There is always that time that comes along when your clay bar just isnâ€™t enough to remove the contamination at task. For example, say you have some road tar, sap, grease, adhesive (from old stickers, pin stripes, emblems, etc) or an area loaded with bugs and grime, using Stonerâ€™s Tarminator directly on the surface can help to safely remove the bonded contamination.
When using Stonerâ€™s Tarminator I will first make sure the area I am working on has been washed and free of dirt particles to further assure no damage is caused. Then with the surface still damp, I will spray a liberal amount of Tarminator directly onto the surface and let dwell for 30-45 seconds to break up the contamination.
Next I will use my DI All Purpose Microfiber Towel to wipe away the surface and check for complete removal. If the affected area needs more cleaning, I will repeat the process above but will use less product.
After final removal, I will then grab my DI Fine Grade Clay Bar and go over the surface again using Optimum Instant Detailer as a clay lube to assure the surface is prepped and ready for any polishing.
Stoner Tarminator is completely clear coat safe. It will remove silicone, oils, and wax build up without damaging any exterior trim.
So whether youâ€™re a weekend warrior or a professional detailer, having Stonerâ€™s Tarminator in your arsenal is a must. I know I use it on almost all of my details somewhere on the car given how versatile and safe this product is.
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