For smaller jobs and one-time use needs, single pack Wipe-Its are more convenient. These are microfiber cloths pre-saturated with Wipe New® and sealed in single-use foil packs. This allows service businesses better control of inventory, more widespread distribution capability, and reduced waste. Each Wipe-It contains enough Wipe New® to coat the front and back bumpers on most vehicles, as well as headlights. They’ve been a huge hit for service centers and fleet maintenance teams!
When applying Wipe New®, wear the nitrile gloves included with the Pro Detail Kit and always apply it in a well ventilated area.
Wipe New® is not recommended for glass. Application to clear coated or painted surfaces of a vehicle requires extensive preparation and should therefore be performed only by a automotive detail professional. See our paint application series on YouTube for more details.
Very little is needed! Only 1 to 1.5oz of Wipe New® is needed to coat the exterior trim on an average mid-sized sedan.
Plan to work from the highest area of your vehicle down. This helps keep freshly coated surfaces from being touched before they are dry.
Let Wipe New® dry for 1 hour before making contact with the treated surface.
Allow 24 hours after application before exposing treated surface to moisture (rain, dew, sprinklers, car wash, etc).
Do not apply Wipe New® to hot surfaces or in direct sunlight.
If Wipe New® comes in contact with unintended surfaces such as paint, wipe it off immediately with a dry cloth. Within an hour of application (while Wipe New® is still undergoing initial cure), Acetone can be used to remove Wipe New®. After Wipe New® has cured, removing it will require the use of a fine polishing compound or a high grit automotive sandpaper.
If Wipe New® begins to cure on the applicator cloth; you may notice a streaking in the surface. Either rewet the applicator cloth with more Wipe New® or discard the cloth and use a new one.
Store Wipe New® in a cool dry place and discard upon expiration.