Greenway's All In One
An outstanding All In One product that provides months of protection
Correction, polishing, and sealing the paint in one easy step
Creates an ultra-smooth and slick surface
Removes swirl marks and light scratches
Polishes fine streaks and holograms
Produces a wet look with excellent depth
Use with forced rotation, rotary, or dual action machine.
Greenway's All In One is slightly more aggressive than our Synthesize All In One. All In One is an excellent choice when completing a detail on a vehicle that needs mild to moderate TLC. Fortified with a polymer for extended protection, Greenway's All In One does not contain any wax. Too many one-step products on the market are too aggressive for "sensitive paints," Even with the mildest polishing pad, holograms and swirl marks can be created when attempting to remove the more apparent defects.
This product should be used explicitly on those vehicles with mild to moderate correcting and polishing while adding a sealant to the surface. All In One is the perfect combination of chemicals to leave a flawless-looking finish on "soft" or "hard" paints.
Many detailers struggle to "finish out" a vehicle without micro-marring the paint. This situation is very frustrating where the detailer constantly changes the buffing pad, polishing agent, and machine speed to perfect the paint. The paint rarely gets perfected, and the detailer will use a glaze or other filling agent to mask the marring.
While All In One does contain a sealant that can "fill" the paint, the extremely mild correcting and polishing abrasives will help remove micro-marring without masking it.
All In One belongs in every detailers arsenal, especially if they are running a business. Many customers want to get their vehicle detailed, but they do not want to pay for the added expense of a two or three-stage correction process.
Example: A "hard" paint is typically tough to correct the significant defects but easy for the surface's final finessing. A "soft" paint typically is easier to fix the significant flaws, but obtaining the perfect finish is the most challenging task for most detailers.
It is one reason why it is essential to keep a variety of exterior correction products on hand at all times.
How to Use:
The most critical step of the detailing process is to start with a clean surface. Prepare the surface by removing insect residue, tar, and paint contamination using a clay process or fallout remover should be done before using this product.
Apply a small amount of product onto a foam pad and slowly work into the painted surface with the machine off. This step will help avoid any product sling. If you are an experienced detailer, you can slowly accelerate the machine right away without any product sling.
Work the product until the product 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 produces the desired result. You can always switch the pad to a more aggressive foam pad if necessary. Always start with the least aggressive pad and work your way up the pad aggressiveness level. Quickly increasing the pad aggressiveness level is especially true for the enthusiast detailer who does not have the experience to choose the correct pad and product combination quickly.
Car Detailing Tech Tip:
Always work in small sections.
Fully work product until nearly invisible.
Always use dedicated microfiber towels to ensure no marring is placed back onto the surface after removing during the buffing stage.
Paint surface preparation is the answer to a flawless finish.
Use our quick Detailer, 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 a detail spray held approximately 10 inches away from the pad will release any product remaining inside it. Doing so 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 when the machine becomes unstable on the painted panel. More product is needed to replace the lubrication barrier between the buffing pad and the painted surface.
Chris, the owner of Surefire Detail, was kind enough to provide us with this picture. When detailing knowledge is combined with professional quality products, you will achieve excellent results!
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