A rich paint protector available for all types of paint. Once cured, it forms a unique cross-linked matrix of amino-functional polymers (1), carnauba wax (2), and Zonyl®. Triple-X is easily applied by hand or orbital polisher, leaving an unbeatable shine and protective barrier. Lasts up to a year, even after multiple detergent washes and harsh weather. Complies with VOC regulations.
Triple-X is an advanced paint sealant formula. Engineered for durability and shine, Triple-X contains a unique blend of detergent resistant cross linking amino functional polymers, Zonyl and carnauba wax. Once applied, these ingrediants form a durable protective shield on any waxable surface protecting finishes for up to a year.
Triple-X is an easy to use product that delivers a fantastic shine thanks to its PURE #1 GRADE CARNAUBA while the Zonyl (PTFE) and and cross linking polymers provide additional durability. Perfect for paint, clearcoats, boats and RV’s.
Like other products in the Clarity1 line, Triple-X is very rich containing an abundance of quality chemicals. On cooler days (50-60F), it may take sealant up to 10 minutes to “set-up” before removing the product. Triple-X works best when applied in the direct sun, which facilitates an accelerated set-up. Applying a thin coat of product works best. Application methods include hand, orbital or rotary polisher using clean bonnets and soft finish pads.
Triple-X is very easy to use. It lays down very nicely and removal is a breeze. Dust and streak free. Following application, vehicle must remain dry for a period of 48 hours. During this period, the ingrediants will attach to the vehicle’s surface creating a long-term bond. Dew and moisture during this time should be avoided if possible.
When you want to lay down a coat of sealant that will deliver the shine of natural pure #1 carnauba yet achieve long-term protection, Triple-X will deliver.
- Size: 16 and 32 Ounce
- Color: White
- Scent: None
- Viscosity: Cream
- Body Shop Safe: No
- Contains Wax: Yes
- UV Protection: Yes
- Application Methods: Hand, Orbital, Rotary