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Using a car paint sealant is one of the best ways to protect the original car paint from scratches or any damages. This protection method has been in use for a very long time. The level of protection offered by the car paint sealant has always been excellent. While most people believe that applying car paint sealant is any easy task, this is not true. If you do not apply a car paint sealant in the right way, it could make things messier rather than offer protection. Therefore, it is very important that you follow the steps mentioned below.
Before applying the car paint sealant, you must remember that, the level of protection and lifespan depends entirely on the quality of sealant and on how you apply it.
Prerequisite tools and materials
- Car wash kit
- Fiber cloth
- Paint sealant
- Rubbing compound
- Buffing machine
Here is how to apply car paint sealant
Step 1: Washing – the first step to do before applying a car paint sealant is to wash the car. You must use a high-quality car cleaning product and make sure that you use a brush to brush the sides and edges to remove all dirt and dust.
Step 2: Dry – once you have washed the car and removed all the dirt on it. You should allow slowly wipe the car to dry the car. You must wipe the car with a microfiber to prevent any scratches. It is best recommended that you use a chamois from more efficient drying. You could simply lay the chamois on the surface and pull it towards you to remove the water droplets. You should repeat the process until the entire surface is dry.
Step 3: Polish (optional) – after wiping the car to dry the surface, check if there is any color fading. If you notice any fading, consider polishing the surface. Remember, polishing should be done slowly and carefully. P.S: you must polish the car only in a closed space, this would keep away any dirt or dust that could stick to the surface.
Step 4: Applying sealant – once the polishing is done or once the drying after washing is completed, you should carefully start applying the sealant on the surface. Remember, a sealant should be applied only after the polish is dry or if the surface is not wet. Apply the sealant using a clean fiber cloth, you should follow a front to back motion for maximum efficiency. PS: while applying the sealant, you must be careful not to apply too much paint. You must also consider using different cloth each time if you find the sealant drying on the cloth.
Step 5: Buffing – after you apply the sealant on the car surface, you should buff the sealant off the paint. Buffing will improve the glossy and shiny finishing the sealant offers. Make sure that you use a clean buffing disk or else the buffing would leave scratches and would damage your paint.
Applying the car paint sealant is not a task that you should do in a hurry. It should be done carefully and slowly for maximum efficiency in protection and finishing.