How to get rid of the shiny finish on your car?
I can’t see how it’s any less glossy or shiny when you get a coat of Graphite powder on the back of your car, but we can all agree that that’s not the sort of thing you want.
We know the slippery texture of your paint can make it feel slippery, and the oil and lubricant will be very slippery too.
So what to do about that?
Here are some simple steps you can take to help get rid the shiny effect.1.
Oil and lubricants are more slippery than petrol2.
Oil and lubrications are less slippery than mineral oil3.
Oil can be replaced with petroleum jellyOil and mineral oil are both solid fats that have a slightly more viscosity than petrol, and oil and mineral oils can be mixed to form a gel.
This makes them slippery, but the gel itself is much harder to remove than the oil.
When oil and gel are combined, the oil will slide off the top of the gel faster than the mineral oil, so the oil can be washed away quickly.
If you want to get the gel on the car but you can’t, you can use mineral oil and oil from a petrol station.
Just be careful not to put the gel directly on the oil, as this can cause a buildup of the oil on the surface of the car.
You can also use a paint thinner on the gel, as it will stick to the oil without sticking to the paint.
You could also use something like Vaseline to make sure that the gel won’t stick to anything.
To clean up the gel residue, you’ll need to wash your car with a damp cloth and then apply a light, soapy cleaner to the area where the gel has been.
This will help to remove the oil from the surface.
Next, apply a thin coat of mineral oil on top of any of the gels you have on the cars surface, and then rub the entire car.
It should help to get any residue off the gel in this step, so that the car won’t look like it has been coated in a coating of mineral dust.