Blue Guard - Oil Based Wet Look Shine
Blue Guard - Oil Based Wet Look Shine
Blue Guard - Oil Based Wet Look Shine
Blue Guard - Oil Based Wet Look Shine

Blue Guard - Oil Based Wet Look Shine

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Blue Guard II Wet Look Premium Dressing

 

Blue Guard is a premium dressing and conditioner that restores plastic and rubber trim pieces to a deep-dark high gloss shine, while finishing dry-to-the-touch and without attracting dirt and dust.

Use This Dressing To: 

  • Restore high gloss shine to trim
  • Protect future damage from occurring
  • Finish without the greasy and oily feel
  • Enhance natural shine of plastic, rubber, vinyl
  • Penetrate and moisturize deep into the trim 

Restores Exterior Rubber & Plastic

Chalky, white, and grey trim ruin the look of any car. Blue Guard’s versatile oil-infused formula penetrates deep to nourish and restore plastic and rubber trim with a darker, richer, wetter shine with long lasting durability. Use Blue Guard on faded bumpers, fender flares, door trim, weatherstripping, mirrors, window moldings, rocker panels, tires, louvers, and more!

Advanced Formula Protects Against The Elements

Use Blue Guard for removing white, yellow, and brown residue to restore that crisp factory-fresh high gloss shine. Blue Guard features UV solar protection that helps prevent fading and discoloration. Solar rays can also degrade these materials at a molecular level, making them brittle and crack. Advanced waterproofing agents lock in the product to protect against future fading and discoloration. 


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WHICH PROTECTIVE DRESSING IS RIGHT FOR MY VEHICLE?

When it comes to cars, the details matter and just one slip could ruin the look of your whole ride! Your trim may seem like a minor aspect of your detail, but leaving it neglected will stand out like a sore thumb. Cleaning your trim then applying a premium dressing is all it takes to restore your trim, but which dressing is right for you?

HOW TO APPLY TRIM AND VINYL PROTECTANT

How to Apply Trim and Vinyl Protectant

When it comes to cars, the details matter and just one slip could ruin the look of your whole ride! Your trim may seem like a minor aspect of your detail, but leaving it neglected will stand out like a sore thumb. Cleaning your trim then applying a premium dressing is all it takes to restore your trim, but which dressing is right for you?

When it comes to dressings, you have a variety of options. Let’s look at them closely.

WATER BASED DRESSINGS

Water based dressings are versatile products that can be used on the exterior and interior of your ride. They are usually white and creamy in texture and come in spray and cream format. In terms of shine, they can offer anywhere from a low satin sheen to a high shine.

OIL BASED DRESSINGS

Oil based dressings can be used on exterior surfaces such as trim and tires. They are usually clear or transparent in color and offer the glossiest shine and the deepest conditioning to plastic and rubber trims.

AEROSOL DRESSINGS

Aerosol dressings are a super easy way to add shine and color richness to hard to reach areas and super intricate pieces on your car. They work especially great on intricate grilles where you would otherwise be painstaking to work with. With aerosol dressings, you can put that q-tip away and simply spray on shine!

CERAMIC TRIM COATINGS

Carbon trim coatings offer the longest protection and deepest shine. Like all protective coatings, they dry hard on the surface for the ultimate protection. A protective coating like Carbon Flex C9 Trim Coating can last up to 2 years on your plastic trim! Keep in mind that a carbon trim coating can only be applied to plastic surfaces, not rubber or vinyl.

PREP

First, you’re going to want to clean the vinyl, rubber, or plastic surface to which you are applying the dressing. A clean surface means that the dressing will be able to stick to the surface and last its longest. The dressing is going to need something to hold on to. What you’ll be pulling off is not only dirt and grime, but also old dressings that could reduce adhesion. Think about trying to stick tape on a dirty surface. The tape is not going to stick well and peel off very easily. Now, imagine you cleaned the surface and then stuck the piece of tape on. It’s going to stick much better! The same thing happens with dressings, so don’t skip the important step of cleaning the surface! You can use a premium all-purpose cleaner like Nonsense to clean the surface. Simply spray onto a microfiber towel, clean the surface, and then buff off. If need be, you can use a soft bristled brush to really get into the pores of the surface to extract deeply embedded dirt and grime.

APPLY

Next, you’re going to want to shake your dressing, then apply 2- 5 sprays or a few drops of dressing directly into a foam or microfiber applicator pad. If you are looking for super precise application, try using a foam applicator. Spread the dressing over the entire workpiece, then work and rub deep into the surface. Massage it gently like you would skin. This way, you are getting into all the pores of the surface. Buff off any excess with a clean microfiber towel. Wait 5 – 10 minutes, then add additional layers as needed. If you happen to get any dressing on your paint or glass, don’t fret. It simply wipes off with a quick detail spray!

How To Use:
  • Spray Blue Guard onto a foam or microfiber applicator.
  • Work into surface evenly, neglected areas may require additional coats
  • Let dry for 5 minutes, wipe off excess with microfiber towel.
  • Use as often as desired.
  • Formulated for exterior plastic and rubber, do not use on interior surfaces.