Collection: Detailing Spray

Detailing spray, also known as quick detailer or quick shine spray, is a versatile product used in car detailing to quickly clean and enhance the appearance of your vehicle's exterior surfaces. It's often used as a finishing touch after washing and as a maintenance product between full detailing sessions. Detailing spray can help remove light dust, fingerprints, water spots, and minor contaminants while adding a glossy and slick finish to your car's paintwork. Here's how to use detailing spray effectively:

Materials You'll Need:

  • Detailing spray product
  • Microfiber towels or cloths


  1. Clean Surface: Before using detailing spray, make sure the surface is relatively clean and free from heavy dirt or grime. Detailing spray is not meant to replace regular washing but to enhance the appearance of clean surfaces.
  2. Choose the Right Product: There are various detailing sprays available on the market, each with its unique formulation and features. Some offer added protection, while others focus on enhancing gloss or repelling water. Choose a product that aligns with your specific needs and preferences.
  3. Shake the Bottle: Many detailing sprays have a combination of ingredients that might separate when the product sits for a while. Shake the bottle well before using to ensure even distribution of the ingredients.
  4. Mist the Surface: Spray a light mist of detailing spray onto the surface you want to clean and enhance. Start with a small section, such as a panel of the car's paintwork.
  5. Wipe Gently: Immediately after spraying, use a clean and dry microfiber towel to gently wipe and buff the surface. The detailing spray will help encapsulate light dirt and contaminants, making it easier to lift them away without scratching.
  6. Flip and Fold the Towel: As you wipe the surface, occasionally flip and fold the microfiber towel to expose a clean side. This prevents dirt or debris trapped in the towel from scratching the paint.
  7. Check for Streaks: After wiping, check for streaks or residue. If you notice streaks, use a clean, dry part of the microfiber towel to gently buff and remove them.
  8. Continue Section by Section: Repeat the process on other sections of the car's exterior. Work panel by panel to ensure that you cover the entire vehicle.
  9. Use on Various Surfaces: Detailing spray is not limited to paintwork. You can also use it on glass, chrome, plastic trim, and even the interior surfaces (such as the dashboard) to add a clean and shiny finish.
  10. Regular Maintenance: Detailing spray is a great maintenance product to use between more thorough detailing sessions. It helps keep your car looking its best without the need for a full wash.
  11. Store Properly: Always store your detailing spray in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures.

Detailing spray is a convenient and effective way to maintain the appearance of your car's exterior surfaces, especially when you don't have time for a full wash. It provides a quick refresh and adds a glossy finish, enhancing the overall look of your vehicle.