This product is designed to be the best car polish period. It’s a formula that contains absolutely no silicone, wax or Teflon, and only uses the most advanced synthetic polymers to deliver a lasting shine. When used according to its label’s directions, this product provides the vehicle with a weather-resistant and durable shine. It’s also a product that chemically bonds to the surface of the automobile’s paint layer to fill in the swirl marks other car polishes leave behind. And probably best of all, it provides protection that doesn’t need to be reapplied for six months.
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A Guide To Polishing A Car
We’ve seen quite a few people wash and polish their cars, and in most instances, it goes pretty well. Most people have a general understanding of how to keep their vehicles looking good, so those are the people who probably won’t get much out of this guide. That’s because this guide is written for those people who are a little looser with polishing their car and need a little bit of help. And we’re here to offer that help. In this guide, we’re going to show everyone how to properly polish their car for the best results. Let’s get to it.
Park In A Shaded Area
The first thing that you should do before washing or polishing your car is to park it in a shaded area. Yes, you don’t want to even wash the car while it’s sitting in the sun because it can cause the soap to quickly dry. And this layer of dried soap will leave soap spots, dull the surface of the paint, or do both of those things. Therefore, it’s important to park it on a solid surface in the shade. And make sure that the place you park it is concrete or asphalt. You don’t want to wash your car while it’s sitting on grass or dirt, otherwise, you’ll have problems getting it clean.
Gather Your Supplies & Move Nonessential Items
The next thing you’ll want to do before washing and polishing your car is to remove everything from around the vehicle that you don’t want to get polish on. If you’ve polished your car before you know that the process can get downright messy, so it’s important to cover or move anything you don’t want wet or covered in polish. It’s also a good idea to keep kids and pets away from the vehicle while you’re washing and polishing it. And the final part of this step is to gather some of the items that you are going to need to get the job done. This includes the following list of items:
List Of Necessary Supplies
- Water Bucket
- 2-Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
- The Appropriate Polishing Pads
- Automotive Soap
- Car Polish
- Dry Towels
Rinse Your Vehicle
Now that the vehicle is parked in a shaded area on a level hard surface and all other things are away from it, it’s time to rinse down the entire car with a hose. Take your time with this step and make sure that you spray water all over the vehicle so that you can immediately start hand washing it in the next step. Using the hose, be sure to remove as much dirt, debris, and dead bugs from the vehicle as is possible. Also, make sure that you hose off any mud that may be clinging to the wheels.
Wash The Vehicle Thoroughly
The next thing you’ll want to do is to wash the vehicle. Fill up your bucket with the proper ratio of water and automotive soap and place a microfiber car cleaning cloth in it. When washing your car, always begin with the wheels before moving on to any other part of the vehicle. Rinse off the wheels before continuing with the rest of this step. When the tires and rims have been cleaned and rinsed, you’ll then want to change out your bucket of soapy water and get a new microfiber cleaning cloth for cleaning the rest of the car. Make sure that the automotive soap that you use for this process doesn’t have polish or wax in it because you’ll be adding that separately.
Prepare Your Polishing Pad
Now, it’s time to choose the right polishing pad for your polishing endeavors. Make sure that if you have a dark color car that you use a soft pad and if you have a lighter color car you use a firmer polishing pad. Once you’ve chosen the appropriate pad and one of the best car polishes available, it’s time to get everything set up. Make sure to get the pad wet and wring out any excess water. Now apply the compound too it. You’re now ready to start polishing.
Polish The Vehicle
Using your moist pad and polish, go over one body panel of the vehicle at a time. Make sure not to use too little or too much compound and turn on the polishing wheel. Gently apply it to the body of the car and move the wheel back and forth with steady pressure. Once each body panel is finished, move on to the next one. When the finish of the paint is bright, move on to the next section. All during the process, make sure that your polishing pad stays wet and that you add the polishing compound to it as needed. Once you have finished the entire vehicle, rinse it off again and allow it to dry. You can then wax it if desired. Congratulations, your vehicle is now clean, polished and looking good!