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Before you start:
This is an easy to use spray sealant, but to work effectively it needs time to dry. After applying do not touch or buff the wheel surface, drive the car or allow the wheels to get wet until the coating has fully dried.
If you are using Instant Tyre Dressing, apply it before Wheel Protector and remove any overspray.
|Range||0 - 24 mm|
|Range||0 - 80 PSI|
|Range||0 - 100 PSI|
Working one wheel at a time, rinse with a strong stream of water to remove any loose debris and ensure that the wheel and brakes are cool.
Spray the wheel cleaner liberally onto all surfaces of the wheel, including the face, lug nut holes and the barrel of the wheel itself, as well as the brake rotor and calliper.
After spraying the cleaner, immediately scrub the wheel and brake component with a medium bristle brush.
With a strong stream of water, rinse away the wheel cleaner and grime.
Continue around the car, cleaning each wheel with the same process by repeating steps 1-5.
Wash and dry the rest of your car and follow up with a protective coat of wax for a superior finish.
Wash and dry your car.
Shake the aerosol well.
Spray the trye and trim cleaner directly onto the surface you want to restore.
Rub the surface with a microfibre cloth.
If you'd prefer a matte finish, wipe the product immediately with a clean, damp cloth. If you want more shine wipe away with a microfibre cloth and repeat the process with a second coat.
Wash and dry your tyres before using this product. Use a tyre cleaner if necessary to remove any tough grease stains, brake dust or grime build up.
Spray Wet n Black Car Tyre Dressing onto your tyres in a smooth, sweeping motion making sure to coat all surfaces evenly.
Allow at least 5 minutes for the product to penetrate your tyres before driving your car for the maximum protection and a deep, reflective shine.
Shake well and apply generously to the sidewall of clean tyres.
Instant Tyre Dressing can be applied to wet or dry rubber.
Allow to dry for a light sheen, or remove the excess with a microfiber cloth for a matt finish.