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Standard Non-Caustic TFR | IRTS
Standard Non-Caustic T.F.R. is a non-caustic alkaline cleaner designed for the use of routine cleaning of all types of decorative paintwork.
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Standard Non-Caustic T.F.R. is designed to clean and remove traffic film from all types of vehicle exteriors without damaging paintwork. It can also be used for the removal of light oil from industrial machinery.

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