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Old 07-08-2014, 02:27 AM   #1
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I just got a clay kit to remove the rust colored industrial fallout specks on my white 2014 v6. There are just done areas where I'm not able to get like the space between the rear glass. I've heard of Iron X but I don't trust it between the main body and glass. Will my car start to prematurely rust if the fallout specks are left on? Thanks

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Old 07-08-2014, 06:43 AM   #2
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I don't think you need to worry about premature rust, however, I would do what I could to get that off as it doesn't look good on any car. Can you thin the clay bar to fit and carefully slide it back and forth? I know it's tight, but I would try to get that off.
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I don't think you need to worry about premature rust, however, I would do what I could to get that off as it doesn't look good on any car. Can you thin the clay bar to fit and carefully slide it back and forth? I know it's tight, but I would try to get that off.

Yeah I thought about doing that also. They're are just some spots under the glass where I can't reach


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Iron-X is safe, just make sure you follow the directions carefully, as with any product with solvents.

Make sure you do a thorough rinse/wash cycle after you use it and you'll be fine.
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Iron-X is safe, just make sure you follow the directions carefully, as with any product with solvents.



Make sure you do a thorough rinse/wash cycle after you use it and you'll be fine.

Alright thank you


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