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Old 04-02-2018, 06:19 PM   #1
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Iron filings in paint

Noticed Iíve picked up a few iron filings from somewhere on the bonnet of all places. Iíd literally just used the last of my iron-x on the wheels so itís had to stay put for the time being. Planning a huge decontamination - polish - wax once the weather sorts itself out but looking to stick up in a few bits in the meantime.

Is iron x still the go to for this kind of thing or are there better products out there these days?

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Old 04-02-2018, 06:58 PM   #2
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Noticed Iíve picked up a few iron filings from somewhere on the bonnet of all places. Iíd literally just used the last of my iron-x on the wheels so itís had to stay put for the time being. Planning a huge decontamination - polish - wax once the weather sorts itself out but looking to stick up in a few bits in the meantime.

Is iron x still the go to for this kind of thing or are there better products out there these days?

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BH Korrosol and Carchem Revolt are my go to

Ive recently tried KKD Ferrum and its also very good.

Much cheaper than Iron X - can get the lot in 1L quantities for less than a 500ml bottle of Iron X would cost you
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Old 04-02-2018, 07:31 PM   #3
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Noticed Iíve picked up a few iron filings from somewhere on the bonnet of all places. Iíd literally just used the last of my iron-x on the wheels so itís had to stay put for the time being. Planning a huge decontamination - polish - wax once the weather sorts itself out but looking to stick up in a few bits in the meantime.

Is iron x still the go to for this kind of thing or are there better products out there these days?

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Just stick with iron x great product
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Old 05-02-2018, 07:29 AM   #4
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IronX never fails me yet so no reason for me to try other brands.
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Old 05-02-2018, 09:41 AM   #5
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IronX never fails me yet so no reason for me to try other brands.


Apart from the same performance from other brands at 1/2 the price....

If I crapped money Iíd use it exclusively too, but I donít unfortunately.


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Old 05-02-2018, 09:56 AM   #6
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Noticed Iíve picked up a few iron filings from somewhere on the bonnet of all places. Iíd literally just used the last of my iron-x on the wheels so itís had to stay put for the time being. Planning a huge decontamination - polish - wax once the weather sorts itself out but looking to stick up in a few bits in the meantime.

Is iron x still the go to for this kind of thing or are there better products out there these days?

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IronX still does what it does well, but there is arguably better value available now. BH Korrosol is worth a look if you don't like the typical smell that comes with these sorts of products, as they have masked it well.
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Old 05-02-2018, 11:08 AM   #7
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High Definition Detailing Ferrous Ferric is worth a look
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BH Korrosol is a good product.
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+1 for BH Korrosol or even BH Auto-wheels as both are safe for paint. BHAW has a little more 'cling' so is good for side panels as it doesn't run off quite so quickly.

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