Get your car showroom-ready, follow this 4-step process:
Frequent washing is critical to remove surface grit and contaminants that can damage the paint and leave scratches. Be sure to use an automotive wash and never household cleaners or dish soap - they can strip away wax and burn your paint. Work from the top down to ensure that you don't re-contaminate the area you just washed.
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Cleaning removes particles that have adhered to the paint, such as tree sap and tar. Start with the least abrasive product. If it doesn't correct the problem, then try a more abrasive cleaner. Avoid using too much pressure and grinding the defect into the finish.
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Polishing gives gloss and richness back to your paint, restoring the paint's natural oils and adding depth. Work a small section at a time, removing polish once it starts to haze up, taking care the polish doesn't dry completely and damage your paint.
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