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Old 18-02-2018, 12:34 PM   #1
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Has anyone use this yet? Thoughts?

Need a fallout remover and this is the only stuff I can find locally available.


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Old 18-02-2018, 02:44 PM   #2
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yes, see here
http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...=401456&page=2
works very well
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I'm looking to get some shortly - think my local Halfords is stocking it now.
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Picked some up from Halfords just over £9 with Trade Card. It smells better than some sort of citrus over egg. Iíve tried it on my winter wheel trims and removed a small amount of fall out. On the paintwork it didnít do much but perhaps thereís want much to shift. Waiting to give the alloys on my other car a hit.


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Picked some up from Halfords just over £9 with Trade Card. It smells better than some sort of citrus over egg. Iíve tried it on my winter wheel trims and removed a small amount of fall out. On the paintwork it didnít do much but perhaps thereís want much to shift. Waiting to give the alloys on my other car a hit.


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Finally got to use it today. Worked well removing fall out from the wheels. Visible contamination removed. A better small than some others. Going to try the trade range liquid clay next time.



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Old 22-02-2018, 11:03 PM   #8
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Finally got to use it today. Worked well removing fall out from the wheels. Visible contamination removed. A better small than some others. Going to try the trade range liquid clay next time.



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Iím in two minds as to whether I buy Magma or liquid clay... Iím guessing Liquid Clay would be a little stronger?


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Iím in two minds as to whether I buy Magma or liquid clay... Iím guessing Liquid Clay would be a little stronger?


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Would they not both be same product as their trade names are same product but with different name.
Main thing is it is wax safe and you know a lot of testing has gone in to making the product.
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Our liquid clay has issues in the cold. Magma is, apparently, a different formulation so you might be better sticking with it.

Autoglym- you have cloud point issues, I know it is cold at this time of year but you should get the formulations guys to get a bit of hydrotrope in there.
Incorrect - you need to understand that a cloud point is the temperature ABOVE which a solution of a water-soluble surfactant becomes cloudy.
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