Armor Tech is a spray-on solution that's been created with the aim of restoring the sleek, shiny appearance of any motorized vehicle and protecting it from the accumulation of future dirt and debris. This solution is water-based, so it's meant to be safe for use on a wide variety of materials found on the exterior of a vehicle, including the leather seats that are often part of motorcycles. Each bottle of the solution comes with a soft microfiber cloth for application purposes.
The cost of Armor Tech is $29.99 plus $8.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Armor Tech at the discounted price of only $8.99 for a total price of $47.97.
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To get started with Armor Tech, spray it onto your chosen part of the vehicle that you want to treat, such as part of the body, the windshield, or the rims of your tires. The only parts of your vehicle that you shouldn't treat with this solution are the rubber parts of your tires or anything found within your vehicle's interior. For most jobs, you'll only need a couple of squirts of the solution, so you shouldn't spray out any more than that to start.
Next, grab your soft microfiber cloth and use it to rub the solution you've sprayed out deeply into your vehicle's surface. You should only need to do this for a few minutes for the solution to do its work. Hard scrubbing won't be required, so you should be gentle as you rub your cloth from side to side, up or down, or in a circular motion.
You won't need to rinse this solution off of your vehicle after you've used it. If you don't need to treat any other parts of the vehicle, you can proceed with using it as you normally do. As you drive along, you may notice that dirt, debris, and even raindrops literally slide off the protective coating that the solution has created, without leaving residue behind as they normally would.
As vehicles age, minuscule cracks and crevices begin to form in the paint on the exterior surface of each one. Following that, pieces of dirt or debris slip into those cracks and crevices, making a car start to look dull and dirty. However, Armor Tech works to reverse this process by filling cracks in your vehicle's paint with a hydro-ceramic coating, so that dirt can't get in and your vehicle will appear shiny instead of dull. If you obtained it when it was brand new, it may end up looking as good as it did the first time you drove it home. Once you've applied this solution to your vehicle, it will last up to 20 times longer than a standard protective wax coating, and will also repel rainwater that might normally create streaks on your vehicle.
Armor Tech comes in a generously sized bottle, so if you just use a couple of squirts for each area of your vehicle that needs to be treated, frequent replacements won't be required. The fact that each bottle delivers sprays instead of requiring a user to pour the solution out will help users accurately portion the solution instead of accidentally wasting some. This will also aid in preventing the spills that often occur with bottles that make it necessary for a solution to be poured out.
This solution is water-based as opposed to being chemical-based, which makes it safe for use on a wide variety of surfaces. Even if you have an exotic car that's been made internationally with uncommon exterior materials, you won't need to worry about this solution damaging your vehicle during or after use.
Some cleaning solutions don't come with any sort of rag, but each bottle of Armor Tech comes with a soft microfiber cloth that you'll be able to use to apply the solution to your vehicle(s). Each cloth is orange, so you'll be able to clearly see the dirt you're removing from your vehicle while wiping the vehicle with it. Although you can use a different cloth to rub this solution into a vehicle if you choose, it's best to go with this microfiber one, due to its softness. Microfiber is machine washable as long as you use a low heat cycle.
Armor Tech has been made in the United States, so you can use it with the knowledge that certain safety and labor standards have been followed during its manufacturing. You can also rest assured that the ingredients used to create each solution measure up to the level of quality that Americans are used to.
Aside from vehicles that are used on the road like cars, trucks, and motorcycles, this solution can be used to make dull-looking, aging boats shine again. Each bottle of the solution is compact enough that you'll be able to store one in your boat, along with the accompanying microfiber cloth, without losing space for other items you may need.
After you've applied Armor Tech to any vehicle, you won't have to buff the vehicle with a cloth afterward, which tends to be a time-consuming task. A quick rub is all you'll need, so you may be finished polishing your car in minutes, while it might take you an hour or so without the use of this solution.
Every bottle of Armor Tech is gray and opaque in nature, so you won't be able to clearly see how much of the solution is left in your current bottle. As a result, you may not know when you need to switch to another bottle you have on hand or obtain an entirely new replacement bottle. It would be helpful if each bottle could be made transparent or at least translucent so the amount inside could be clearly seen.
When you're using Armor Tech for the first time, it's best to wash off your vehicle with water first so you can start with a vehicle that's as clean as possible. If there's already dirt in the cracks or crevices on your car's exterior, and you don't rinse your car first, your solution may end up sealing that older dirt into the cracks. Once your car has been rinsed, though, your solution will be able to more successfully seal off cracks to protect them from future dirt, as the cracks will be fairly empty to start with. After you've treated your car once with Armor Tech, you probably won't have to rinse it with ordinary water again for years—if ever again.
Some people might think they need to obtain a new vehicle each time their current one starts to look dull, but that won't be true for you once you start using Armor Tech. Instead of getting a new vehicle on a regular basis, you'll be able to restore at least most of the original attractiveness and shine of your old one, by applying this solution to its exterior.
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Yeah! I ordered this product to the tune of almost 50 dollars about 2 months ago and the website is shut down, no way to get my money back and no product. No way to contact anyone. This is a scam apparently. Don't order any of this stuff.
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Yes I just went looking for it to buy cuz I saw the commercial a few months ago and it's gone! I'm sorry for you. Did you use it? Did it at least work well?
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