|Spray & Shine is an exterior, light duty cleaner. This pink liquid is a spray on, wipe off formula to clean, enhance and maintain painted surfaces and brightwork. It is recommended for removing bugs, smudges, spotting and light carbon buildup on exterior surfaces. This product is highly recommended for post flight wipe down of leading edge and engine inlet debris. Leave on as a film during coastal or tropical parking to preserve brightwork treated with Xzilon 3. It is also used as a lubricant/cleaner when micro-polishing paint with Grana-Clay Bars. Safe for use on Xzilon 3 coated aircraft. See XC11CL-Q on page 11 for interior use. Available in gallon, 5 gallon and 55 gallon containers. Aviation Industry Certified.|
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Everything is excellent even we have trouble weather in Texas I got are stuff overnight.
Had product 3 days after ordering FAST!! XC 11- great product cleans fast and no streaking or haze. Spray on and wipe off. Have been using for 3 years (Learjet)
I use this to wipe down the outside of my Pilatus. I dilute heavily like 30:1. If you don’t dilute it enough it will smear and leave streaks. It does a great job with the exhaust residue, but I do wax my aircraft about every 50 hours.
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