BULLET Q & A
Your Questions about Bullet and the Answers
Q. If another polish or wax has been used on the car recently, is there
any problem with using Bullet Polish products over the top of the existing products?
A. With the exception of our Ceramics rang & RebootFX,No problems at all, although a good wash down of the vehicle is always recommended before applying Bullet Polish products. With RebootFX we recommend that there be no wax products left on surfaces before applying this product. To use our ceramics range & RebootFX the car must be free of all other waxes & sealants before application.
Q. With the metal polish is there any advantage in adding Hi-Shine
and/or the Carnauba spray wax on top?
A. Yes as it all adds to the layers of protection against UV rays & airborne polutants, although the metal polish does last quite a long time on its own.
Q. Would you apply the Crème Glaze on top of Hi-Shine after the 48 hour cure period?
A. There really is no need to as Hi Shine is a once a year product so it will water bead and shine for a year. It is also an entirely different product as there is no Carnauba in it just polymers. Crème Glaze has a slight cut in it and we do not really want to disturb the surface of the Hi Shine once it has cured.
Q. I'm assuming there's a different market for the Carnauba spray wax spray and Crème Glaze, with the traditionalist favouring the Crème Glaze?
A. Long answer… The Crème Glaze is a Carnauba Wax crème with a slight cut to it therefore removes stains whilst being worked, then shines brilliantly when buffed. The Carnauba spray wax is either a “Stand alone” product in its own right or can be applied over Hi Shine, 357, metal polish & Crème Glaze as a “Maintenance” product.
Q. How long does the Crème Glaze last on the vehicle? (on the basis the Carnauba spray wax lasts a few months)
A. Short but long answer… We know that the Creme Glaze will water bead and shine for up to 3 months. The Carnauba spray wax will give protection and water beading after just one coat for up to 6 months.
Q. I like the idea of the cut-o-meter on the Crème Glaze page. Do you have figures for the colour restorer and hi-shine?
A.Hi Shine has no cut in it; it is just a high Gloss Polymer sealant.
Bullet 357 has a cut of 3 on the cut-o-meter.
Q. My narrowboat paintwork is dull, why is this?
A. The reason for this question is the dreaded oxidized or stained paintwork possibly with a few scratches thrown in.
What is oxidation?
And to answer that without getting hugely technical I have an illustration here: