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Old 13-04-2008, 10:08 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Russ and his BM View Post
Wow. This stuff is amazing. In the last 17 or so years I have been restoring classic cars I have used all sorts of degreasers, but this just blew me away when I cleaned my engine bay today. My daily-driver is a BMW E34 525i, 12 years old, and the engine bay has never been cleaned. I only had to spend half an hour and it's now spanking. The solution used neat is almost too powerful, and works even better when wetted with water. This is different to every other water-washable degreaser (Gunk/Jizer etc) that I have used. They go grey and lose their power, whereas with Surfex water merely increases the amount of degreaser working on the grime. (There's probably a scientific process going on here..) Dilutes about 5:1 it had awesome cutting power through all the crud.

Bl**dy well done lads, I will be buying a shed load more of this stuff!
Glad you like it, it bought my Alfa wheels up a treat the other day and it works superbly as a patio cleaner too. And environmentally friendly.

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Originally Posted by aceraf View Post
I think i need some of this, wanted to give my engine a clean and was looking for a good degreaser.

Where did you purchase it?
Either from us directly, or Elite or Pro Detailing, at the moment.

http://www.bilthamber.com/surfex-hd.html

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Originally Posted by Bigpikle View Post
Really like this stuff as well - use it at a 3-4% solution and it makes a great pre-soak before a wash, and doesnt strip your wax. A bit stronger and it a decent wheel cleaner....

AND CHEAP
Yup, and if you order our new Auto-foam, all other BH items can currently be had with no extra postage costs either.

http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...ad.php?t=65679


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