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Hello

I have my jeep rubicon painted with Kevlar and I can't seem to figure out how to get it looking clean. I've read in several websites just spray with water pressure (which I have many times) but I still see dirt on it, any suggestions on getting the dirt off or markings off the kevlar paint to make it look new / clean, I read to use tire foam but don't know if that works.

Thank you in advance.
 

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Welcome to the Forum josefilonlmp,

I went to the Kevlar paint website. Apparently it's some sort of no-gloss textured coating.
I'm thinking like bedliner, only with a finer texture.

Probably the best thing you can do to get it clean is wash it with car soap and use a long handled car wash brush. Hopefully the bristles on the brush will dislodge the dirt in the crevices and you can rinse it away.

Good Luck, L.M.
 
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So for those wondering how to make the kevlar look new again after wash basically going to use

Stoner Car Care - Trim Shine (Vinyl & Plastic Coating) you spray it on and spread it with a towel. Made my jeep look brand new after years of searching.
 

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I’ve got the same issue with keeping my Kevlar looking clean. Do you have a before/after pic? Also, how long have you been using the tire shine and has there been any unintended/negative side effects?
 
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