- Eraser is an intense cleaner designed to dissolve oil particles and remove polish residue to prepare the paintwork for Cquartz.
- When you wipe down your polished vehicle with Eraser Intense Oil & Polish Cleanser, you’re removing oils, fillers, and dust completely.
- Application of CQuartz or your chosen LSP will bond much better and create a long-lasting shine with great protection while giving the user peace of mind as to the quality of the surface prior.
- Eraser also has anti-static components to resist dusting after wiping. The paint will stay dust-free while you’re in the process of applying Cquartz so you don’t have to keep re-cleaning panel by panel.
- Eraser contains no silicone and is completely safe for use in paint shops and body shops.
- Eraser smells great, which is definitely not true of a homemade IPA! CarPro Eraser Intense Oil & Polish Cleanser is the next step and an evolution beyond IPA.
- Prepare your vehicle for the best results with Cquartz by erasing oil and polish residue.
- Due to Eraser key ingredients & make up Eraser also makes a fantastic glass cleaner and degreaser. It leaves a streak free finish, to glass every time with the added benefit of a static free finish so the glass stays cleaner longer.
- Flip and change out your towels often as you work across the vehicle.
Glass Cleaning Directions:
- Pair with a Cloudbuster glass cleaning towel for superior results.
- Spray the surface.
- Wipe surface using Cloudbuster or quality non-linting microfiber (Primary towel)
- Follow with secondary towel that you do not allow to become saturated with cleaner (Secondary Towel)
Additional Glass Cleaning Tips
- Clean interior glass last (after all interior dressing is complete)
- Fold glass cleaning towel twice (into quarters) When in use keep flat and folded so cleaning and wiping pressure is evenly distributed.
- Never finish glass with a dirty or saturated towel
- On interior of glass - finish in left to right direction. / On exterior of glass - finish in vertical direction. / In this manner you can easily identify which side of the glass a streak is on IF you see one after cleaning.