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Koch Chemie Reactive Wheel Cleaner - 750ml

Koch Chemie Reactive Wheel Cleaner - 750ml

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Reactive Wheel Cleaner with Colour Change Function

Removing dirt from wheels is an essential part of the weekly maintenance wash to ensure the surface of the wheel remains perfectly unblemished. Baked on iron particles, the principle component of brake dust, can be particularly damaging if left in place.

Reactive Wheel Cleaner is a powerful yet pH-balanced wheel cleaner which disperses and dissolves stubborn dirt. It contains a specific reagent which changes colour on contact with iron particles, causes their surface area to contract and breaking the bond formed between the particle and the wheel.

Features & Benefits:

  • Acid-free formulation, safe for all wheel types
  • Performance indicator highlights harmful iron contamination
  • Works quickly on stubborn, baked on dirt
  • Contains gloss additives to leave wheels sparkling & clean

Directions for Use:

  • Ensure rims are cool to the touch
  • Spray product directly on to the surface of the wheel
  • Allow product to dwell for up to 3 minutes
  • Stubborn areas may require agitation with a wheel brush
  • For heavily soiled rims dwell time can be extended up to 10 minutes
  • Rinse thoroughly with cool, clean water

Made in Germany

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