There is no need to go to a car wash with the APTERA. There are waterless wash products on the market that will clean the vinyl wrap without scratching the finish. I am an official detailer for Barrett Jackson Auctions and all the vehicles that we wipe down reguardless of the dirt, we use waterless wash and it does not hurt the finish, even wrapped vehicles. We use ADAM’s waterless wash.
Josh Rosen, I use ADAM’S Graphene spray coating. You use a alcohol base coating prep to remove any contamination from the surface. Then spray the coating on an applicator and apply it to a 2 ft square area and allow the solvent to flash( about 1 min.) it gets a rainbow appearance and then wipe off the coating residue. Repeat the process on the rest of the car. Allow the coating to cure without moisture for a couple of hours and you are good for a year or more, depending on your environment. Surface will shed water better and the shine will be deeper. Can be applied on rims and glass. You are applying a layer of glass to the surfaces. Awesome product.
Thanks, I’ll order some and use it in the spring. Nice to get a recommendation from someone who really knows what they are doing. What coating prep do you use? Is it just rubbing alcohol or is it a specific product?
Josh and John, I use ADAM’s coating prep ( it is a 35% alcohol solution), it can be used on Paint, wraps, electrostatic paint(powder coated paint) and glass. Spray it on the surface and wipe it off with a microfiber towel and you are ready to use Graphene spray coating.