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Old 14-02-2014, 01:34 PM   #11
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I apologise buddy i read your comment as….. Entirely, depends on your car's condition


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Entirely depends on your car's condition, but as stated they serve different purposes -

CP for dirt, Oblitarate for Tar and Iron out for fallout - use them in that sequence if you need to.
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No need to apologise mate.
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Old 14-02-2014, 02:01 PM   #13
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Depending on how bad things are some steps might not be needed but ideally you want to be:

Wash wheels
Iron Out on wheels
Rinse
Tar remover on wheels
Rinse

Then onto the body
Pre wash
Rinse
Wash 2bm
Rinse
Go round with Tar remover
Leave to dwelll then wipe over with mf towel
Rinse
Fall out remover
Leave to dwell then rinse
Clay the whole car
Rinse and or re wash
Dry

Then its onto polishing and LSP.

Your original OP reads like you would use the 3 products as a pre wash stage to me, but the tar and fallout come much later.

If you fall out on your dirty paint it will be a waste of product as it will react with dirt, not real contaminants that are bonded.
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Old 14-02-2014, 04:05 PM   #14
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I didn't realise using the tar and fall out remover on a dirty car would render the effects faulty thanks for letting me know


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Depending on how bad things are some steps might not be needed but ideally you want to be:

Wash wheels
Iron Out on wheels
Rinse
Tar remover on wheels
Rinse

Then onto the body
Pre wash
Rinse
Wash 2bm
Rinse
Go round with Tar remover
Leave to dwelll then wipe over with mf towel
Rinse
Fall out remover
Leave to dwell then rinse
Clay the whole car
Rinse and or re wash
Dry

Then its onto polishing and LSP.

Your original OP reads like you would use the 3 products as a pre wash stage to me, but the tar and fallout come much later.

If you fall out on your dirty paint it will be a waste of product as it will react with dirt, not real contaminants that are bonded.
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Old 14-02-2014, 04:14 PM   #15
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Not faulty as such, just not as concentrated or effective as if it was on clean paintwork.

And as said previously tar and fall out removers will strip wax so shouldnt be used as pre wash all the time.

Maybe tar remover to treat discreat areas and then top up wax and fall out remover few times a year during a full decontaminate, polish and seal
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Old 16-02-2014, 10:53 PM   #17
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Thank you very much, appreciate your message massively

Had a great day and received plenty of products to keep my car clean


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