1. Wear latex gloves, eye protection, mask, and work in a well-ventilated area.
2. Prior to first coat application, wash and clay the paint if needed.
3. If needed, use isopropyl alcohol mixed 50-50 with water or an automotive grade wax and silicone remover to decontaminate surface.
4. Prime microfiber applicator and apply in overlapping motions in 2x2 sections.
5. Allow 2-3 minutes dwell time until cured (wait for the rainbow to appear).
6. Lightly remove excess with a microfiber towel.
NOTE: Best if applied on cool surfaces, out of direct wind, and no water/rain for 6 hours after application.
These product are recommended to be used with Reflex Pro
A: Yes. Coatings vary drastically, but this has a very high percentage (once cured) of SiO2 with carbon residues. This product contains polsilazines, solvents, and additives which are thermo-setting resins at room temperture. (ie do not require a UV light)Q: How do I maintain Reflex Pro?
A: Maintenace is exactly the same as a none coated car, however, abrasives will remove the coating. In other words, perform a healthy wash (when needed) with AMMO Foam or favorite car soap, dry with Hydrate, and use Reflex Pro Top Coat as often as you feel is required. The more layers of protetection (Skin, Reflex Pro Top Coat, Creme, etc...) the more protected the "base layer" of Reflex Pro will be.Q: How long does Reflex Pro take to cure?
A: Depends on humidty and ambient temps, but 30 secs to 2 minutes is majority of the cure times. Here in the North East, it usually requires 30 seconds before the rainbow appears. Likwise, the "thickness" of the layer applied can determine how long it takes to cure. I do not recommend using super thick layers. Better to use multiple thin layers after totally cured. Same concept as painting walls or trim.Q: How do I prep the paint before applying Reflex Pro?
A: Wash the paint, remove the contaminants with clay (if necessary), compound and polishing (if necessary) is always the best option as the Reflex will have extra depth and shine over "leveled" paint. Light ISO wipes (spray on towel first) can be helpful if paint was recently waxed. You can layer Reflex Pro over "old" layers of Reflex Pro without removing the old layer.Q: Can I use other paint care products (wax, sealant, spray wax) after Reflex Pro is applied?
A: Yes. However, the top layer (most upper surface) will give the paint its water characteristics. Hydrophobic or Hydrophilic. I prefer to layer AMMO SKIN over it every few months as its "jacket" or sacrificial layer. I also use Reflex Pro Top Coat after every wash.Q: Is Reflex Pro safe on matte paint or vinyl wraps?
A: Yes. It will bring more depth or "richness" to the color but it will not be "shiny" afterwards. I highly recommend it on matte paint or vinyl as it is really the only type of protection for those areas without causing a deep shine (therefore defeating the matte finish).
I have used many products over the last 30 years as an auto enthusiast. The Reflex Pro is simply amazing and the shine is awesome. Great products. Great support!
I’ve used quiet a few coatings over the last 5 years, this is by far the easiest to apply and the results are simply awesome.
I didn’t think the shine of reflex pro could get any better, but I was wrong! Extremely easy to use on my black car both wet and dry. My wife even wanted to know what made her white Tiguan shine so much! Thanks Larry!