1. Use on wet or dry paint, after a Foam wash or Frothe Hoseless Wash.
2. SHAKE thoroughly and squeeze out of disc cap onto damp MF towel. (it will be thick and goopy).
3. Wipe in straight lines from top to bottom.
4. Wring out water (if present) and start process over.
TIPS: If streaking remains, use less HYDRATE PRO on towel prior to wiping or wipe with a clean, dry microfiber towel. Perform a final wipe with Spit Emergency Shine or Reflex Pro Top Coat and a clean MF towel as a last step. Best if used as maintenance for paint previously coated with Reflex Pro. SHAKE WELL. DO NOT FREEZE.
A: Yes it does. The "pro" formula of Hydrate leaves a protection layer derived from Reflex Pro in addition to the drying lubricant.Q: Why is the Hydrate Pro 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, dust, and left over contaminants. The formula also contains a derivation of Reflex Pro for added protection.Q: Is Hydrate Pro 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 Pro 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 Pro?
A: Yes, Hydrate Pro was designed for microfiber towels.
Larry has poured his heart and soul into his products and we’re lucky to have them.
This process of hydrate is new to me…back in the day a chamois was all the rage then microfiber and then mega drying microfiber (thought it was the best too) but using hydrate per Larry’s instructions you can feel the protection of the paint and yet still get it dry…mad science!!
This product works amazing, I will caution on the amount that you use. A little goes a long way, and will require good light so you can see any streaks that need to be wiped out.