PureWax | New Zealand
PureWax Nano Clay Towel 30 x 30 cm
Introducing the latest and greatest tool for paint decontamination. 1000’s of professional and novice detailers have switched to PureWax Nano Clay Towel. With the introduction of this new technology, you are able to whisk away bonded contaminants faster than ever before. Special polymerised rubber technology allows quick and easy removal of bugs, tar, overspray, rail dust particles and many other industrial pollutants that are attacking your vehicle’s surface every day. Completely 100% safe to use on all parts of your vehicle including paint, glass & wheels.
What makes PureWax Nano Clay Towel different from all other decontamination options is the extended use it offers. Decontaminate up to 50 averaged sized vehicles with just 1 x PureWax Nano Clay Towel. Unlike conventional detailers clay that collects and stores dislodged contaminants within its structure thus weakening its effectiveness, PureWax Nano Clay Towel quickly releases these accumulated harmful pollutants with just a quick flush. After each section just rinse with your choice of lubricant or water and it’s as good as new. Don’t worry if you drop your PureWax Nano Clay Towel because dirt and debris is just a rinse away allowing for even more use.
Larger surface contact area also means greater particle removal with every gentle swipe. No need to scrub the surface with PureWax Nano Clay Towel either, just lightly wipe back and forth and that’s it! Special microfibre backing material creates an extra soft buffer to reduce particle scoring on the surface. This greater contact area also means that you’ll be able to get the job done much faster. Many report as much as 50% reduced touch time allowing you to concentrate your attention on more of the little details your car deserves.
• Quick removal of surface contaminants.
• Easy to use with less effort.
• Leaves surface smooth as glass. PureWax Nano Clay Towel works fast and achieves professional results with the new advanced polymerised rubber technology, the next generation of surface preparation.