Graphene VRT™ has additionally been formulated to contain the same reduced graphene-oxide ceramic resins that are built into our other graphene products, such as Graphene Detail Spray™, allowing for a curing characteristic to be added to a traditional water-based, silicone vinyl, rubber, and trim dressing.
Naturally, one direct comparison many will make is Graphene Tire Dressing™ and Graphene VRT™ - how are they different? Much of the difference is related to details “under the hood” – what is the ratio of the different silicone fluids, what polymers and resins are included or missing, how the emulsions are built for their intended purpose – but the largest difference is obviously the viscosity. The two formulations are made to suite different purposes in the detailing process.
Graphene VRT™ is about versatility for use on many substrates and the thicker viscosity aids clinging so it doesn’t run on a vertical surface. It will work similarly to the Graphene Tire Dressing™ on tires, but the decision is do you want a crème-lotion or do you want to be able to spray and wipe? Both will provide a very satin-sheen, or can be layered to a semi-gloss, while being very durable and resistant to weather events and washes.
Instructions for General Use:
Common Sense Warning:
Graphene VRT™ won’t sling once allowed to dry and properly cure. Leaving excess product on the surfaces and not leveling the dressing may result in unwanted sling onto vehicle once moving or an uneven appearance on plastic trim.