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    Re: The Car Insurance Analogy for using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips

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    Re: The Car Insurance Analogy for using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips

    I can only imagine how bad my Mk5 GTI will be bad after I detail my Miata first. I’ve always kept it fairly clean but it’s been a number of years since it’s been polished and has never seen Iron-X or an equivalent in almost 14 years/158k. It has been clay’d quite a bit, but we’ll see! I run Carbotech XP-8 brake pads up front now which dust like hell, so that’ll add to it.

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    Re: The Car Insurance Analogy for using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips

    Using an iron remover is like buying car insurance, you want to have it but you don't really want to use it because that means you were in an accident and this is never any fun. That said, it's important to have car insurance for financial, physical and emotional peace of mind just in case you are involved in an accident.When you use an iron remover, you don't actually want to see iron contamination via the very visual bleeding-effect as this means your car's exterior is contaminated. Contamination means deterioration has been taking place. That's never a good thing and especially considering how thin clearcoat layer of paint is from the factory.

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    The Car Insurance Analogy for using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips

    Listen Iím new here, what exactly does Iron removing do, or how do you know if you need it?

    Example our truck is 2018
    Durango, I donít see anything on paint. How do I know if I even need iron remover man.

    Iíll get some if I need some but I donít know how to even tell.

    Question guys, what if iron removers stain any outside delicate trims?

    Like glass, clear coated mirrors, door seal silicone, plastics, etc?


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    Re: The Car Insurance Analogy for using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips

    It goes without saying, that the using an Iron Remover by Mike Phillips is just the wasting time and money, but I can't say the same about the insurance. I say so, because I can make money with the help of my car and save a lot on insurance. Personally, I did so, I bought a Toyota Prius for 12k and then collected the necessary documents to be able to get private hire taxi insurance, as it is much cheaper than having a standard insurance. For example, sometimes now I work in Uber to earn money, and pay a little for insurance (I only pay 800 a year for the Toyota Prius using insurance services of that company).

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