For a brilliant wet shine, professional detailers and hardcore enthusiasts turn to Black Light Hybrid Radiant Finish. This specialty hybrid glaze and sealant is pure eye-candy for your black and dark-coloured cars. Use Black Light to add tons of extra deep wet shine, fill minor swirls and scratches, and clean minor stains and imperfections. Treat your vehicle with a clay bar service to remove any rough contamination, spread a coat of Black Light, then “lock in” the candy sparkle shine with a layer of durable sealant or wax. Combined with Butter Wet Wax or JetSeal, Black Light helps protect paintwork against pollution, brake dust, industrial fallout, water spots, and harmful UV solar rays. Black Light is perfect for black and dark colour paint finishes. Try it on maroon, burgundy, green, gunmetal grey, blue, brown, or purple paint finishes. Professionals and enthusiasts regularly skip intense and time-consuming polishing steps with a coat of Black Light. The intense gloss enhancers and micro-refined oils in Black Light help fill minor swirls and scratches in vehicle paintwork, reducing their visibility and enhancing a mirror-like shine. Black is renowned as one of the most beautiful and elegant automobile colours. It may require extra care and attention, but when black paintwork is done right with a coat of Chemical Guys Black Light Hybrid Radiant Finish, everybody looks.
HOW TO USE:
While some products are very particular about the application and / or removal process, Black Light is as easy to use as it gets. The ease of use factor of Black Light immediately makes it a go-to product. The preferred method for Black Light is with a dual-action polisher (D/A). Using a soft finishing pad (black or blue), put the speed on 3.5~4, and apply just a couple of pea-sized drops to the pad. Quickly spread it around with the machine on, and then slow down your arm movement a bit to work it in evenly. You don’t have to work it like you would a polish…you’re simply going over the area long enough to provide a cleaning of the paint and getting an even coverage. 2 small drops can do a working area of about a half of a door (a little goes a long way). It’s very similar to using Chemical Guys EZ Creme Glaze…goes on smooth, a little goes a long way, and there should be very little residue. If you see a lot of residue after your application, then you’ve used too much product.