Why Film Cleanser?
You know Film Cleanser is a cleaner made for paint protection films and vinyl – but why a cleaner just for these surfaces?
Won’t Damage Film
You step out onto your driveway early one morning only to find a smattering of freshly laid bird droppings right on your PPF. Not sure what to do, you run to check the FAQ from your film’s manufacturer only to find they recommend harsh solvents like acetone or lacquer thinner. Sound like a bit much? You’d be right – if you’re not careful with chemicals like these, you could end up burning right through your film. You shouldn’t have to risk ruining your film just to get it clean! That’s what makes Dr. Beasley’s Film Cleanser the best choice for ridding your PPF of tough contaminants – it’s 100% solvent free, so you can use as much as you want without worrying about damaging your film.
Remove Stubborn Contaminants Before They Can Etch
When you see insect remains or bird droppings on your film, you have to clean them as soon as possible to stop them from etching through the plastic. Wait too long and you may have to get the whole film replaced! That’s why you’ll want to have Film Cleanser on hand before disaster strikes – that way, you won’t be scrambling for the right cleaner while bug juice is dissolving your film.
How Does It Work?
When sprayed on to a contaminated thermoplastic surface area, Film Cleanser clings to contaminants to break them down at the chemical level. After a few minutes, the cleanser can be wiped away and the surface will be contaminant-free. For more stubborn contaminants, several applications may be needed.
1. Spray on to contaminated area.
2. Let sit for 1-2 minutes, then wipe down with microfiber towel.
3. If contaminant remains, repeat steps 1-2 and allow for longer dwell time.
Dr. Beasley’s Suggests:
Do not allow product to dry.
Do not scrub or use unnecessary pressure when wiping down.
If applied to a ceramic coated film, re-apply coating to the affected area after use.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous area to check surface compatibility.