|Item model number||KL-01-A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||50177|
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Klasse All-In-One Polish, 16.9 oz.
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|Item Dimensions||—||4 x 3 x 10 in||3.5 x 3.5 x 3 in||2 x 5 x 9 in||4 x 4 x 9 in||4.72 x 3.54 x 10.24 in|
|Size||16.9 Ounces||California Gold Clay Bar System, Single Unit||Wax Only||Single||16 Ounces||16 Ounce|
All-In-One contains a real polish. It removes surface films, old wax, minor swirls, and oxidation. It's a true one-step product. It cleans, polishes and protects in one easy step. Use Klasse All-In-One on all one stage and clear coat paints, gelcoat and painted fiberglass, convertible windows, all clear plastic, finished wood furniture, porcelain, tile, marble, glass, chrome, aluminum, stainless steel and all metals. 16.9 oz
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APPLY THIS PRODUCT IN LONG STROKE, OVERLAPPING 80% (i.e.) FIVE PASSES TO GET 100% COVERAGE. USE A LIGHT STROKE,, DON'T HAVE TO TIRE OUT YOUR BACK OR ARMS IN RUBBING THIS PRODUCT INTO THE SURFACE. It is not needed and sure makes the 'wax job' a lot easier overall. USE THE NORTH-SOUTH (FRONT to BACK) DIRECTION FOR ONE APPLICATION. THEN DO YOUR 2nd COAT IN AN EAST-WEST (SIDE OF CAR TO SIDE OF CAR)..... BETWEEN THE OVERLAPPING WHEN APPLYING EACH COAT, AND DOING a N-S pattern, THEN E-W direction of application CHANGE OF DIRECTION FOR THE DIFFERENT COATS.. YOU SHOULD GET 100% COVERAGE FOR THE KLASSE ALL-in-ONE POLISH AND FINISH... THIS WILL PRODUCT LOOK REALLY GOOD BUT IT WILL GET EVEN BETTER WHEN FOLLOWED WITH KLASSE HIGH GLOSS POLYMER SEALANT GLAZE FINISH (ANOTHER 2 COATS).. I'VE ALWAYS DONE A THIRD COAT ON EVERY VEHICLE OWNED IN 50-YEARS OF WAXING CARS ..... I HAVE ALWAYS USED NO LESS THAN THREE INITIAL COATS OF 'WAX' , FOLLOWING WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS 2-3 TIMES A YEAR. BETWEEN APPLICATIONS YOUR CAR WILL 'SHINE' ,, WATER WILL BEAD. AND YOU CAN USUALLY WASH YOUR CAR WITH PLAIN WATER QUICK AND EASY. RARE TO NEED A SOAP TO CLEAN THE CAR (USED A PRODUCT LIKE MEGUIRES CAR WASH OR ANOTHER OF NAME BRAND WASH PRODUCTS FOR CAR FINISHES) WHEN MY VEHICLE HAD THE FIVE COAT SYSTEM (TWO COATS OF THIS ALL-IN-ONE THAT'S FOLLOWED BY THREE COATS OF KLASSE HIGH GLOSS SEALANT GLAZE ONLY THEN DO I CONSIDER THE CAR AS "WAXED". THEN GOING TO 1 OR 2 WAX JOBS A YEAR AFTER THE INITIAL FIVE COAT SYSTEM YOUR VEHICLE WILL ALWAYS LOOK GOOD. My 1992 Miata in first two weeks owned, now has Two (2) coats of the All in One, and Three (3) applications of the Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze finish.
New & Older: Wash to ensure a clean surface. Rinse clean water, using shammy to remove the bulk of the water, and clean 100% cotton or microfiber cloths to dry the vehicle. Need a clean and dry surface before doing anything else. Personally used microfiber pads (separate pads for each product) to apply products,, and microfiber cloths to remove polish and sealants/wax as recommended by the manufacturer. If the applicator falls on the ground or picks up dirt while applying polish or finish.. STOP and clean thoroughly before continuing. OR YOU WILL ADD THOSE UNSIGHTLY SWIRLS TO YOUR CAR'S FINISH.
NEW CAR: 2-coats of the All-in-One followed by 3-coats of the High Gloss Sealant finish
Used/Older cars: 1. Clay bar application,,Compound or Polish Compound as needed for individual problem.
2. Follow with the same 2 + 3 applications as the new car.
PS: ON A BLACK OR DARK COLOR CAR AFTER ABOUT 12TH COAT,, YOUR HAVE A DEPTH TO THE GLOSS YOU FEEL LIKE YOU WILL FALL INTO THAT GIVES YOUR REFLECTION LIKE A MIRROR... AND IF YOU LIVE IN FLORIDA.. BUGS,, EVEN THE DESERVEDLY MALIGNED 'LOVE BUGS' WILL NOT STICK AND WIPE OFF WITH PLAIN WATER. Still trying to find out if this is the same water based product that was being working on in the late 1970's,, solvent based acrylic was a methamethacrylate acrylic and the same resin used to make plexiglass.