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DeCon Pro is the specialty color-changing gel that removes stubborn brake dust, iron deposits, and other embedded metallic contamination from wheels and body panels before they can destroy your car!
Use This To:
Deep Clean Your Wheels
Powerful brakes on modern cars spit out large amounts of hot, corrosive, and filthy brake dust all over wheels, brake parts, and lower body panels. The hot iron particles embed into the surfaces, causing a chemical reaction that leads to rust, scratches, and swirls, and cannot be fully removed by normal car washing techniques.
Prolong the Life of Your Ride
DeCon Pro releases iron deposits and other ferrous metal from wheels and lower body panels, then neutralizes the corrosive chemical reaction that leads to rust and paint failure. DeCon Pro sprays on clear, then turns purple once the specialty iron catalysts react with ferrous metals and the chemical reaction releases embedded contamination so you know when to remove it.
Spray down painted panels, wheel parts, glass, and windows with DeCon Pro
Let DeCon Pro dwell for a few minutes; a chemical reaction will turn the clear solution purple once the iron particles have been released. Never let DeCon Pro dry completely on the surface. Rinse away the DeCon Pro residue with a sharp stream of water. Continue the full detailing service with clay bar decontamination service, polishing (if desired), then seal the vehicle with desired coatings, glazes, sealants, or waxes
|Ingredient INCI Name||Ingredient CAS Number||Ingredient Category||Ingredient Function|
|Ethylene Glycol Butyl||111-76-2||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Cleaner|
|Sodium (c10-16) benzenesulfonate||68081-81-2||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Surfactant|
|Thioglycolic Acid||68-11-1||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Cleaner|
|Ammonium Bifluoride||1341-49-7||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Cleaner|
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for this product can be downloaded from our website. Please note that OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard has different disclosure requirements than California's "Cleaning Products Right to Know Act of 2017." Therefore, information listed in Section 3 of the SDS may not exactly match the information in this disclosure.