- Product Type:
- All Purpose Trim Dressing
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The Auto Finesse® Dressle is a versatile all-purpose dressing for the exterior and interior trim. This liquid, dry touch water based dressing can be sprayed directly on to the surface or applied via an applicator or cloth depending on the area of the vehicle you are working on, and your personal preference. This highly versatile dressing is also great for dressing hard to reach areas such as wheel wells and engine bays, due to its spray on and walk away nature, simply dose the surface with a few fine mists of Dressle and leave to cure.
Dressle is also a great product to enhance the appearance of the cockpit of your vehicle, as it dries to a non-sticky or greasy finish, it leaves a pleasant and natural sheen. The UV inhibitors help prevent interior surfaces from fading, and keeps a deep rich finish to your interior plastic and vinyl trim, it contains no waxes, oils, or petroleum distillates.
Are you unsure if Dressle or Revive is best for the task? Check out the differences between these two products here!
- Water based - contains no waxes, oils, or petroleum distillates.
- UV inhibitors to protect interior plastics from fading.
- Suitable for interior, exterior and engine bay trimmings.
- Apply via an applicator or cloth to suit your personal preference.
For engine bays: Clean and dry your engine bay first, then liberally spray Dressle on all of the engines plastic components, you can also coat the painted and metal parts too. Then leave to dry for 4-6 hours. Wipe up any excess after this curing time and that’s it! Your bay will be looking fresh, clean and protected. The same approach is to be taken for wheel wells also.
Interior plastic, vinyl and rubber: Apply 1-3 spritz of product to a Microfibre applicator and wipe on to the surface, door cards dash boards and other such flat surfaces can be coated easily this way.
Exterior trim: Apply 2-3 spritz of Dressle to a microfibre work towel, and work in to the surface, then leave to cure. If patching occurs add a subsequent second coat.
What is the difference between Revive and Dressle?
The main differences are Dressle is water based and Revive isn't so Revive will last longer on the exterior trim whereas Dressle will wash off in a day or so depending on weather. Although Revive is longer lasting, we'd only recommend using it on exterior surfaces whereas Dressle is versatile and can be used on the interior and exterior. Revive (being a cream) has a different application method and requires a tyre and trim applicator and massaging it into the trim. Dressle is a liquid spray so is less direct however it can be sprayed onto a cloth and wiped on.
Is Dressle used for exterior or interior surfaces?
Dressle can be used on both interior and exterior surfaces.