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How To Use Paint Polish and A Paint Polisher for LongLasting Shine

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HOW TO A CAR — PAINT POLISHING 101

polishing is one of the most significant and rightfully so. Healthy paint is the of a good-looking, well-detailed car, so a paint polisher and quality polish are critical. Detailers with swirl marks and paint-related problems more all other surface issues

BIRD BOMBS

Without a one of the most dreaded car care we face is the bird. Birds in the air are to watch fly, but vile to our finish. A bird’s droppings can cause damage to your

Bird droppings are very (pH 3.5 to 4.5). When bird fall on your paint, the begins to burn and etch the surface. The longer the bird remain, the greater the damage.

had bird bomb incidents my black Mazda Speed3 seagulls seem to think just a target) that created damage as deep as 1 to 2 To give you an idea of what means, notebook paper is 2 mils of thickness. Your paint is only 4 to 6 mils

The result of bird dropping is a dimple in the paint’s surface, as large as an inch or more in . This damage is permanent, but can be repaired.

REPAIRING BIRD DAMAGE

The only way to repair the caused by bird droppings is to the paint . You must use the paint to blend the surrounding paint, it down to the same level as the area. This may sound but it works very well. The concern is that you’re the paint thinner, so you must be not to polish all the way through to the primer. Do so, and have a more noticeable than the one the bird left

Any good paint polish can be to fix the damage with a fair of rubbing. I’ve found it’s better to start a fine polishing compound (a remover formula works too), followed by a good polish.

This diagram how the burn from a bird looks on the paint surface. In cases the burn won’t be deep, but you will see it on the surface of the Polishing helps to level the paint so the etch mark no shows.

PREVENTING BIRD DAMAGE

While it’s not possible to keep birds bombing your car with dirty little surprises, you can steps to limit the damage . The obvious protection is a car cover not while you’re driving!). To the damage when you get hit, you to remove the offending slime as as possible. Don’t wait. Get it off of car.

I’ve found the way to clean up after a bird is a good detailing spray or wash product and a microfiber towel. As I’m a clean car anyway, I keep a little kit in the trunk of my car. It holds a bottle of quick detailing a couple of towels, and my favorite and vinyl dressing. That’s all it for me to keep the car looking great. a bird gets me, I spray the droppings with a few shots of spray and wipe it off with the turning the towel as necessary to a clean wipe on the car.

Another way to protect your from bird damage is to your car waxed or sealed . your car is properly protected a wax or sealant, it makes cleanup easier.  The surface becomes with a protective coating when caught early the bird droppings will be a to remove.  Just catch it enough to avoid the potential While wax offers limited against a juicy attack, it cleanup much easier. You need to remove the mess as as possible.

CLEANING TAR, SAP

Summer is tar, sap and bug season. In the months, bugs are at full trees produce more and the heat softens the asphalt, tar balls on tires. While tar and sap can be difficult to remove, they do not a threat to your paint’s Bug stains, like bird are very acidic and represent a danger to the beauty of your and trim.

Removing Road Tar

As you your car is bombarded with specks of asphalt, tire grease and oils kicked up by the and trucks in front of you. on your car’s finish, petroleum-based contaminants will affix themselves to every surface. Soap-and-water washing do little to remove these black spots.

To remove tar, you need a solvent or detergent, like Stoner . Most commercial tar removers kerosene, mineral spirits or petroleum distillate combined lubricants to surround and buffer the tar from your paint. A modern solution for tar removal is clay . If the tar is extremely stubborn on painted surfaces, you can also use a cleaning polish, like Paintwork Cleansing Lotion .

Removing Tree Sap

Removing sap from a car’s finish is a bit difficult than removing tar or droppings . Incorrectly removing sap can scratch your paint. found that by hand the sap spots with mineral I’m able to easily the sap without damaging the finish. spirits acts as a solvent to up and dissolve the sap.

