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Greenway's Synthesize All In One

$8.99

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  • One of the most unique all in one paint creams on the market

  • Correction, polishing, waxing, and paint sealant in one step

  • Creates ultra-smooth and slick surface

  • Removes swirl marks and light scratches

  • Polishes fine streaks and holograms

  • Creates a "wet" look with excellent depth

  • Use with forced rotation, rotary, or a dual-action machine

 

 

Greenway's Synthesize is ideal for "dial" in paint that needs mild TLC. In our opinion, many one-step products are too aggressive for "sensitive paints." When removing the more apparent defects, even the mildest polishing pad can create holograms and swirl marks. You can use Synthesize specifically on vehicles that need mild correcting and polishing while adding wax and sealant to the surface.

Synthesize is the perfect combination of chemicals to leave an ideally-looking finish even on the "softest" paints. Many detailers struggle to "finish out" a vehicle without micro-marring the paint. The detailer creates a frustrating situation, where they continuously change the buffing pad, polishing agent, and machine speed to perfect the paint. The paint rarely gets perfected, and a glaze or other filling agent masks the marring. Synthesize belongs in every detailer's arsenal, especially if running a business or vehicle falls into the "soft" paint category. While it is challenging to name each manufacturer that produces "soft" paint, it often varies by its vehicle color and place of assembly.

While Synthesize does contain wax and sealant that can "fill" the paint, the remarkably mild correcting and polishing abrasives will help micro-marring without masking it. A wax's longevity pales compared to a sealant's, turning many users away from waxes. However, sealants usually cannot create the look a quality carnauba wax can. Our Synthesize solves that issue by combining both products into an easy-to-use, all-in-one formula. 

Example: A "hard" paint is typically tough to correct the significant defects but easy for the surface's final finessing. A "soft" paint generally is more comfortable to correct substantial defects, but obtaining the perfect finish is the most challenging task for most detailers. This reason alone is why it is vital to keep a variety of exterior correction products on hand at all times.

 

How to Use:

The most crucial step of the detailing process is to start with a clean surface. Before using Synthesize, remove any insect residue, tar, and paint contamination using a clay process or fallout remover.

Apply a small amount of product onto a foam pad, and slowly work Synthesize into the painted surface with the machine. Doing so will help avoid any product cling. If you are an experienced detailer, you may slowly accelerate the machine right away without any product sling.

Work the product until it becomes nearly invisible. Many auto detailers rush this step. If you do not work the product thoroughly, you will not allow the product's abrasives to diminish completely.

Wipe the area with a soft microfiber towel. Check your work and proceed to the next panel if the pad and product combination produce desired results. You can always switch to a more aggressive foam if necessary. Always start with the least aggressive pad and work up the pad aggressiveness level. Working up the aggressiveness level is especially true for the enthusiast detailer who does not have the experience to quickly choose the correct pad and product combination.

 

Car Detailing Tech Tip:

  • Always work in small sections.
  • Ultimately work product until nearly invisible.
  • Always use a dedicated microfiber towel to ensure no marring is placed back onto the surface after being removed from the buffing stage.
  • Use a quick detailer such as Wipe Away to aid in the removal of excess product.
  • Just because you do not see any product on your buffing pad does not mean it is not present. A mist of detail spray held approximately 10 inches away from the pad will release any product remaining inside it. Removing the remaining product helps prevent product overload.
  • Keep pad clean by using a pad cleaning tool frequently to avoid the buildup of product.
  • "Dry buffing" can easily be felt and seen when matching becomes unstable on a painted panel. More product is needed to replace the lubrication barrier between the buffing pad and the painted surface.

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