Auto Finesse Dressle is a multi-purpose dressing for exterior and interior trims. In our opinion, it serves as an excellent engine bay dressing, as it's very easy to apply, dries fully in a relatively short space of time and leaves all plastic, vinyl and rubber surfaces looking like new. It's also a good choice for interior use in cases where a subtle finish (in terms of shine and scent) is required (e.g. in many high-end German-made cars), and makes short work of conditioning rubber door seals too. While Auto Finesse state that it's suitable for use on exposed exterior trims, our own experiences with it have confirmed that its durability is rather limited under typical British weather conditions, which restricts its usefulness in this role to the summer months only. In summary, Auto Finesse Dressle is a strong performer and well worth adding to your collection.
Adds ProtectionYes(UV Absorbers)
Durability1 Month +(Average Value)
Shine Level4/10(Single Coat)
Auto Finesse Dressle is a highly versatile water-based dressing for exterior and interior trims. Unlike many traditional dressings, Auto Finesse Dressle contains no oils, waxes or petroleum distillates and doesn't leave behind oily or greasy residues. Instead, it dries fully to the touch and produces a long-lasting satin look finish that repels dust, soiling and staining; treated surfaces therefore stay cleaner for longer, reducing the need for maintenance. Auto Finesse Dressle also contains advanced UV inhibitors, which help to protect all plastic, vinyl and rubber surfaces against harmful UV radiation from the sun. It gives excellent results on dashboards, door cards, vinyl convertible tops, exterior mouldings, honeycomb grills and engine bay trims, and regular use will keep such surfaces in tip top condition and looking like they did the day the car your car rolled out of the factory.
|Contains UV Absorbers||Yes|
|Durability||1 month +|
|Layerable||Yes (allow 6 hours between coats)|
|Suitable For||Plastic, rubber and vinyl surfaces|
How To Use
For use on engine bays and intricate exterior trims, such as vents and honeycomb grills, clean and dry all surfaces first. Then spray Auto Finesse Dressle on liberally and leave it to dry for 4-6 hours. At first you may not believe that this method will work, but trust us it does; it will dry fully and it will deliver far superior results compared to trying to dress the same surfaces by wiping on the product with an applicator pad. For use on interior surfaces and door seals, spray Auto Finesse Dressle on to either a Meguiar's Even Coat Microfiber Applicator Pad or a PB Utility Towel and then wipe down the surfaces to be treated lightly and evenly before allowing them to dry. Don't be tempted to over-apply the product or buff the treated surfaces once dry; neither action is necessary, and both will result in a sub-standard finish.