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Nanolex Reactivating Shampoo

by Nanolex

We Say

Nanolex Reactivating Shampoo is a specialist maintenance shampoo that breaks the bond between road grime and exterior surfaces while simultaneously laying down a fresh film of synthetic nano-scale protection. This not only restores previously applied layers of protection, but also boosts their self-cleaning properties, most notably during the winter months. While absolutely the best choice for washing and maintaining the finishes produced by the Nanolex Si3D range of coatings, it can also be used to great effect on surfaces protected with other coatings, sealants and hybrid waxes.

Key Features

Cleaning Strength8/10(Compared To Others)
Recommended Dosage50 ml(In A PB Clear Wash Bucket)
Sudsiness8/10(Compared To Others)


Nanolex Reactivating Shampoo is a maintenance shampoo that cleans and protects exterior surfaces in a single, easy step. While washing your car, the advanced formula forms a molecular bond with previously applied layers of protection and restores them. Surfaces sealed with coatings, sealants and hybrid waxes become better protected as a result, and water beading is noticeably enhanced (which aids self-cleaning via the Lotus Effect). Nanolex Reactivating Shampoo also contains a high-tech rinse aid that will leave your car almost completely dry after rinsing off, thus making drying off easier.


More Information
Adds Protection Yes
Chemical Basis Detergent-based
Cleaning Strength
Enhances Gloss Yes
Number Of Washes Per Bottle
Recommended Dilution Ratio 400:1 (water:product)
Recommended Dosage 50 ml (in a PB Clear Wash Bucket)
Size 750 ml
Strips Coatings No
Strips Sealants And Waxes No
pH 5 (acidic)

How To Use

For best results use at a dilution rate of 400:1 (water:product), which equates to 50 ml in a PB Clear Wash Bucket. Simply add the correct amount of shampoo to your suds bucket and then fill it to the top with warm water, stirring it as it fills. If your water pressure is low and relatively few suds are produced, blast a little cold water into the bucket with your hose or pressure washer (submerging the nozzle first); this will generate more suds.