Why polish your car? Polish applied and removed properly will remove any surface defects to leave a smooth and shiny finish. If the car paint work is badly contimanated by tree sap for example you will need to apply a detailing clay like Autoglym Clay to break down and remove the sap before polishing.
Why Choose Autoglym Super Resin Polish? We honestly believe SRP is the best polish around, its so easy to use, ideal for the beginner and trusted by professionals. In 2012 Autoglym have further improved the UK's number one best selling polish to allow for even easier removal. This product cannot damage your paint and can be left on for any period of time before removal with a clean microfibre cloth. Just follow the simple instructions on the bottle and be amazed at the results. See below for handy tips and demo video clip
Autoglym Super Resin Polish is exceptionally easy to use and will impart an exceptional shine to your paintwork. The new and improved 2012 formulation is virtually dust free allowing even easier removal saving you time and furhter enhancing the end result.
Periodic polishing gently removes harmful surface residue and imparts a tough, glossy, protective barrier to preserve your pride and joy from the environment.
Ideal for all types and colours of new or moderately deteriorated vehicle paintwork, including metallic, clearcoat and waterbased paint finishes.
Note We also supply Radiant wax 5ltr which is Autoglym's improved formula of Super Resin Polish.
Apply polish to entire bodywork and complete all other valeting tasks, i.e., cleaning glass and dressing plastic trim, before finally removing polish to reveal shine. This technique will avoid marking polished paintwork if other tasks are carried out first.
Use a suitable 100% cotton cloth to apply polish, i.e. Autoglym Perfect Polishing Cloth. Other cloths with synthetic fibres may cause fine scratching.
Apply polish to the cloth, not directly to your vehicle. Spread in large, circular overlapping motions. Before it dries, even out into long straight lines, along the axis of the vehicle.
Take care not to apply polish to absorbent surfaces i.e., unpainted plastics and rubber trim. In the event of accidental application, remove polish stains with Autoglym Fast Glass. Use an old toothbrush to loosen dried on stains. Alternatively, use Autoglym Bumper Careto restore and protect original finish.
Use Autoglym Super Resin Polish on good condition brightwork and other metallic surfaces, i.e., wheels, instead of using a metal polish which may be unnecessarily abrasive.
Remember, the topmost layer of your paintwork is the strongest and should be preserved as far as possible. It is better to polish 2-3 times using Autoglym Super Resin Polish to restore the finish than to use an unnecessarily abrasive paint restorer.
Caravans Use only on smooth surfaces.
Click below to view the Autoglym Super Resin Polish demo clip