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    Default purple rain or ironx

    Which one autobrite out of stock at the mo but is ironx just the same want to use it for wheels running out of bilberry wheel cleaner

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    They both do the same thing.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    They dont do the same job as your wheel cleaner though mate. There a fall out remover and only needed a couple of times a year.

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    But they do make easy work of wheels. However it is very costly.

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    Thanks lads think al buy some for occasional use and buy some more wheel cleaner

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    As said Iron-X is a very strong product that with regular use will destroy the lacquer on the wheels as it melts!! ion fillings and brake residue that is burnt on to the finished wheels.

    I use 6:1 diluted G101 from Autosmart when I don't have Bilberry to hand it's cheap and lasts forever!!

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    As said Iron-X is a very strong product that with regular use will destroy the lacquer on the wheels as it melts!! ion fillings and brake residue that is burnt on to the finished wheels.

    I use 6:1 diluted G101 from Autosmart when I don't have Bilberry to hand it's cheap and lasts forever!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Mc View Post
    As said Iron-X is a very strong product that with regular use will destroy the lacquer on the wheels as it melts!! ion fillings and brake residue that is burnt on to the finished wheels.

    I use 6:1 diluted G101 from Autosmart when I don't have Bilberry to hand it's cheap and lasts forever!!
    Have to agree that 101 is a great product, can be used for everything

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