Increased traffic levels, road works, and pollution have made paintwork contamination a rapidly growing problem for today's car and motorcycle enthusiasts. At Auto Finesse car care we deal with cars suffering from various forms of paintwork contamination on a daily basis, ranging from tar, iron particulates (spread by vehicle brakes, metal works, and trains.), tree sap, paint overspray, adhesive residues, industrial fallout, and exhaust soot. As a result we are constantly perfecting the products and processes used to remove them, here we show you how we do paintwork decontamination...
STEP 1: IRON FALLOUT REMOVAL
STEP 2: TAR & ADHESIVE REMOVAL
At Auto Finesse detailing products and car care the second step of our paintwork decontamination, after the vehicle has been fully washed and dried, is to use a tar remover to remove the tar spots and adhesive residues using the specially formulated solvent-based cleaner ObliTARate, ObliTARate is designed with the sole purpose of safely removing bitumen and glue based contaminants without scrubbing or damaging the OEM paintwork or finish. It removes road tar, excess wheel weight adhesive, decals, and protective film residues quickly and easily. ObliTARate can be applied to the entire vehicle using an optional spray head, or topically with the assistance of cotton pads or swabs for isolated tar and adhesive contamination.
STEP 3: CLAYING