Klasse Application Guide

 

Klasse USA products have been some of the best products in the car care industry since 1979. Klasse can be found in the garages of car enthusiasts and collectors across the country and around the world. Now that you’ve read about what Klasse products can do, here are some tips on how to best use Klasse All in one and Klasse Sealant Glaze:

 


 

Klasse All-In-One Hand Application

Thoroughly wash and dry your vehicle. Remember to work in the shade.


If you feel any rough spots on your vehicle, you may use a clay bar to remove any surface contaminants that survived the washing process. It’s an optional step, but worth the extra time.

Lightly dampen a terry cloth or a microfiber applicator pad. Pour a nickel-sized amount of Klasse All-In-One on the pad and apply to one area in long, overlapping strokes. Use light pressure, but not enough to tire your arm.

Use a clean microfiber detailing towel to wipe off product, even if you can’t see residue. Complete one section before moving on to the next.

Your vehicle will be clean, polished and protected for 4 to 8 months.


Tip: To dampen your applicator pad, try using a spray wax such as Wolfgang Deep Gloss Spritz Sealant. The lubricants in the spray will make application even easier.

Tip: It takes very little Klasse All-In-One to polish your entire car. One nickel-sized drop will cover at least half, if not your entire hood, depending on how large your vehicle is. There should be little, if any, residue left on the area after you’ve applied Klasse. If you can see it, you’ve applied too much. Spread the excess until you can’t see residue. If you try to buff an area that is still wet, it will streak.

Don’t forget you can use Klasse All-In-One on your windows, wheels, chrome, headlights, and trim. Follow the same steps.

 


 

Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze Hand Application

Apply High Gloss Sealant just like you applied the All-In-One. With a damp (NOT WET) applicator pad or towel, spread a nickel-sized amount of High Gloss Sealant onto the surface in long, overlapping strokes. Go over each area a few times to ensure even, thin coverage. Remember that Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze is only for painted surfaces.

Apply glaze to the entire vehicle before you wipe off residue. The longer High Gloss Sealant sets, the better. Use a soft, microfiber towel for the best results. Make sure the residue is dry before buffing.

Feel free to apply as many coats as you like. High Gloss Sealant Glaze will not yellow or discolor your vehicle. Wait 8-12 hours before applying another coat.

Tip: If Glaze streaks, you’ve used too much product. Use a clean terry or microfiber towel to wipe the area to remove residue.

Tip: Let High Gloss Sealant Glaze set on your vehicle for as long as possible. At least 8 to 12 hours is recommended. Remember, the best things come to those who wait!

 


 

Klasse All-In-One Machine Application

Thoroughly wash and dry your vehicle.

Work in the shade. Mist a white polishing pad with water or Wolfgang Deep Gloss Spritz Sealant. Apply three short lines of Klasse All-In-One to the perimeter of the pad. Remember, a little Klasse goes a long way. If you’re using a Porter Cable 7424 Variable Speed Polisher, set it at 3.5 or 4 OPM. Place the buffer on the surface before turning it on. Work in a large, overlapping oval. You do not need to apply pressure.

Once you’ve applied the All-In-One to a section, buff off residue with a soft, terry or microfiber towel. You can also use a bonnet on your buffer. Keep the buffer at a low setting.

Buff hard-to-reach areas by hand if your buffer missed anything.

If your vehicle still has swirl marks and oxidation, you can repeat the process at a slightly higher setting, or with a cutting pad.


Tip: Instead of water, you can mist your applicator pad with Wolfgang Deep Gloss Spritz Sealant. Its lubricants will make application even easier.

If your bonnet gets gummed with residue, turn it inside out, or switch to a clean one.

Wash your foam pads in soapy water or DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator and air dry. Bonnets can be machine-washed with a mild detergent

 


 

Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze Machine Application

For best results, we recommend Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze be applied by hand to ensure even distribution. You can use a buffer, but the gloss may not be uniform.

Work in the shade. Apply three short lines of High Gloss Sealant to a finishing or glaze pad. You don’t want to use anything more abrasive because it might remove the All-In-One. With your buffer set to 3.5 or 4, work in a large, overlapping oval. You do not need to apply pressure. You may not see the product as you apply it. For reference, one application of product will cover half of a full size car’s hood.

Do the whole vehicle before you buff. You shouldn’t see much, if any, residue. Use a clean, soft microfiber or terry towel to hand buff the surface to an unbelievable shine. You can also use a bonnet on your buffer.

Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze can be layered as many times as you like with no discoloration. Wait 8 to 12 hours before buffing and then applying the next coat.

 

Tip: The longer you let Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze set on your vehicle, the better. Wait as long as possible before you buff.

Tip: If buffing is difficult or streaky, there is too much product on the surface. Mist a towel with a spray wax or water and wipe excess residue off. Then buff with a clean towel.