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Theres been a few reviews posted here already, but I'm also getting a good amount of messages from people wanting more info, mainly "what makes this different than >insert color change wheel cleaner name here<?"

Its the PLUS.

All color change wheel cleaners use an active acid ingredient. No way around that. If it turns reddish/purple when it contacts brake dust its the same active ingredient.

To balance out that acid most cleaners use an equivalent amount of alkaline content to make it 'balanced' or 'acid free'. We do the same, then we ratchet that alkaline content up even further to take it away from that neutral pH area.

This gives it the power to still dissolve metallics with the acid content, but at the same time the increased alkaline cleaners then attack oil, silicone, or just general contamination. The cleaner activates faster because its more concentrated and attacks both kinds of dirt at the same time.


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