Tips and Tricks – Maintaining a Coated Vehicle

Now that you’ve made the right choice and got your vehicle protected. Let’s talk about how you can maintain the coating. Maintaining a coating the right way can help you increase the lifespan of the coating and help retain the gloss, hydrophobicity, and protective nature of the coating. 

Why Maintain it?

The coating will make cleaning your vehicle really easy, with its hydrophobic properties and chemical resistance, it will make it difficult for dirt and contamination to permanently stick to the surface. Taking good care of the coating is very easy. Let’s talk about it in detail, so you can get the best out of your coating.

The How

Dusting the vehicle

A duster that has a static charge attracts the dust. It is important to use a static duster to dust the surface. As the static duster will pull the dirt off the surface as opposed to dragging it, which will cause damage to the paint. Just dusting the vehicle regularly is usually enough. It is only when there are stains or other forms of contamination that the duster can’t remove you would need to use the Klin mechanism.

Spray Klin, Swipe and Smile

Klin is a beautiful product that helps you effectively and efficiently clean a vehicle with ease. To know more about Klin click here After dusting the surface, you need to spray Klin evenly onto the surface. Wait for 10-20 seconds and use a microfiber to wipe it off in a straight line motion. Then use another clean microfiber towel to buff off the excess.

You’re now left with a clean vehicle, with a temporary layer of protection on top of the coating. It is recommended to use Klin once every two weeks, and only when there is contamination that the duster couldn’t remove. Excessive use of Klin is not going to make the coating last longer, it is just wasteful. As the professional detailers say, “Less is more”. Using the right product in the right quantity will help the product work its magic effectively. 

The What

What is Klin?

Klin is a product and a mechanism, a mechanism that helps you clean your vehicle. With over a decade of experience in the detailing industry, we found the Klin mechanism to be the most effective and efficient method of cleaning a vehicle. By switching to Klin, you cut the 40-60 liters of water wasted in a conventional wash to a mere 300 ml.

Klin drastically reduces the chance of paint damage, which can occur in a conventional wash due to improper washing techniques. It cuts down on time wasted. After using Klin a couple of times, you can clean the entire car within minutes. It cuts down on the energy that is spent on frequent trips to the car wash. It helps you cut down on the money spent on keeping your vehicle clean. Klin is perhaps the only eco-friendly and effective alternative to a conventional wash.

When not to use Klin

Although the Klin mechanism can be a very good technique to clean your car. It does have some limitations. For instance, when there is a lot of dirt or slush caked on the surface of your vehicle. After a monsoon drive, or you just got excited and went through a mud puddle. Using a pressure washer and proper washing technique is the only way to safely wash the car. To learn about proper washing techniques click here. 

The Why

Why Klin?

Before Klin, washing a car properly was a difficult task that required a lot of water and special techniques. Washing a vehicle the conventional way wastes a lot of water and, when improperly done it can cause damage to the paint surfaces.

Klin can help you save a lot of water. Klin aims to drastically cut down on water usage, and make maintaining a coated vehicle a breeze. Klin uses plant-based, biodegradable ingredients, free of silicone and petroleum additives to preserve the integrity of your car and not pollute the environment. The lack of soapy surfactants makes it an easy spray-on and wipe-off solution.

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