Tip 1 – Ceramic Coat
Your Maxxi Tech ceramic coating is now already suitable for all conditions.
Like many chemical treatments, it will get harder and tougher over the next seven days. For this reason,
we ask you to be especially aware of any damaging contaminants or abrasive car washes, remove these
contaminants immediately and refrain from these car washes for a seven-day period.
It is also suggested that during this time you give your vehicle a quick dry-off after driving in wet weather,
remember to only use a soft, clean microfibre cloth or chamois. Better still, use your leaf blower to walk around the
car pushing the water from the top to the bottom, down off the surface area thus creating a touchless drying process.
Be mindful not to touch the tip of the leaf blower to the paintwork, but to remove residual water in a touchless
Tip 2 – Wash Your Car Every Two Weeks
Whether you use your car daily or occasionally, you still need to wash your car every two weeks. Regular
washing will help avoid the build-up of contaminants.
Tip 3 – Do Not Wash the Vehicle in Direct Sunlight
Ideally, it is best to wash your car out of direct sunlight, so the washed surfaces are cooler. This will help
avoid water spots and ensure an optimum finish.
Tip 4 – Use an Automotive Specific Car Shampoo
Use a quality PH Neutral car shampoo as these shampoos are automotive-specific products that do not
contain harsh abrasives, chemical agents, or other contaminants.
Tip 5 – Washing your Car
When washing your car, it is vital to use a high-pressure water hose or gun to remove as much surface dirt and
contaminants prior to applying your PH-neutral shampoo and touching your paint surface with a sponge or
microfibre cloth. Always ensure you wash from the top to the bottom down as this allows the sides to fall away from
the surface. Don’t allow grit or contaminants to get caught up in the wash mitt as this will create
scratches and unwanted swirl marks. This is not covered by the warranty. Rinse your wash mitt
thoroughly and regularly.
Tip 6 – Always Use Separate Wash Buckets and Mitts for Wheels
Brake dust is microscopic pieces of metal shavings that your tires and wheels collect. So don’t let these
tiny pieces of metal get in contact with your ceramic coat by simply using a different wash mitt.
Avoid the following: Bird or bat droppings, tree sap or pollen on the car while baking in the sun; and any
kind of chemical or mechanical abrasive on the paint (e.g. polish, clay bar)