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Old 30-05-2014, 07:15 PM   #11
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Just my weird sense of humour

Dr Who is a TV series that has a Tardis in it

I was refering to Autosmart Tardis
We knew mate. it was quite funny bud
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Old 31-05-2014, 02:59 PM   #12
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No harsh chemicals, very pleasant and safe to use. Just do not leave it long to dry.

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Does it use less harsh chemicals making it more pleasant to use? Also, is it less likely to damage my asphalt drive?
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Old 31-05-2014, 03:05 PM   #13
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Reaction is immediate, if a lot of asphalt there, you would have to repeat the process. Spray on, wait a little while, either pressure wash or use a microfiber, than you can repeat if necessary. Very pleasant to work with and very nice smell connected to main natural ingredient

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Ph neutral fantastic what's the reaction time like?
Wheel weights is more about removing the glue and you will need real harsh chemicals to melt it. Tar is to safely remove tar.

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Sounds great. How will it fair on the wheel weights glue?
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Old 21-06-2014, 02:21 PM   #14
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Here's some Tar action on a trackday car:

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Old 30-08-2014, 09:53 PM   #15
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Used this for the first time today, was pretty impressed.

Used on a car never detailed before and washed not that often. Tar spotting wasn't horrendous but well bonded. Reaction time as pretty quick, and after being left to dwell a short time, I primed a MF pad with product and wiped down the panel to remove all traces.

Followed up with clay that picked up very little at all. Even tried it on unpainted plastics leaving it to dwell for a few minutes with no adverse affect. Not something I'd do with tardis

Smelt pretty decent too

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Old 31-08-2014, 10:53 AM   #16
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I'm having very big problems with this .

As a long time user of Gyeon products and being very happy with them so far especially as the price is comparable with other manufacturers .

Now we have this Q2M Tar .

Auto smart Tardis is (I think) the go to de-tarrer and works out at about 4 per ltr .

The Gyeon Q2M Tar works out at about 22 per ltr (if my maths is correct).

What makes this 18 better ????
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There are a pretty many of properly working tar removers on the market, some of them are far cheaper than our Q清 Tar. But there are few aspects, that take much effort and funds to achieve:
- Q清 Tar is probably the first and only tar remover that smells really nice and without any odours - this is due its main, expensive ingredient - D-Limonene; Try it!
- Q清 Tar is very safe for your health, apart of little light petroleum used, it is naturaly based product. It doesnt make you stifle - that's also unusual;
- It is highly effective and efficient, works very well and you do not need a lot of product to be applied.
- It wont remove your protective transparent film or any stickers from the bodywork;
- It wont strip chrome or paint on worn parts in older cars
- Q清 Tar will not affect your coating - thats also very important, when you hit fresh tarmac on a newly repaired B-road with a one-week-old coating on it!
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Thanks for your in depth reply although I'm a bit confused with statements like "smells nice with no odours " .

A quick look around at prices of equivalent products leads me to believe that Tardis is seriously underpriced in comparison rather than your product overpriced .

I sincerely hope Autosmart do not rectify this discrepancy anytime soon.
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One thing I would say about tardis is it works well. Something that would make you think of a more industrial use product as I've had it stain black plastics before it's had any time to dry

It also eats through my latex type gloves considerably quicker than any other tar and glue remover I've used.
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Now I'm even more confused !

Although its cheaper by a significant amount it works better (melts gloves)?
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