Function: Impermeable coating for painted and glass surfaces
Surfaces: Paint, Glass & Chrome
Formulation: Silicon Dioxide
- Liquid glass 9H protection
- 10x harder than today's painted finishes
- Lasts up to 5 years Helps keep your vehicle cleaner - longer
- Anti-static formula helps repel dust
- Helps prevent scratches
- Fills small scratches and swirl marks
Solvent Based: Yes
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
1. Do not apply in direct sunlight. Application should be done in a well-lit area.
2. Car Brite recommends using multiple colored microfiber towels for this process to avoid risk of contamination or damage.
a. Your choice of color for compound & polish
b. We recommend white for the removal of silicone prior to the application as it will reveal any areas needing cleaning attention
c. A dedicated color for buffing the ceramic. This cloth must be disposed of after application is complete as tiny glass particles could cause scratching.
3. The first step with any ceramic coating is to prepare the surface by removing any scratches and surface contaminants.
a. After washing the vehicle, inspect for scratches and surface contaminants. Surface contaminants can be felt by gently wiping a piece of plastic film over the surface.
i. Remove scratches with Car Brite SELECT Painted Surface Care or Trilogy compounds and polishes.
ii. Remove surface contaminants with a Car Brite Surface Prep Mitt or clay bar.
4. Next, remove any wax, silicone or grease using isopropyl alcohol over entire surface to be coated.
5. Apply a small amount to the applicator block and apply to vehicle surface using a cross-hatch pattern to ensure adequate coverage. Make your initial application to a 2’ x 2’ area to understand dry time that typically takes 1-3 minutes. It’s important to keep the work area manageable and not allowing the product to completely dry on the surface.
6. When product begins to haze and feels tacky, wipe with black cloth. This helps to spread product evenly while removing excess.
7. Immediately buff area with a clean microfiber towel to a lustrous sine.
8. Then, continue this process until entire vehicle has been coated.