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    FAO Polishedbliss - Autosmart Tardis

    Just hold of some Tardis last week. I am going to give the bottom of the car a going over with Tardis since I have quiet a few tar spots on the sills and lower doors. I also noticed my alloys have quite a few on the inside of the wheels.

    Is Tardis safe to use on Alloys and if so would the adhesive weights not become loose since this is a Tar and Glue remover?
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    The limited exposure along the edges of the weight isn't enough to loosen the weights; never ever had this problem and we've done hundreds of cars in this way, so no need to worry at all. Wheels are painted in the same way as body panels, so Tardis is indeed perfectly safe for use on wheels.

 

 

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