Using a clay bar has been the traditional way of mechanically decontaminating a car’s paint, but for some time now there have been some other alternatives such as using a clay mitt or a clay pad. Meguiar’s sent me this product, the Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit, which I tried out and would like to share my thoughts. This kit includes Meguiar’s Hybrid Ceramic Detailer, as well as a synthetic clay pad and a microfiber towel.
Undrdog’s The Purps Iron and Fallout Remover does what it is supposed to do. After spraying it onto the car, the iron is worked loose from the car’s surface and allows you to rinse it off using water. It does the job well, and I don’t have any complaints about the product.
I’ve used Adam’s Iron Remover for almost a year now and have been pleased with the results I’ve had. I’ve used it on a number of vehicles ranging from a vehicle that has never had a chemical decontamination for more than a decade to a brand new vehicle. It does what its supposed to, which is to assist with removing ferrous (metallic) contaminants on your car’s paint.