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The PPS Paint Sealant can be applied with a high speed buffer or by hand since heat and friction during application does not affect the PTFE adhesion process. The most important factor is to make sure the surface is properly prepared prior to application. Any imperfections or marks on the surface will be sealed beneath the coating after the Step #2 application has cured.

Before you begin Application
  • Shake the bottles well before use
  • PPS is not a wax, therefore use it sparingly, over application of the product will create an oily/milky residue and... if this occurs keep buffing until it appears glossy... this could take some time depending on the amount of over application.

  • Do not apply in direct sunlight.

  • Do not apply the Step #2 Paint Sealant to non-painted plastic, matte rubber or rubber moldings, remove immediately if this occurs. It is advisable to cover those areas with marking tapes before applying PPS Step #2.

  • The curing process will continue for 48 hours and the shine will deepen over this period.

  • Avoid washing the surface for 48 hours with any type of soap or detergent or drive into heavy rain immediately after applications.

  • 1 PPS kit c/w Step #1 and Step #2
  • Clean wash mitt.

  • Clean chamois / micro fibre towel

  • Orbital buffer / application sponge

  • 1 gallon of hot water and a bucket.

  1. Carefully inspect the surface for any sign of brake dust, scratches, acid rain etch marks, paint swirls or other damage or imperfections.
  2. Repair any damage  or imperfections prior to applying the PPS

  3. For oxidized or old surfaces make sure to bring the paint up to as good condition as possible before sealing with the PPS.

  4. Make sure the vehicle is clean of all excess dirt and other debris before proceeding with the Step #1.

Step #1 Wash Solution
  • Thoroughly mix the entire contents of the Step#1 with 1 gallon of warm/hot water.
  • Rinse the vehicle with fresh water.

  • Wash the entire surface with the wash solution using a clean wash mitt.

  • Leave the Step #1 wash solution on the surface for approximately 10 minutes to allow the solution to purge the paint pores and charge the surface (the solution will appear hazy when ready to be removed)

  • Rinse the Step #1 from the painted surface until the water runs clear and there is no more soap residue.

  • Thoroughly dry the vehicle with a clean chamois / micro fibre towel making sure to dry seams, mirrors and molding where water can be trapped.

Step #2 Paint Sealant
  • Put a small amount of product (size of a silver dollar) to an application sponge or 2 - 3 circles of product onto a terry cloth bonnet with an orbital buffer.
  • Apply the product to the surface in a circular overlapping motion working on a 2 - 3 foot section at a time until the entire vehicle is covered.

  • Make sure to leave the Step #2 on the vehicle at least 15 minutes.

  • Going back to where you started applying the Step #2, using a clean soft cloth / micro fibre towel / orbital buffer with a clean terry cloth bonnet start removing the product in the same manner as you applied it. You are done.

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