Polishes and glazes add luster but do not protect the finish, so using them is entirely optional, especially since clear-coat finishes are highly resistant to oxidation. Even years-old cars generally retain their shine today.
Nevertheless, products such as Amor Body Polish can restore the natural oils your paint once had, making the car’s surface more reflective and shiny. Using a polish once a year may be helpful. Although light-colored paints such as white, silver and tan may not display much change, darker colors such as black, burgundy and navy blue will reflect light like a mirror after proper polishing.
As you did during the cleaning process, apply the polish by hand, using small circular, overlapping strokes with a microfiber-covered or foam applicator pad on one section of the car at a time, removing the polish with a microfiber towel after the product becomes hazy. Don’t allow the polish to dry completely. Trying to remove dry polish will almost certainly result in scratches to the finish.
Spread Body Polish with a polisher using a clean finishing foam pad.
Work at a speed no greater than 3 and do not apply pressure.
Spread over the entire vehicle in a thin, even coat.
Allow Black Light to bond with surfaces for 15 minutes. Buff off with a premium microfiber towel.
Once removed, allow 30 minutes of cure time before adding a second coat if desired.
Add a second coat to ensure even coverage for extended protection and shine.
Waterspot or watermark is a very common problem. Most cars are constantly being subjected to the Daily harshness of acid rain, Contaminants in the air,Hard water, etc and Left off drying in the blazing sun.
The severity of water spot and mark usually depends on how well the surface of the paint or glass is being protected. A severe water spot and mark usually stems from Residue or Chemicals in the water droplets or streaks reacting with the surface (paint, glass, plastic, rubber) and Leaving a very unsightly mark.