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Keep Your Rat Rod Clean
If you got a project that has a matte finish, primer, suede or flat colored paint its hard to find a cleaning product that won't impart a shine while removing fingerprints and dust.
The chemists at Wizards have developed Wipe Down to do all this and leave the finish as it was when it was first applied. It contains no silicones or solvents and is bodyshop safe.
Great for Matte and Flat finishes
Eliminates missed areas masked by buffing residue
Removes streaks and smears from over use of waxes and glazes
Contains no wax, solvents or silicone
Safe for all paint systems
Adds no gloss or protection
Why couldn't’t you just use the MIST-N-SHINE? I know that you explained the differences between the WIPE DOWN and the MIST-N-SHINE earlier; but wouldn’t it work here too?
Actually some guys do, but they’re defeating the purpose because the MIST-N-SHINE actually helps to hide the swirl marks and fine line scratches. While the WIPE DOWN will remove the oils left on the surface from compounding. The WIPE DOWN has no enhancement qualities. But the MIST-N-SHINE adds a gloss and a slick feel. I guess if you wanted to hide the marks instead of removing them, that’s what you’d do.
Could the WIPE DOWN be used for other cleaning jobs or is it just for the buffing process?
The WIPE DOWN is not an all-purpose cleaner like the POWER CLEAN. It has a less aggressive cleaning ability that works best to remove dust and oily residue from the compounds.
Other uses would be for removing the oily residue buildup from repeated wax or detailer applications at car shows. Sometimes enthusiasts will trailer their car to a show for years, applying waxes at every show and never washing them. The WIPE DOWN will remove the oily residue without taking off all the shine and protection.
Applying decals or vinyl lettering onto paint or glass is much easier when first wetting both surfaces with the WIPE DOWN, applying the vinyl and then pressing out the liquid with a squeegee. It eliminates the frustration caused by wrinkling, repositioning and air bubbles.
It has also been reported to work well on a satin primer finish without getting blotchy.
What is a satin primer finish?
Satin primer is basically a car without paint. It is just primed. Some of the street rodder guys want the “50’s in progress look” and run their car on the street with primer. Using the MIST-N-SHINE on the primer just doesn’t work.