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Old 21-06-2018, 03:17 PM   #21
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The only one issue I had with it is the spray head, at least on the 500ml bottle, is not suited to solvent sprays and will seize up after only one or two uses. I decanted mine into a more suitable spray bottle.
I have one of those pump operated spray bottles I got from Sainsburys, I hope that will work better.
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Old 22-06-2018, 12:48 PM   #22
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Korrolsol is an iron remover.

For tar, I use Autosmart Tardis.
Then what's the point of BH Auto Wheel? I guess that's also an iron remover, right?
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Old 22-06-2018, 01:40 PM   #23
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Then what's the point of BH Auto Wheel? I guess that's also an iron remover, right?
It has added degreasers etc for more effective cleaning of alloy wheels.

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Korrosol for your bodywork and auto wheel for wheels- it's more aggressive because wheels get hammered a lot more and you can win a shed load in the Charity Prize Raffle
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Looking for a Tar remover also and reading up.
It does appear they are all quite different strength wise.
I do like the 5ltr option mostly, so a forum is always a good place to ask so its not too much of a punt.
The Koch Chemis Tar and Glue remover "TEW"looks like an option. Anyone used it?
Bilt Hamber and Koch Chemie are the rising stars to the UK market, quality gear.
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i`ve had good results with AM tar, have a look at amdetails website.
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Old 05-07-2018, 11:16 AM   #27
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Looking for a Tar remover also and reading up.
It does appear they are all quite different strength wise.
I do like the 5ltr option mostly, so a forum is always a good place to ask so its not too much of a punt.
The Koch Chemis Tar and Glue remover "TEW"looks like an option. Anyone used it?
Bilt Hamber and Koch Chemie are the rising stars to the UK market, quality gear.
I've gone Power Maxed Tar Off and so far seems to be fine
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Old 07-07-2018, 09:48 PM   #28
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The only one issue I had with it is the spray head, at least on the 500ml bottle, is not suited to solvent sprays and will seize up after only one or two uses. I decanted mine into a more suitable spray bottle.
I have the tardis in a bottle with a chemical resistant trigger and gave no bother for several years
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I've gone Power Maxed Tar Off and so far seems to be fine
Taking a punt on the Power Maxed Tar off glue remover on good reports its good gear.
Found a place selling it much cheaper than others, blinding price.
Amazon only have it for £6 for 500ml.
Ordered 2ea £12 free delivery from EuroCarParts. Can't go wrong on that.
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In years gone by we used to remove tar with either Methylated Spirits or White Spirit, both of which are as cheap as chips............. I still use them today and it's never harmed any surface that I've put it on.
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