How To Use
Dress It All should be applied with a foam filled applicator. Applying Dress It All with a microfiber towel or terry towel, will absorb the product and not allow for the most even application. A foam applicator will ensure even application and as the product is absorb into the applicator, the product can easily be distributed among your surfaces, when pressure is applied from the applicator onto the surface. For hard to reach areas, we suggest purchasing our Greenway’s Finishing Touch Release Spray . This aerosol product can get into all the smaller hard to reach areas quicker. If you are not familiar with the proper dilution methods, please purchase our 32 ounce empty bottle. These bottles have the dilution marks embedded on the side of the bottle for quick and accurate diluting.
Always ask your customer what type of sheen they prefer If any. Some customers will like a slightly glossier finish, while others like a matte finish. Since Dress It All is a water-based silicone product, it can be easily diluted with water. We always recommend diluting the dressing in small amounts E.G (16 ounce ready to use or 32 ounce ready to use). Diluting a whole gallon of Dress It All with water, will not allow you to have multiple versions of the product for each unique manufactures surface. We personally like to use a 2:1 and a 3:1 dilution ration. Depending on the material used by the manufacture, Dress It All can look completely different on two different vehicle interiors. When used straight without dilution, Dress IT All can have a high gloss on one type of vehicle interior, while another shows more of a semi-gloss.
By having two different mixtures of Dress It All, you can quickly choose the appropriate mixture that suits your customers needs.
Since Dress It All is a water-based silicone product, it should not be used in or around a body shop. Paint defects could be induced into the technician’s paint process due to the silicone within the product. Dress It All also should not be used on any engine components. Silicone can lead to issues with oxygen sensors and helping dirt stick to unwanted surfaces. Our Protect It All product should be used when conducting engine detailing or working within a body shop.
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