What is it:
Taken from the Autoglym website description of the product; Your vehicle is under constant attack from airborne contaminants. Many of these are tiny particles of iron that appear as specks on paintwork and brake dust on wheels, dulling their shine. The active ingredients in Magma turn red as they react with these iron particles to safely loosen them from the surface to be easily rinsed away.
How we Tested it:
We were sent a 500ml bottle of Magma by Autoglym to put to the test. We have used it as part of the decontamination process on two vehicles both on bodywork and wheels and observed the effectiveness of contaminant removal and place for the product.
We Didn't like:
After the launch of Liquid Clay to the Professional range, it made sense that a home user fallout remover was launched by Autoglym and alas we have Magma. Whilst varying slightly from Liquid Clay it retains much of what works well for the mass market - primarily the enjoyment of use in terms of smell and outright performance as a fallout remover. Whilst not the most economical product to use, it is well priced in the fallout market and with good branding and a quirky name, we can see this selling well.