Have you ever gone through a full detail and still not been happy with the results? You’ve washed all the dirt and road grime away safely, you’ve put down a layer of premium wax, and then you’re still left with a dull shine that you just can’t get to pop! The problem may not lay in your technique, it may be in the paint itself. Over time your paint is bombarded by millions of microscopic contaminants that latch on your paints perfect finish, diminishing its beauty. This contamination normally can’t be seen, but you can certainly feel it. Simply run your hand across the paint and you’ll feel a grit almost like sandpaper, you’ll know its time to decontaminate your paint.
Unfortunately, the only way to prevent this contamination would be to put your car in a sealed bubble, and that isn’t very realistic. So, the best course of action for you paint is a routine decontamination. This is a two-step process of a chemical decontaminate to remove embedded iron deposits, followed by a mechanical method to remove the remaining contamination. By using this two-step approach you can ensure you’ve removed anything that can hinder your shine!