High foaming neutral pH balanced shampoo
Add a layer of protection to your vehicles existing ceramic coating
Can be used on uncoated vehicles
pH neutral SIO2 resin blend contains no waxes
Safely cleans and protects any exterior surface
Streak-free, rinses easily, your choice of scent
Small batch blended
Must be shaken well before use. Separation is normal
Cloak is the perfect shampoo to use in order to maintain your current ceramic coated vehicle or to add a protective coating on an uncoated vehicle. With a 25 percent resin-ceramic blend, Cloak works much differently than many of the ceramic based shampoos on the market. No only do you get extensive beading action, the water sheeting abilities due to the ingredient makeup is phenomenal.
Our super concentrated formula can be easily used through a foam gun or a standard bucket wash. Simply add 1-2 ounces of Cloak for every gallon of water to produce a thick bodied, ultra slick shampoo that rinses easily without leaving any streaks and produces actual protection you can see and feel.
How To Use: For vehicles that are uncoated, it is important to make sure that your vehicle is free of imbedded contamination before use. Trying to use this soap or any detail product that is meant to enhance the paint, will not provide exceptional results. If your vehicle is contaminated, it is important to remove the contamination using a clay bar or another like contamination remover.
For coated vehicles, simply add 1-2 ounces of Cloak for every gallon of water. Fill bucket up with high pressure hose to create a thick bodied solution. Cloak is so concentrated, you can typically get at least 2 bucket uses out of the same solution simply by refilling the bucket. Make sure you are using a grit guard insert to help protect any debris from transferring from the bucket onto wash mitt and then onto paint.
Wash vehicle using a quality wash mitt from top to bottom and then rinse with cool, clean water. We suggest using two different wash mitts when washing your vehicle. One mitt can be used for the upper portions of the vehicle while a second mitt can be used for the lower portions. This helps prevent contamination from being spread from the bottom of the vehicle to the top. This will also help prevent swirl marks and other defects that are created from improper washing habits.
- Never use a bucket that came in contact with silicone. Silicone is present in many tire shines and interior dressings. This silicone will greatly decrease the suds produced from your wash solution
- If washing vehicle in direct sunlight, wash the shaded side first and then rinse the surface. You can then turn the vehicle around and wash the other side that should now be located in the shade as well. This method also works excellent when conducting a multi-step correction detail
- More is not better when detailing with professional supplies. By using a measuring cup, 1 ounce pump dispenser or another measuring device, you will greatly save time and money.