Due to the unique nature of graphene-oxide, we are able to formulate the same resins contained in our Graphene Ceramic Coating™ and Graphene Ceramic Spray Coating™ directly into water-based systems, such as our Adam’s Detail Spray! This added functionality allows Graphene Detail Spray™ to universally extend the life of any of our waxes, sealants and even coatings or be utilized as its own form of stand-alone protection.
Unlike Adam's CS3, Graphene Detail Spray™ is designed to work best on a clean, freshly washed surface and is not intended to act as a type of waterless wash.
- Enhance Gloss, Slickness & Depth of Color
- Generates a Highly Hydrophobic Surface
- Extends the Protection of Waxes, Sealants & Coatings
- Easy, Streak Free Finish – Safe on All Surfaces
- Shake Well Before Use - Color Separation Is Normal
- Tangy Lemon-Lime Fragrance
Instructions for General Use:
- Spray a fine mist onto one panel at a time or directly into a premium microfiber towel.
- Wipe with a premium towel such as any of Adam’s Microfiber towels.
- Flip towel over to a fresh side and wipe again for a streak free shine.
- Repeat on remainder of exterior of vehicle.
For Use When Washing as Drying Aid:
- After vehicle has been rinsed and still dripping wet, mist each panel, glass and plastics.
- Use a clean Adam’s Great White Drying Towel to dry vehicle completely.
For Use with Adam’s Visco Clay Bar:
- On a clean vehicle, spray a fine mist onto one panel at a time, including glass.
- Stretch Adam’s Visco Clay Bar to fit over Geoimpression Tool or use by hand.
- Using light-to-moderate pressure, rub clay over surface until surface feels smooth.
- Periodically fold clay to a new, clean surface once thoroughly contaminated. Repeat for all exterior panels and glass.
Common Sense Warning:
With using Graphene Detail Spray™, a little goes a long way. Spray lightly to achieve a streak free finish. Applying liberally can leave undesirable smearing or streaking. Change towel periodically, especially when laden with product. Work quickly when using in direct sunlight.