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Old 19-10-2017, 10:43 AM   #1
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Britemax Grime out alternative

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Britemax Grime Out my #1 but shipping is very expensive from some stores , I can order from UF and I'm thinking about Nanolex Pre wash especially for strip old LSP . What about Nanolex smell ?
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Old 19-10-2017, 11:20 AM   #2
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I swapped to using Bilt Hamber Surfex in place of grime out, however grime out is excellent. Surfex works VERY well across differing dilutions for any number of tasks.

Nanolex pre wash is a fantastic product, there isnt really a noticeable smell to it that i can remember. But for cleaning power it is very good. Diluted down i never had any issue with it being lsp safe.
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Surfex hd is the one. If you are cleaning up tyres and trim etc with it, its a perfect alternative
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To clean tyres what would you dilute surfex at?

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I use it quite strong to be honest, one to one usually. But thats only for tyres. one to ten for most other exterior things
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Old 20-10-2017, 09:00 PM   #6
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Surfex hd is the one. If you are cleaning up tyres and trim etc with it, its a perfect alternative
I have tried Surfex hd but I want try something new I'm thinking about Nanolex pre-wash or buy R222 Total Auto Wash again .
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I have tried Surfex hd but I want try something new I'm thinking about Nanolex pre-wash or buy R222 Total Auto Wash again .
Wow thats a blast from the past, the r222. I remember it being expensive but quite good
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Wow thats a blast from the past, the r222. I remember it being expensive but quite good

Did you try Poorboys APC or Gtechniq W2 ?
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Did you try Poorboys APC or Gtechniq W2 ?
I haven't Nasser, I truly only use surfex now buddy I'm sorry
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