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Microfiber Towel Special Care Why are there paint surface scratches and swirls? A good fraction of these scratches and swirls are causes of poor quality towels you use on the car such as washing, drying, buffing or detailing. Paint is very soft and delicate via should handle with care to maintain its integrity. Quality towels are most essential and critical when it comes to your detailing work. Cheap towels can instill scratches and induce damages to your paint surfaces. After long hours of detailing the last thing you want is put your hard work to waste. Super plush, microfiber, and...

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FOAM PAD CARE Care For Foam Pads Foam pads must be properly cared for to prolong the life and the consistent performance.  Do keep in mind that like everything else they have a life expectancy and will diminish sooner with frequent or improper usage.  The following are the general rules to keep your foam pads long lasting and undamaged: Rotary or DA Orbital Buffing and Polishing Always check if the pad is clean before use. When using a new or dry pad, temper and prime the pad surface with detail spray and the polishing agent that you are working with,...

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CERAMIC COATING CARE Ceramic Coating Care Instructions A few basic maintenance steps to maximize coating performance and to ensure your investment is long lasting.  DO'S & DON'TS DO'S DON'TS Paid Wash Service 100% Hand Wash Automotive Brush Wash Self Wash PH neutral car wash soap. Avoid wash in sun to avoid streaking and water spotting. Coat Reconditioning Avoid abrasive products such as cleanser wax or polish. 350 gsm microfiber wash and dry Avoid use abrasive towels or rubbing/ aggressive wiping Wash in shade. THE CURING PROCESS During the curing process the coating is still soft and can be weakened. It...

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TINT CARE Tint Regulations Restrictions to how dark vehicle’s windows can be tinted varied by states and to where your car is registered. It is the owner’s responsibility to comply and stay current with the latest applicable automotive tint laws, www.iwfa.com. “During Curing” Maintenance Care Tint Installation Water pockets and a slight haziness appearance are a few of the common characteristics during the curing process. The solutions used for the installation requires some time to evaporate. Depending on the weather conditions and the type of films used, typically will take up to 30 days for the film to be completely cured....

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PPF CARE NOTE: Installed film must be left to cure for a period no less than 72 hours prior to being subjected to washing or other similar treatment. This will allow the pressure-sensitive adhesive to cure completely and for any application moisture to evaporate completely. After 72 hours period has elapsed, simply follow the care instructions below: Using a clean microfiber towel or chamois; we recommend that ONLY synthetic waxes be used to clean your PremiumShield film. Naturally occurring waxes (i.e. Carnauba) are not recommended. DO not use any colored wax resins (white or clear only). PRE-WASH Immediately wash away any...

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