Traffic Film Remover should really only be used on large vehicles which experience heavy usage such as coaches, buses, machinery such as tractors and other similar motors. TFR can be used on private cars but we would recommend steering well clear of the highly concentrated TFR unless you are requiring it for industrial uses.
These materials can be anything – even very heavy and notoriously difficult to remove substances such as tar, metals, iron and sulphur. The user must dilute the TFR to the correct concentration and add the solution to the pressure washer. This way, the solution will be sprayed evenly across the surface of the vehicle.
Little scrubbing is required after the solution has been sprayed and left because the chemicals break down the undesired materials so they are easy to clean off; in fact they often only need washing off with clean water. Despite the fast acting nature of the TFR and the way it breaks down tough dirt and grime, there is no damage caused to the vehicle, its paintwork or the materials of the car if the solution has been diluted correctly.
There are three terms when it comes to TFR and these are Ready To Use (RTU) Traffic Film Removers, Concentrates and Hyper Concentrates. Industrial use TFR will usually only involve the Hyper Concentrates and these MUST be diluted before being used and applied.