Originally Posted by bus3
So I should wash the car again to get rid of the oily haze?
Have tried misting on a little spray detailer and then wiping with a slowly and gently with a clean, soft microfiber towel?
Like this? The Final Wipe
After all the work is done, when it’s time to give the paint the final wipe-down before you stand back and say to yourself it is finished
, and then you take your pride and joy for a spin around the block or turn the keys back over to the owner, you usually want and need to give the paint a final wipe-down
to insure you didn’t miss any spots and to remove any trace residues off the paint that can stand out like a sore thumb in the right light at the right angle that will so easily distract everyone’s attention from the work of art you’ve created.
This technique can often times help you to remove any stubborn streaks or uneven looking areas on the paint, and it’s exactly opposite of what I’ve often seen enthusiasts and detailers do my entire car detailing life. The Technique
The technique is to wipe the paint down slowly using your best, premium quality microfiber polishing cloth
using gentle, even pressure. Fold your polishing cloth 4-ways to provide plenty of cushion to help spread out the pressure from your hand as best as you can over the face of the folded microfiber.
Fold your microfiber polishing cloth to create plenty of cushion to help spread out the pressure from your hand and to give you 8 dedicated wiping sides.
The secret to this technique is purposefully moving your hand and wiping cloth s-l-o-w-l-y
over the paint, not like a spastic crazy guy moving his hand at light-speed over the surface.
Is so and that's not working then sure, go ahead and wash the car.