seriously it looks rubbish bromoco



    I expect their products are as bad too
     
     

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    is this stuff available mail order from anywhere
    I can't shift the last bits on my rims and it drives me mad
    May try a clay bar next, too cold out there at the mo though!



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    Quote Originally Posted by glync View Post
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    is this stuff available mail order from anywhere
    I can't shift the last bits on my rims and it drives me mad
    May try a clay bar next, too cold out there at the mo though!
    I would steer clear of it.
    Put a post up in the detailing forum and someone will help you out with the right product.

    That Bromoco sh*te isnt it though...!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by glync View Post
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    is this stuff available mail order from anywhere
    I can't shift the last bits on my rims and it drives me mad
    May try a clay bar next, too cold out there at the mo though!
    Would avoid the above stuff, would imagine it's pretty caustic to remove what it claims, better suited for blocked drains.

    A clay bar should remove any bits remaining, don't rub too hard though or you could run the risk of causing some light scratches.

    recommended wheel cleaner,

    Bilberry- acid and alkaline free- http://www.i4detailing.co.uk/acatalo...Cleaner_2.html
     
     

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    so whats the dam difference this is acid and alkaline free.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony318is View Post
    so whats the dam difference this is acid and alkaline free.
    The difference is one dam holds back water and the other is a cuss word

    The cuss word is spelt damn
     
     

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