Wash, dry, preserve and polish. If you want to really care for your vehicle’s paintwork, you need time and dedication. But you can also get sheen with protection much faster: Spray on, wipe off and you’re done. The new Quick Detailer by LIQUI MOLY makes it possible.
The name says it all: “Detailing is extremely intensive vehicle care down to the last detail,” says Dieter Otto. At LIQUI MOLY, he is the expert for vehicle care. But anyone who suspects that the new product has been developed exclusively for care enthusiasts is mistaken. “Our new product is also aimed at pragmatists,” says Otto, “because a great result is achieved with comparatively little effort.”
The Detailer not only adds shine, it also tackles dirty jobs. Dust, paw marks from martens or cats, and even bird droppings, are effortlessly removed by the spray. “There are dry shampoos for hair. The comparison is obvious, but it falls short,” emphasizes the LIQUI MOLY expert. The newcomer to the care product range of the German specialist for vehicle chemicals is an extremely effective spray that seals smooth paintwork for several weeks and gives it a radiant deep sheen. Water beads off treated surfaces and new dirt has a hard time spreading. This applies to smooth painted surfaces as well as smooth plastic surfaces, steel and aluminum rims.
The application of the Detailer is just as versatile as its effect: The agent works on both dry and wet surfaces. “If the vehicle is still wet with morning dew, simply spray it on the paint and wipe off with a cloth,” Otto advises. A decisive factor for the result is the type of cloth. “The best thing is to use a high-pile microfiber cloth with laser cut. It prevents streaks and can absorb a lot of moisture.” The old saying is true here too: Good things come in pairs. That’s why LIQUI MOLY is also launching the ‘Polishing Microfiber Cloth’ on the market together with the care product.
Another tip from the care expert: “The pump spray bottle does not contain any flammable aerosols. So you can safely carry the Detailer in your vehicle, even in the summer.”