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Old 15-09-2017, 03:43 PM   #1
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Product Review No more rusty discs when washing! BH test

Well today was the day I finally got to test this product. Currently still under development it's described as a 'water borne contact corrosion inhibitor (migratory)'.

Diluted it down to 5% in a water sprayer bottle and lightly misted onto the drivers side discs. It seemed to land on the discs in bubbles however this was probably my sprayer. I then proceeded to clean my wheels using valet pro Bilberry.

I then rinsed my wheels using filtered water from a vessel. And here are the results which I think speak for themselves.

It's a very simple product and very economical with the
Dilution ratio.

And after a short drive you can guess which side was alot cleaner.

Would I like to see this product in production? Definitely. Yes you can drive on and off you're drive but it's a chore.

Simple, brilliant product from bilt hamber
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Old 15-09-2017, 04:35 PM   #2
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That's looking good.
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Look's awesome buddy something else i'll have to buy lol
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madness, this is the one thing that annoys most detailers surely? Also the rust throw up as soon as you drive off surely serves to soil your wheels quicker than if using this. Brilliant, another masterpiece from the guys at BH
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Does it remove existing rust or just prevent new stuff from forming?
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That could be worth a go. It certainly seems to work. So could be another product to go on the shelf.

Well done BH
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Does it remove existing rust or just prevent new stuff from forming?
Firstly thanks for the great review Citygo!

Product is best used AFTER washing, it can be sprayed over the wheels and brakes plus it should be used over the entire under carriage after washing. During winter it will neutralize road salt and and stop rust forming. Even at 1-2 % in water this is effective. The inhibitors create a molecular shield that creep over and migrate to protect surfaces not even touched by the liquid. We think i'ts going to be a very useful post wash treatment - it can be applied by pump spray, trigger spray or power washer.
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Firstly thanks for the great review Citygo!

Product is best used AFTER washing, it can be sprayed over the wheels and brakes plus it should be used over the entire under carriage after washing. During winter it will neutralize road salt and and stop rust forming. Even at 1-2 % in water this is effective. The inhibitors create a molecular shield that creep over and migrate to protect surfaces not even touched by the liquid. We think i'ts going to be a very useful post wash treatment - it can be applied by pump spray, trigger spray or power washer.
How quick can you get this out for sale? This is something I've been after for ages and will finally mean I don't have to shunt the car up and down the drive for ages and ages drying the brakes off

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How quick can you get this out for sale? This is something I've been after for ages and will finally mean I don't have to shunt the car up and down the drive for ages and ages drying the brakes off

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Now that looks very interesting and I'd definitely be interested in purchasing.

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