Common Contaminants and Removal Methods - Iron Powder
Before removing the iron powder, we recommend to clean the surface of the work. This can avoid wasting too much iron remover. When spraying the chemical, we suggest applying a small amount of spraying to determine whether there is iron powder attached by visually observing the color change. Generally speaking, the level of surface iron powder contamination is more likely than the vertical surface. The following figure shows the discoloration effect caused by the reaction of the agent with the iron powder contaminants after the iron powder remover is sprayed.
Wheels are also the most common iron powder disaster areas. The more serious iron powder contamination sites can be treated with paste-like iron powder remover. These agents have higher viscosity and can adhere for a longer time, and continue to function, saving raw materials at the same time. Improve work efficiency.
When working, you can use details such as brush, ultra-fiber cloth, waxed cotton on super fiber or tire brush to help improve work efficiency and ensure every detail is well cleaned.
Rinse with clean water as soon as possible after cleaning to avoid residual dryness on the surface.