Recommended Decon Products

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Garage Therapy Decon Shampoo

Bilt Hamber Korrosol

Garage Therapy Tar & Glue Remover

CarPro Water Spot Remover

Bilt Hamber Auto-Clay Soft

Shampoo: Garage Therapy /ZERO: Decontamination Shampoo

This is quite a unique shampoo that is very potent. It’s designed to cleanse the paintwork and help remove old waxes and sealants. It’s a fantastic product that’s very foamy and has ridiculously good cleaning power.

I use this product before applying a new sealant or wax to my car or to prep the paintwork before polishing. It doesn’t replace the need to chemically and physically decontaminate the paintwork, but it does help to reduce the frequency that those steps would need to be performed. It can also be used as a clay lubricant.

Here is a link to Garage Therapy /Zero: Decontamination Shampoo

Iron Fallout Remover: Bilt Hamber Korrosol

This dissolves any iron particles that may have bound to the paint’s surface or alloys. It’s fast acting, and does an excellent job at removing stubborn embedded iron particles. It’s definitely one of the most cost effective fallout removers on the market and the quality is top notch. 

Here are links to Bilt Hamber Korrosol:

Tar Remover: Garage Therapy /ZERO: Tar Remover

Having used a number of tar removers I felt that they were mostly the same, however my opinion quickly changed after trying this product. It dissolves stubborn tar spots in a single hit (where most other products would probably need to be used 2-3 times) and removes most in under 30 seconds. If you’re looking for a powerful tar remover, it’s well worth having a look at this one.

Here is a link to Garage Therapy /ZERO: Tar Remover.

Water Spot Remover: CarPro Spotless

I find water spot removers very useful at reviving ceramic coated cars which are clogged with mineral deposits, and for deep cleaning glass. This one is very powerful and effective at both jobs.

Here is a link to CarPro Spotless

Clay Bar: Bilt Hamber Auto-Clay Soft

I like to use the soft clay because I find that it’s abrasive enough to remove contamination without causing excessive marring. Of course, there are risks that come with claying, and you may need to polish afterwards, depending on how soft your car’s paint is, but I think this is one of the safer clay bars you can go for.

Here are links to Bilt Hamber Soft Clay: