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First select a well shaded area (early in the morning or late afternoon if covering is not an option)

  1. Prepare all washing tools and equipment, fill buckets with water, hook up pressure washer or hose, prepare foam cannon if applicable.

  2. (Recommended) Rinse and wash wheels, tires, fender wells, exhaust tips, side steps, nerf bars.  Doing this first will avoid water spotting from letting hard water sit on the paint and dry!

  3. Rinse entire vehicle. This will soften and knock loose most of the road grime, debris. If necessary foam the vehicle, let dwell for 5 minutes and rinse again if severely dirty. The goal is to have the vehicle as clean as possible before the contact wash to reduce the chances of surface scratching (spider webs or swirl marks)

  4. Foam the vehicle (not necessary, but highly recommended) agitate suds in wash bucket by giving a blast from the hose or pressure washer at the surface of the water, and begin washing with a soft, clean microfiber wash mitt (recommended 2 or more mitts if vehicle is extremely dirty) starting at the top of the vehicle and working your way down, rinsing the mitt frequently and flipping the mitt over halfway through each panel.

  5. Dry the vehicle by means of forced air (such as a leaf blower) or soft, plush microfiber drying towel starting with the top of the vehicle and working your way to crevices, door jambs, and lastly wheels.


It is recommended to wash your vehicle at least once a month to maintain the coating! If the coating is not maintained properly, it can lead to premature failure, bug etching, water etching, and reduction in hydrophobic properties!


Tire brush                               Wheel mitt

Wash Mitt                            Car Shampoo

Drying towel                         Interior Cleaner
Wheel/ Tire Cleaner                 Wheel Barrel Brush
Bucket + Grit Guard
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