Wipe New ReColor FAQs

Wipe New ReColor FAQs



  • 6.

    Can ReColor by Wipe New® be used on clear coat painted surfaces?

    Application to a clear coated surface is not an advertised use for ReColor by Wipe New® and is done so at the owner’s sole risk. Wipe New®’s Protection Guarantee does not extend to the use of ReColor by Wipe New® on clear coat painted surfaces.
  • 7.

    How can I remove ReColor by Wipe New®?

    Although it is more easily removed if wiped from undesirable surfaces immediately, cured ReColor by Wipe New® can be removed using a small amount of automotive polishing compound. We recommend that you apply the compound to a microfiber cloth then work it into the affected area in a circular motion. With a little time and effort the compound will remove ReColor by Wipe New® from the surface, and you can use a clean microfiber cloth to wipe away any remaining compound residue.
  • 8.

    How long will ReColor by Wipe New® last after it's applied to the surface?

    ReColor by Wipe New® is guaranteed to last for two years on most surfaces, but may require reapplication over time to surfaces that are regularly exposed to oils from the skin and/or friction such as vinyl/leather seats, benches, knobs, etc.
  • 9.

    Can ReColor by Wipe New® be removed from the surface after it has cured/dried?

    You can use extremely fine high-grit sandpaper (such as 2000 or 3000 grit) to sand the surface and remove ReColor by Wipe New®.
  • 10.

    Can I apply ReColor by Wipe New® to a fiberglass surface?

    Yes. ReColor by Wipe New® will restore shine to the surface, protect it from UV damage, and make it easier to clean. If there is any UV damage underneath the existing gel/clear coat, then Wipe New® will not remove it. Before applying, ensure the surface is thoroughly cleansed and allowed to dry completely, and protect the surface from moisture for 24 hours post-application.