Restoration of a worn surface
Here we will show you how to take a faded surface on boats, RVs, cars and motorcycles and bring the luster back to life – with a lasting shine and protective coating. Here we use a car from 1995 for demonstration purposes.
A. Begin with a clean and 100% dry surface.
B. We recommend using a strong polishing machine like an orbital sander onto which you apply a sponge.
You can also do this by hand but regardless of which product you use you will never be able to apply using an even pressure as you can with a machine. Here we use a Ridgid polisher with a 6″ sponge.
There are cheaper and OK alternatives – e.g. a Bosch PEX 400 AE orbital sander.
C. Apply UltraGlozz® Superpolish to the sponge and begin to buff /polish the worn surface. Keep polishing until the liquid has dissapeared into the surface and a nice bright finish appears.
D. Remember to protect your rubber trim. You can use UltraGlozz® Superpolish on any surface for a superior shine and a longer laster protection, but NOT on the rubber trim.
Here we recommend that you use either UltraGlozz® Vinyl or UltraGlozz® SuperVinyl. Simply shake the bottle of UltraGlozz® SuperVinyl and apply with a sponge manually to all rubber trim areas before applying UltraGlozz® Superpolish
E. Continue with polishing the surface until the “liquid” paste has completely disappeared from the surface and a shiny luster is shown as seen in the picture on the left
F. Now make sure that the entire surface is nice and smooth and that all polish residues are removed
G. Now rip off a piece from a larger sponge and apply UltraGlozz® Superpolish to the sponge (See picture “D” as well)
Here you will see how much easier UltraGlozz® Superpolish is to use !
H. Apply evenly to the ENTIRE Surface and LET DRY COMPLETELY for about 15-20 minutes (or enough time to dry)
I. Now wipe off the dried polish with a clean, dry and soft rag or cloth. Wait 24 hours and … Voila !
The best shine and strongest surface protection available is achieved.
Maintenance of a good surface
Simply begin with step G, H and I
… and then the final result.