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.
I will email bromoco for the msds and find out if it does have anything caustic and will let you know
I expect their products are as bad too
Are you this Tony....
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!
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
so whats the dam difference this is acid and alkaline free.
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