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What is Quickshine Detailer?

If you want all the benefits of Simoniz but don’t have time to wax, then use Simoniz Quickshine Detailer Wax. Simply spray on and wipe off for a beautiful shine and instant protection. The easy to use trigger spray is perfect for topping up between waxes, or for achieving a glossy finish on the go. The added carnauba wax provides extra protection and durability to care for your paintwork, and can be used on all finishes, so you can create a showroom finish on your paintwork any time. We pour decades of experience into each bottle and have a range of valeting products to help you care for your car.

  • Guaranteed instant protection and shine
  • Carnauba wax for added durability
  • Leaves no white residue
  • Solvent free
  • Simply spray on for quick waxing

Restore your car’s bodywork effortlessly between waxes with Simoniz Quickshine Detailer.

 

Frequently asked questions:

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Resin from trees, bird deposits and road dirt can all harm your paintwork. Where possible, avoid parking under trees. To create a protective layer between your car's exterior and the environment, apply a good quality wax such as Simoniz Original Wax.

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If the scratches are very fine, then you can try polishing. Wash and dry your car first, then apply Simoniz Colour Restorer Polish, using a special Simoniz Microfibre Polishing Cloth. Work the polish into the affected area using a circular motion. Work on small areas and leave to dry just to a haze and then buff to a shine. Using a Simoniz Wax after polishing will protect your paintwork from further damage. If the scratches are larger, deeper and more visible, you will most likely need to respray the area.

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Simoniz Original Wax is a hard, durable wax which can last up to 12 months.

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If your car paintwork is hot, valeting products like shampoos and wax polishes have a tendency to dry quickly. If the products are not rinsed or buffed off before drying, they can leave white marks and streaks that can take a lot of effort to remove. They should ideally be used on cool surfaces, so avoid washing and waxing in hot sunshine. Try parking in the shade to allow the car to cool first.

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