1. Use on wet or dry paint, after a Foam wash or Frothe hoseless wash.
2. SHAKE thoroughly and spray onto damp towel or directly on paint (it will be thick and goopy).
3. Wipe paint in straight lines from top to bottom.
4. Wring out water (if present) and start process over.
NOTE: If streaking remains, use less HYDRATE on towel prior to wiping or wipe with a clean, dry microfiber towel.
A: Yes it does. A thin layer of protection as you apply the drying lubricant.Q: Why is the Hydrate liquid so thick?
A: It is a lubricant used between the microfiber towel and paint to minimize the friction and scratching that can occur with water-blades or similar.Q: Is Hydrate safe for drying coated vehicles?
A: Absolutely. You still need to protect the paint and coating with good/safe drying techniques.Q: Can I use Hydrate to dry Matte or Vinyl Surfaces?
A: Yes, this is a great way to add protection to a matte surface.Q: Should I only dry with Microfiber towels when using Hydrate?
A: Yes, Hydrate was designed for microfiber towels.
Absolutely love this stuff! I use it on all of my vehicles.
I use it on all my drying towels. They simply glide across the paint leaving a dry car with one pass. My car is black and I haven’t noticed any love marks. Great product!!!
It is a nice product to use after a good hand washing. It allows the drying cloth to really glide across the paint for a great finish. Easily wipes away any dried water spots.