Water repellent rinse aid for coating your car quickly via spray bottle/pressure washer.
Applying spray sealants using a hand sprayer, pressure washer dosing bottle or foam cannon is one of the fastest ways you can protect a car; it also helps rinse water run off the car after a bucket wash to keep water spots at bay.
To use, simply wash your car (two bucket method please!) and rinse. Leave wet – don’t dry – then apply Glatt. It won’t foam, but it will cover your car in a hydrophobic coating that will help water and contamination run off the bodywork (minimising water spots), and even prevent contaminants from sticking to it in the future.
After applying Glatt, rinse thoroughly with water. And that's it. Job done. Although for the best results, we'd always suggest drying the car afterwards with a soft microfibre cloth (or cloths). Don’t use your finest drying towel as it may become water repellent over time; use some smaller buffing microfibre cloths if you need to.
Why buff it dry? If you don’t, you may be left with regular watermarks after the rinse, but also streaks and smears if you accidentally over-applied Glatt. It's a strong sealant after all.
But once you become familiar with Glatt and how it works, you’ll love it. The shine and water behaviour is outstanding for a coating that takes mere seconds to apply.