I've been wanting to test this wheel cleaner for quite a while now and this morning I did just that.
Kenotek is a Belgium company and virtually unknown here in the Uk. As Belgium makes good beer and chocolates
I thought that I would give it a go.
Not only is this wheel cleaner PH Neutral, but can also be used safely on paintwork. A reactive agent within this product turns purple when it starts to disolve iron fallout...just like Iron X.
So how good was this product, how easy was it to use and how much did it cost?.......
Unlike Iron X, this had a pleasant aroma and no vomit inducing effects...more of a pleasant citrus smell.
A small spray onto the wheels had a virtually instant effect....lots of purple started to seep within 30 seconds on the front wheels and 2 minutes on the rear wheels. After 5 minutes, no purple was running off and so I aggitated the alloys with a detailing brush, left it 1 further minute before rinsing it off.
I must add, that there was some baked on 'Black' on the inside rims before applying this wheel cleaner and after rinsing off, none was there.
To check the effectiveness of the Kenotech, I then sprayed another fallout remover (Raceglaze IronPro) onto the wheels....... No purple run out was produced as the Kenotek had done it's job 100%.
Would I use this product again?....It was certainly VERY effective and at £14.99 a LITRE, it represents good value for money. Especially as it can also be used on the car's paintwork and so little needs to be applied. I suspect that only the highest quality of chemicals is contained in this product. So, without hesitation, I would thoroughly recommend this versatile product.
I'll try and post some photo's shortly.