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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    I was wondering D107 vs. D181 for Leather cleaning. I currently have D103 but I never used it on leather

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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by saturn2 View Post
    I was wondering D107 vs. D181 for Leather cleaning. I currently have D103 but I never used it on leather
    Since D181 Leather Cleaner is made specific to clean leather, in most cases it will be the better cleaner for leather, compared to D101, D103(discontinued), or the new D107. There may be some unique stains D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus may perform better at than D181 for leather, but again in general, D181 should be your go to for best performance.

    Also, if using for leather, remember to dilute D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus properly and spray directly onto your towel for application.

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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    Would this product effectively clean white letter tires without damaging powder coated wheels (not factory coated)?

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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

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    Would this product effectively clean white letter tires without damaging powder coated wheels (not factory coated)?
    White letter tires or white wall tires can be challenging to make look brand new. This product can be used, all purpose cleaner type products are often recommended for this task, like our D101 All Purpose Cleaner or M39 Heavy Duty Vinyl Cleaner. Either of the three should work equally effective for this task. Regarding the powercoated wheels, as long as you are rinsing wheel with water first, not spraying the D107 directly on wheel or allowing to dwell or dry on wheel, you should be fine to use the product to clean the tires.
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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    Another tip when you have concerns of one chemical getting onto a surrounding surface is to apply our D111 Shampoo Plus to the surface you would like to protect, then proceed to spray chemical on surface you are attempting to clean, rinse chemical, then rinse off D111. This is often performed in Car Wash/Reconditioning environments for engine cleaning. D111 Shampoo Plus will be applied to panels which surround engine for extra protection, engine is cleaned/de-greased, then D111 is rinsed off. Whether or not you want to take that extra time depends on the situation & sensitivity of surrounding surface, for power-coated wheels, & applying like we explained above, I do not feel necessary, but again, it's an option.
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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    Thanks so much Nick! I have always had good luck with the Citrus type cleaners as they don't seem to turn raw aluminum white like some other APC's. I was excited to purchase this product when I saw that Meguiars was introducing it on the forum. Would it potentially work OK on factory painted or coated wheels as a wheel cleaner?

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    Re: Meguiar's Professional D107 Citrus Power Cleaner Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by jburris11 View Post
    Thanks so much Nick! I have always had good luck with the Citrus type cleaners as they don't seem to turn raw aluminum white like some other APC's. I was excited to purchase this product when I saw that Meguiars was introducing it on the forum. Would it potentially work OK on factory painted or coated wheels as a wheel cleaner?
    Happy to help! And yes, it will work good on factory painted or coated wheels, provided you practice good wheel cleaning technique, one at a time, not spraying on a hot surface, not allowing to dry, rinsing thoroughly. However although it will work good, best performance for wheel cleaning is going to come from one of our dedicated wheel cleaners, within our pro line options would be D140 Wheel Brightener, D143 Non Acid Wheel & Tire Cleaner, or D1801 Wheel & Paint Iron Decon.
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