Ferrous Metal and Fallout Remover
Introducing Iron, a cutting-edge solution designed for the safe and efficient removal of embedded contaminants from painted surfaces of vehicles. This pH-neutral formula is specifically formulated to target harsh ferrous deposits such as rail dust and brake dust, which can cause harm to the paint surface over time if left untreated.
Iron features color-changing technology, which allows you to visually monitor the progress of the decontamination process and ensure that all contaminants are removed. Iron's unique formula contains special wetting agents that allow for a longer dwell time, resulting in superior removal of contaminants compared to similar products.
Iron is the first step in a two-part decontamination process, with the second step being the use of a Clay Mitt for mechanical decontamination. This two-step process is essential for preparing your vehicle for polishing and protecting, and is a must-have for any vehicle detailing routine. Whether you're a professional detailer or a DIY enthusiast, Iron is an essential product for achieving the best results in your vehicle detailing routine.
Avoid allowing it to dry on the surface.
Avoid applying in direct sunlight.
Wear skin protection.
Wear respiratory protection.
Wear eye protection.
Always test in a small area before full application.
1. For optimal results, first ensure the surface is clean, cool, and out of direct sunlight.
2. Spray Iron directly onto the surface and allow it to react with the contaminants for 3-5 minutes.
3. Keep Iron lubricated with mists of water to ensure it does not dry on the surface.
4. Thoroughly flush away all chemical residue with a strong stream of water, ensuring removal from all crevices.
5. For heavier decontamination, spray Iron onto the panel, work the Iron into the panel using a damp microfiber towel or wash mitt.
6. Repeat as necessary.
Generally, 1-2 vehicles from a 16oz bottle.
The frequency at which you should use an iron remover and ferrous metal remover depends on how often you drive your vehicle and the conditions you drive in. If you frequently drive on highways or in areas with heavy traffic, you may want to use the product every few months. If you rarely drive in these conditions, once or twice a year may be sufficient.
Yes! Iron is safe on all painted, plastic, glass, and chrome surfaces. Do not allow the product to dry and keep away from uncoated metals as it may cause staining.
An iron remover and ferrous metal remover is a detailing product designed to remove iron particles and ferrous metal contaminants from the surface of your vehicle. These particles can come from brake dust, rail dust, or other sources and can cause damage to your car's paint over time.