Wipe New ReColor FAQs

Wipe New ReColor FAQs

  • 1.

    Do I have to wear gloves when using ReColor by Wipe New®

    We recommend wearing the included gloves when applying ReColor by Wipe New® because once dry it can be difficult to remove from your skin, and may also be slightly irritating to some people.
  • 2.

    What if I start applying and have to stop? Can I start again later? Will the results match?

    Once you start applying ReColor by Wipe New® to a surface, we recommend that you complete that entire surface before stopping (for example, if you start treating a table, finish the entire table before stopping). Stopping and starting again later on the same surface may, in some cases, lead to a visible difference in the final result due to variations in humidity, light, temperature, and other factors. If you must stop and start again later, try to stop at inconspicuous spot on the surface.
  • 3.

    What if it rains after I apply ReColor by Wipe New®

    ReColor by Wipe New® must cure for 24 hours prior to being exposed to any type of moisture including rain, puddles, dew, sprinklers, mist, etc. If a treated surface gets wet prior to the end of the 24-hour curing period, spotting or streaking may occur.
  • 4.

    What is the purpose of the applicator brush?

    The sponge tip of the applicator brush will allow you to touch up small nooks and crannies around your headlights, grill inserts, rear view mirrors, interior HVAC vents, and other hard to reach areas. Simply dip the sponge tip into your ReColor by Wipe New® bottle and apply in the desired area.
  • 5.

    Will ReColor by Wipe New® damage my clothes?

    ReColor by Wipe New® contains no dyes, however, it does harden as it dries and may damage your clothing.