How To Remove Spray Paint Graffiti – Chemical Guys Car Care 2018


Hey guys, we’re back in the Detail Garage
with a real-life scenario for you. This Tahoe has recently been vandalized by
some inconsiderate graffiti artist. There is spray paint on the glass, rubber
and paint. I’m going to show you how easy it is to remove
using one simple product which is Butter Wet Wax. A lot of people would take this to a body
shop or through the insurance company where this would cost a couple thousands of dollars
to repaint or repair but I’m going to show you how easy it is to remove it using Butter Wet Wax. I’ve already shaken it up and using it on
a microfiber applicator with just one line to start with. Spreading the line onto the microfiber applicator. There isn’t any abrasives in here but natural
cleaning oils that gently break down the over spray to reveal the factory look. Just working back and forth I can already
see and feel that it is removing it. I’ll buff it off to show you guys. Now, we have perfect clarity on the glass
and it is also protected with a smooth finish and it is going to resist UV rays and future
contamination. It has restored that factory clarity. I’m also going to use it on the trim here
which I KNOW is a “no no” but it cleans up well using Butter Wet Wax. We will go back over it with one of our new
products Trim Clean which will prevent any staining from the wax. As you can see right there it has removed
the paint and it has a factory finish. Like I said before, you can use it on your
glass and paint. Just using the little bit of wax that is left
we’ll clean up the paint. It may be a little hard to see because the
car is kind of a darker champagne color and the paint is gold so they sort of blend together
but I’ll tell you it is coming off. Now it has a nice slick finish without the
need for polishing or caustic chemicals all you need is Butter Wet Wax. So if you guys want to learn more about this
product, head over to our website. If you like this video be sure to give it
a thumbs up and we’ll see you next time right here in the Detail Garage.