1. Perform a test spot on the paint or interior to ensure the area is not affected.
2. On the exterior, use out of direct sunlight and avoid hot painted surfaces. Do not allow to dry.
3. On the interior, agitate with a brush or scrub pad and immediately wipe clean. Do not allow to dry.
4. Once the stain is removed, protect the surface with Mousse (plastic, leather, vinyl) or fabric guard (carpet, cloth, alcantara)
A: It most cases, it will not remove coatings, but this is 100% dependant on the quality and age of the coating.Q: What tool should I use to clean with Titan 12?
A: Depends on what is being cleaned. If being used on suspension, then the use of brushes and mitts are beneficial.Q: Can Titan 12 remove scratches or etching?
A: No. You will need an abrasive to remove scratches and etching.Q: Does Titan 12 clean tree sap?
A: Yes it can, but it depends on the type of tree sap. Try Titan 12 first, then try a solvent if unsuccessful.Q: Can I use Titan 12 on windows?
A: No.Q: Is Titan 12 safe to use on Matte or Vinyl Finishes?
A: Yes, if an oil based stain is located in this area.Q: Is Titan 12 safe to use on soft or single stage paint?
A: Yes, if an oil based stain is located in this area. Avoid working on hot paint or in direct sunlight. Do not allow Titan 12 to sit for more than 1 minute on single-stage paint.
works great on wheel wells and very good on engine bays would recommend highly.
It’s the best product I’ve ever used to cut grease that builds up on the engine. I’ve also used it on extremely grimy rims. It’s name fits, the Titan of degreasers.
I’ve been using this not just on the car but also to restore antique vintage fishing lures. It cuts through the old nasty gunked up grease quickly and safely. Titan 12 and a toothbrush are a permanent fixture on my workbench