Care polishing forms a base for a gloss that increases saturation of the lacquer paint.
Care polishing of the car body should be done regularly to keep the car in top condition. During protective polishing micro scratches are filled and a film is formed on the lacquer paint of the car.
Care polishing forms a base for a gloss of the lacquer paint. In addition a protective layer will be formed on the surface, be it in the form of wax, nano coating, “Water glass” or ceramic coating. After such polishing the car will get less dirty and can be cleaned more easily.
Care polishing suits to cars that are regularly taken care of. Bodies of such cars do not develop deep scratches and damages. Protective polishing has the least impact on the paint layer and its thickness and thus the number of polishing treatments is almost unlimited.
Tip! protective body polishing does not entirely remove scratches from the surface and does not remove deep scratches. It should not be confused with renovation polishing!
Cleaning of the lacquer layer is simple.
Cleaning of the lacquer layer consists of several stages, it has to be done thoughtfully and there must be sufficient time available for it.
Before starting any work on a lacquer layer, the car must be thoroughly washed. When the lacquer layer is smooth as glass when touched, you can proceed with the next steps. Otherwise you must first remove the particles sticking on the lacquer layer. For this job we recommend using cleaning paste. Spray the area to be cleaned lightly with water containing car shampoo and clean the surface with cleaning paste without applying pressure. This helps to remove insects, brake disc dust, etc., which in case left unremoved will be spread over a wide area during polishing. It would result in scratches and the so-called holograms.
Important to know: for hand wash there are liquid products available. For machine treatment grinding pastes and grinding-polishing agents are used.