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moonstone

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I just use snowfoam but have been seeing more and more professional detailers using TFR in a pump sprayer. I’m tempted to give it a go.
 

Grunty-Motor

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I've used BH Surfex in a pump sprayer as a "TFR" and am currently using BH Touchless in the same way. Cant say i notice any difference between the two. Never used a proprietary TFR though.

By caustic, do you mean in relation to wax or ceramic? Certainly need to check on the former, not so much on the later
 

boba fett

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I've used BH Surfex in a pump sprayer as a "TFR" and am currently using BH Touchless in the same way. Cant say i notice any difference between the two. Never used a proprietary TFR though.

By caustic, do you mean in relation to wax or ceramic? Certainly need to check on the former, not so much on the later

That's what I use as well BH Surfex I mean. Seems to do a good job!
 

Senna11

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Went to the local leather interior chaps as needed some seats repaired and they use 50:50 TFR to remove shine from leather and to clean it.
 

Senna11

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I've used BH Surfex in a pump sprayer as a "TFR" and am currently using BH Touchless in the same way. Cant say i notice any difference between the two. Never used a proprietary TFR though.

By caustic, do you mean in relation to wax or ceramic? Certainly need to check on the former, not so much on the later
Caustic removes wax. What mix do you use with Surfex?
 
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