Well, the weather is finally easing up and spring is, at last here. Time to do a Spring cleaning on your vehicle. If you live in an area that uses salt on the roads in winter months, your car will need some special attention now that spring has arrived. Our Spring Clean-Up Kit contains everything you need to remove caked-on salt residues, tiny rust spots and give your ride a bright, spring shine.
Here's the system we recommend to keep those tiny, winter rust spots from developing into a paint nightmare:
1. Pre-clean with P21S Total Auto Wash to remove salt residues. 2. Wash and dry the car. 3. Inspect for rust spots and test for paint contamination. 4. Use a clay bar and lubricant to remove rust spots and contamination. 5. Wipe on a polish to maximize surface gloss and liquidity. 6. Finish with a great wax for shine and protection.
Our Spring Clean-Up Kit allows you to do all of this with a minimum amount of effort and expense. Our kit includes:
We've found this to be an absolutely indispensable product for pre-cleaning to remove caked-on grime and salt residues. Spray Total Auto Wash inside wheel wells and on rocker panels. Lightly brush if you can or just allow to penetrate for 3 to 5 minutes and rinse off with a garden hose. Total Auto Wash can also be used as an interior cleaner on carpet and rubber floor mats and vinyl door panels.
After a harsh winter, we can almost guarantee that your car will have some tiny rust spots or a gritty finish. Blackfire PolyClay and Clay Lubricant allows you to quickly and easily remove paint contamination and winter rust spots before they can penetrate the clear coat.
After claying, your car's paint will be as smooth as glass and ready for polishing and waxing.
This is one of our best values in a car care kit containing a great shampoo, P21S' famous pH-Balanced Wheel Cleaner, an excellent polish and a Pure Carnauba Paste Wax that is a breeze to apply and buff off.
Purchased separately, the items in this kit would cost over $106.00
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