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Old 04-12-2012, 12:53 PM   #156
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Originally Posted by Kean View Post
....to clarify, it helps remove above surface contamination. For embedded material (i.e. ferrous contamination causing re-occurring rust blooms), a decontamination product like Valugard ABC is more effective for dissolving and/or dislodging that type of material.
Iron cut seems to be the latest craze. Never tried it myself and all my waxes last a very long time, but i'm usually working with new paint that i've already polished.

Off that topic OP, or anyone else for that matter... don't forget that an IPA wipedown is always a good idea to get that paint squeaky clean before applying your wax or sealant. It just gives it an extra clean surface to stick to.

I do a 50/50 mix with literally 2 drops of dish soap and that's using a pretty big spray bottle... like a windex sized bottle. Even 1 drop would likely be plenty.
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