HOW TO USE:
There are different types of contamination, in general, we can define them as everything that we cannot remove with a normal detergent.
Often the contaminations, at first glance, are not visible.
Yet, they can be found on the rims, on the bodywork and even on the car windows.
How can we recognize them?
On RIMS, ferrous contamination is easily identifiable: for example, after cleaning with a specific product, if dirt and black or dark brown dots remain between the spokes and on the rim channel, this is to be considered contamination.
On the BODYWORK, if the contamination is deep, the color of the car will appear dull and in the case of white cars, even after washing, you will continue to notice small dark brown dots.
If, on the other hand, after washing your car you seem not to see any dark spots, the contamination is not visible, but I invite you to give it a try: get some common disposable gloves, those used by the gas station or to do the shopping: wear them and gently “caress” the bodywork: you can easily perceive the rough surface to the touch: it is contamination! Maniac Line ™ Iron Remover removes iron oxide contamination, such as brake dust tenaciously anchored and the iron particles created by the friction that develops on the tracks of a railway or tram and by industrial and road pollution or a construction site.
Our advice is to use Iron Remover when the bodywork is dull or rough to the touch and when there are still dots or dark spots on the rims after washing. For a better job, a brush or a brush will be useful, depending on the surface to be treated.
Make sure you ALWAYS use the product in the shade and never on a hot surface.
Let it act for a few minutes, the tracer active ingredient will help you perceive the action of the product:
when it changes from colorless to dark purple, it will be time to rinse with an abundant jet of water.
We have worked to mitigate the typical smell of sulfur, very pungent produced by the chemical action of the product: but use it in an open or well ventilated place.
Do not use it on unpainted brake calipers: the active ingredient acts on the iron and the cast iron brake calipers are just an alloy of iron and steel. In case you happen to get black, rinse them immediately and don’t worry: nothing that can’t be solved with a polish.
I advise you not to dilute the product more than 1: 1 (1 part of product and 1 part of water).
Always work in the shade and after making sure that the surface is cold.
Decontamination circles in the presence of strong contamination we dispense the PURE product For a maintenance decontaminating action, 1 time every 3 washes, for example diluted 1: 1 (1 part of product and 1 part of water) Let it act for a few minutes, without ever let it dry on the surface. Its innovative formula is characterized by a particular active marker that reacts with the ferrous contaminating particles present on the rim, dissolving them.
While it acts, it assumes the characteristic purplish color that melts and at the same time deeply degreases the treated surface. The smell of sulfur is also characteristic: with this product the challenge was to cover it, making it more pleasant. Let’s help ourselves with a brush, or a soft bristle brush and make sure to remove the dirt in depth even between the spokes and in the most difficult to reach interstices.
Then proceed to rinse the rim with plenty of water and dry with a microfiber cloth. Its neutral pH formula, without acids, is safe and effective even on the most delicate surfaces.
So we can safely use it on steel, aluminum and light alloy rims but also painted, chromed or polished.
. Iron Remover also has an extraordinary cleaning action, a real 2 in 1 – cleans and decontaminates Body decontamination After washing and drying the car, always in the shade and never on a hot surface, we dispense the pure product, evenly, at a distance of about 40 cm.
Leave the product to act for about 3/5 minutes, we will see it act by dissolving and deeply purifying the treated surfaces. After a thorough rinsing with an abundant jet of water, the car will have a completely new look: believe me, all surfaces will be smooth to the touch and will appear brighter and more vividly colored. Furthermore, decontamination is an essential process if you want to apply on protective, since it promotes membership.
Wash the car in a shaded area and never in direct sunlight, to prevent the shampoo from drying out, which will stain.
If the car has been exposed to the sun or the bonnet is very hot, cool the surface with a jet of cold water.
It is the least dirty part and you will avoid dirtying the glove: washing will be faster.
In the first you will put the solution of water and shampoo, in the second only water to rinse frequently the sponge or glove: you will avoid scratching the bodywork.
You will not forget any part, the product will be very effective and will not dry: you will prevent stains and marks.
Clean the rims with a brush that can reach the most hidden points.
Contamination can come in various guises: limescale, tar and rust and it can only be removed with a specific product for every type of contamination.
When you have washed your wheels with the Wheel&Tire Cleaner and you realise that there is still some dirt on the wheel that you cannot remove, not even when brushing by hand: in this case, you are looking at rust which must be removed with Iron Remover.
Yes, this should always be done before applying a wax or protective treatment as it helps it adhere by removing rust particles from the surface.
When your car body is dull or rough to the touch and when there are dots or dark spots after washing.
Most of the time it is not visible: if you can’t see it, get a common plastic shopping bag, the disposable ones for example, and – with your hand inside it – wipe it over the bodywork: you’ll feel the rough bodywork underneath. What you are feeling is contamination.
If the contamination is extensive, it may also be visible on the bodywork: the colour of the car body will look dull and, for white cars, you will still see brown dots after washing.
To decontaminate your wheels, you will need a soft-bristle brush to reach the most hidden areas, for example between the spokes and the interstices, and a water jet for rinsing.
To decontaminate the bodywork, you just have to apply some of the product to the surface and wait for the colour to turn purple and then rinse.
No, because unpainted callipers are made from crude iron, an alloy of iron and lead. The product acts on iron and this could turn the callipers black, however they can be returned to their previous shine by using an abrasive paste. Therefore, take care when applying the product close to the brake calliper.
Iron Remover is ready to use and can be directly applied to wheels, the car body and windows in complete safety. 1:1 dilution (one part product to one part water) is recommended only for maintenance or light contamination.