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Using Detailing Spray

Using Detailing Spray

Posted in NEWS AND UPDATES by Autobrite on July 04th 2019
Car detailing spray is one of the most versatile products to have in a car detailers tool kit and there are a variety of techniques to using it. Autobrite’s car detailing spray is easy to use and if you follow these tips, it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or experienced – you will get fantastic results!

Give Wax A Boost

Car detailing spray is an excellent wax booster, just spray the product onto your freshly washed vehicle. There’s no need to dry your vehicle first, just spray onto the vehicles paint then wipe away using a microfibre cloth to rub in the spray and dry the car simultaneously. Doing this will add shine to your car and is particularly good if you don’t have time for a full wax job, or if a previous one is still in place but need refreshing.

As A Clay Lubricant

When using an auto detailing clay, one of the first steps is to provide lubrication for the clay, in order to reduce skid marks when applying the clay, giving a smooth and uniformed finish. Using car detailing spray as the lubricant will help the clay to glide effortlessly over the paint and give a boost to the shine.

Prime the Pads

When using a polishing machine, car detailing spray can be used to prime the polishing pad helping to ensure that the compound you’re using spreads more evenly across. First, apply your chosen compound, spray on a little detailing spray and it will also help to prevent the pad from absorbing all of the solution meaning you use less and get the same outstanding results.

As a Quick Fix

For those who always want to maintain a pristine look, we recommend keeping car detailing spray and a microfibre cloth in the glove box, so that if any smudges, dust or fingerprint appear when you’re away from home, you can quickly remove them. Car detailing spray can be used on both paint, chrome, glass and plastic so you can easily remove debris from all areas of the car.


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