THE FOUNDATION OF PERFECTION
Prepping reveals completely clean, bare paint and protects delicate surfaces guaranteeing the best possible results with subsequent steps. Things like above-surface contaminants and old wax or sealant residue can drastically effect results in paint correction or future wax or sealant application. Performing a few quick prep steps will assure full performance from products used later and reduce clean up time.
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Use Iron & Fallout Remover to prep the surface by removing the heaviest, most harmful contaminants and ferrous metal particles, making the decontamination process safer and more effective.
When using any surface prep clay product move in short passes and use a cross-hatch pattern for uniform, thorough results. Always work from the top down, cleaning the most contaminated surfaces last.
When using any surface prep clay product don't be worried about spending time drying the Speed Shine® to a streak free finish on every panel. If you're going to be correcting and/or waxing the paint later those processes will remove any streaks left behind.
Always work on a cool surface and apply very little to no pressure. Let the technology do the work.
Most of the loosened contaminants are flushed away in the lubricant, but it is wise to spray the polymer/clay matrix with lubricant and wipe it clean with a microfiber towel every other panel or so. More often if the paint is especially contaminated.
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