Lowejackson Posted October 29, 2015 Share Posted October 29, 2015 Been playing with FerreX today. I did not intend to test how safe it was to let it dry but for various reasons this is exactly what I did. It is very reassuring my negligence does not result in damaged paint. I could have just rinsed off the dried FerreX but instead sprayed some ONR (QD dilution) to see how they reacted. Interestingly if the mixture was agitated with a soft brush the result was a thin layer of soap like lather. No idea what this means but it did feel as if the surface was lubricated and was easily removed by rinsing. Just a side note, the instructions say FerreX will remove tar. Following the instructions of spraying and waiting 2 minutes did not really do very much to remove tar. Leaving the liquid on the surface for 5 minutes did remove the tar. The next time I find some tar I will try using ONR after FerreX to see if that makes any difference I like FerreX, the ability to use a paint safe product is extremely useful i.e. it saved my paint today but the trade off is this product takes a little longer than some other products. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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