Over the course of a car’s life, exterior imperfections like scratches and swirl marks occur no matter how careful you are. Everything from weather to a misplaced key or runaway shopping cart can inflict surface damage to the body. As these blemishes collect over time, the life of your paint job diminishes, and if left unchecked, these minor details can destroy the value of your vehicle.But before you rush off to the professionals for an extensive and expensive solution, know that you can polish away these blemishes and successfully repair your paint job yourself. Swirls and surface scratches are nothing more than micro marring in the paint and can be removed using Ultima Paint Prep Plus.
It’s a fine, non-abrasive pre-wax cleanser and polish that effortlessly restores paint gloss, color and depth to showroom conditions. It deep cleans the paint, smoothes away swirl marks, shallow water spots and fine surface scratches, and increases overall paint gloss so that you can have that flawless professionally detailed look.Ultima Paint Prep Plus is specially engineered for modern clear coat paint finishes. Whether you’re working by hand or machine, this method of removing surface markings is quick and easy.
ULTIMA PRODUCTS ARE PURE SEALANT TECHNOLOGYApply Ultima Paint Prep Plus one panel at a time to a clean, dry vehicle. If applying by hand, use an Ultima Easy Grip Applicator. By machine, use a light cut foam pad to remove swirl marks or a soft foam polishing pad to enhance gloss.
- Apply 3 or 4 dime size drops of product on the new included Ultima Easy Grip Applicator.
- Aggressively work the product across one section until a light film remains
- Allow film to dry to a haze
- Buff off with a soft microfiber towel or a microfiber bonnet.
- Repeat on next section
- “Prime” the new polishing pad by applying 2-3 quarter size drops of product and spreading it across the pad with your thumbs.
- Spread across a 2’ x 2’ area on speed 1-2
- Increase speed to 4 or 5 and increase downward pressure
- Slowly move machine up and down overlapping the previous pass by 50%. Then switch to left right movements, again overlapping by 50%. Repeat this step until the product starts to change in transparency.
- Release pressure and continue for 1-2 more passes until only a very light film remains on the surface (Note, do not continue polishing beyond this point.
- Allow film to dry to a haze and buff off with a soft microfiber towel or a microfiber bonnet.
- Repeat if necessary to remove stubborn swirl marks or water spots.