If there is a amount of sap on the car, or if the sap has been on the finish for an extended period of it can be a lot of work to remove. For these I discovered that going the affected areas with an compound, like Meguiar’s Cut Compound M105, removes the surface of the sap spots.


Then I can hit the sap the mineral spirits to remove it. The rubbing compound softens the sap so the spirits can do its job. The goal is to use the pressure possible, to reduce the of scratching or marring the paint.

removing heavy sap, I buff the treated areas a good paint polish, Meguiar’s Ultra Fine M205 to clean up any marks during hand rubbing solvent and bring the paint to a high gloss.   Your is now vulnerable from all of that The treated area must be or sealed.  My sealant of choice has been Wolfgang Deep Paint Sealant 3.0 .  The combination of and shine is nearly flawless.

Removing Insects (Darn little bugs!)

What’s the thing that goes a bug’s head when it your windshield? His rear of course! All joking aside, the collision of that juicy bug on your car’s beautiful and trim is far from one-sided. As the exoskeleton explodes, acidic are firmly embedded in the surface of car’s paint .

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Did you know shellac is a bug byproduct? Think of it, beautiful old antique table you is covered with dried bug (yuck!). Bug splats on your car to little more than mixed with nasty bug Any attempt to remove the calcified without the use of a special cleaning could result in scratched .

The secret to removing insect is to l oosen and dissolve them a solvent that will cut the shellac . Stoner Tarminator a great job for this scenario as For bugs with a little grip, agitate the paint a paint-safe insect sponge.

If you a particularly large bug mess, I discovered a trick that to work pretty well. If you use a cleaner, such as Pinnacle Cleansing Lotion. apply a dab to the offending bug splat. Next, the spot with a wadded-up Let it sit for a few minutes, then pinch up the and give it a soft wipe the back side of the tissue. The bug mess is gone.

After Tar, Sap Bugs

All of the chemicals to remove the aforementioned road also remove your wax or After removing tar, sap or plan to spot wax or re-wax vehicle. If you don’t have to wax right away, use a quick wax like Wolfgang Deep Spritz Sealant 3.0. products is great for touch-ups or a waxing after the weekly

REMOVING PAINT OXIDATION

unprotected and out in the elements, your paint will quickly . You won’t notice the damage a period of a month or two, but there. After a year in the without protection, your will be noticeably dull and

Paint oxidation is not the kiss of Light oxidation is easily through regular paint and polishing. Moderate oxidation can be repaired, but may require a cutting like Pinnacle Advanced Remover. Heavy oxidation, by a completely dull, chalky is likely beyond complete However, even heavily paint can be polished to bring shine if you start with a duty compound like XMT Duty Swirl Remover #4 Compound .

As with any form of damage, use the least abrasive necessary to get results . Even paint oxidation causes thinning. As you polish, the oxidized paint is quickly removed.

One that frequently appears in my is, My car’s clearcoat is flaking How do I repair it? Unfortunately, the only is to repaint the damaged body Once a clearcoat fails due to oxidation, it cannot be restored by . In this regard, solid paints are far more resilient.

Maintaining your car’s in perfect condition, especially if a daily driver, can be quite a

Bird bombs are a simple of life. Just be aware in addition to looking really they are very damaging to car’s paint. Take as soon as possible to remove droppings . If your paint is use a little polish to restore the

While tar, sap and bugs are not harmful to your paint bird droppings, if not removed, will deteriorate your paint finish. When washing does not remove the sap or bugs from your paint, use the methods described If your paint is damaged tar, sap and bugs, use a good to restore the finish .

Regular is the best way to remove water and swirl marks . Choose a polish, good tools, and be To keep spots to a minimum, try a detailing spray after you A good detailing spray wax or silicone for protection and gloss. The wax condition your paint and hard-water-deposit spot formation. To swirl marks to a minimum, sure you have good and dry tools, never wipe, rub or in circles (straight-line motions and be very careful with the use of and polishers.

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