Interior & Exterior Dressings
Washing, cleaning, paint correction and protecting a vehicle restores the appearance and shine. But the final dressing and detail is where you bring out the value of a professional detail. Properly applied tire dressing is the icing to the exterior and conditioned leather is the foundation for a great looking interior. When used correctly interior and exterior dressings are the key to the quality appearance of a freshly detailed vehicle.
A component of a dressing is the carrying agent that transports the active ingredient to the dressing surface and in the case of solvent based tire dressings it just so happens to be a solvent. The process is actually very simple. A dressing is wipe or spray applied and as the dressing sets up the solvent evaporates and leaves the active ingredient on the dressed surface. Solvent based dressings are customarily used as exterior dressings due to the fact that they are solvent and using them on the interior is not necessarily the best practice.View Products
Todays interiors demand unique quality products to produce the desired appearance of critical customers. We do not want interiors to look dressed. They should look like new, conditioned and have a natural appearance. Our hose of speciality products are perfect for this type of application.View Products
Water based dressing technology has excelled over the last few years due to VOC regulations. We have focused much of our energy to formulate incredible water based dressings for use on both interior and exterior. Water based dressings may be used as tire dressing, trim dressing and interior dressing.View Products
Aerosol dressings are a detailers friend when it comes time for the final detail and inspection process. These dressings are commonly used to touch up interior vents, trim and hard to reach areas. Quite frankly they can be incredible time savers and for a quick effective final detail.View Products
When working in a body shop environment a silicone free tire dressing and interior dressing is a must. Silicone is often the cause of paint contamination during the painting process so if you are close to the paint booth or body shop we suggest you go with the silicone free option to avoid any potential problems.View Products