|09-24-2012 05:31 AM|
|DEREKC||I would probably recommend doing the full detail. Iron-X, clay, wash, polish, wash, wax or seal. That being said, I think that the Iron-X should dissolve most of the metal particles.|
|09-23-2012 11:25 PM|
|Hannah26||That's great! Thanks heaps. Will just a wash, iron x and a really good rinse do the trick or will I need to do something over the car after?|
|09-23-2012 06:43 PM|
Did a quick search and found the following.
|09-23-2012 06:34 PM|
|Hannah26||Have looked into iron x, but am struggling to find anywhere that will ship to Australia|
|09-23-2012 06:04 PM|
|DEREKC||Get yourself some Iron-X.|
|09-23-2012 06:42 AM|
No, I'm far from any industrial areas.. Just doesn't seem right!
Any ideas on how quickly this needs to be fixed before permanent damage occurs?
|09-23-2012 06:32 AM|
|doublej||Parking anywhere where they are media blasting?|
|09-23-2012 05:45 AM|
I've got the same problem with my titanium. Picked it up in may and noticed a small yellow dot on the bonnet, thought nothing of it and it was dirty. It's gotten worse and worse. I've tried washing it well and continue to at least once a week. I've compiled photos and professional opinions from panel beaters. They have since been sent off to ford and am now waiting to hear back.
Much the same, not by train tracks or anything to compromise the paint work however the car was transported from Sydney to Adelaide where I picked it up. I am sure it is brake dust that has settled. After the car arrived in Adelaide it was three weeks until I picked it up.
Any luck with yours?
|06-29-2012 10:02 AM|
|TitaniumFred||How long did it take?|
|06-06-2012 09:07 AM|
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