How To Use



(Oxide Reducing Emulsion)


A unique formulation of antioxidants, surfactants, solvents, aromatic hydrocarbons and emulsifiers.

L’Oxide Reducing Emulsion reacts with, and absorbs, oxidized products that have formed on clear coats and paints, and also on fiberglass. The application will provide a glossy finish – not as glossy as a professional repainting – but an easy Do-It-Yourself operation at a fraction of repainting cost.

The emulsion will also remove oxide products that cause the hazy and dull appearance on headlight lenses, providing a brighter appearance and better night time illumination.

Directions – Car Clear Coat & Paint

  • Preparation – This is a really important
    • All loose dirt, oxides residue, and old polish and wax residues must be removed to allow the emulsion to contact the oxidized areas. Failure to do this may result in a streaky looking finish.
    • A preferred cleaning method uses a normal hand wash (not a commercial car wash) using a typical liquid dish washing soap and a sponge. Hard rubbing is NOT required.
    • Do NOT use any car washing soaps or liquids containing waxes or polishes
    • Thoroughly rinse off the surfaces to remove all soap suds and any remaining soap film.
    • Allow the car to completely dry.
  • Application – Note that each bottle is wrapped in an absorbent grey cloth for transportation. This wrapping Must NOT be used to apply the emulsion.
  • Apply the emulsion using an open weave white cotton cloth to all affected panels (usually the hood, roof and trunk). A piece of an old white cotton tank top, undershirt or T-Shirt is very suitable.
  • Wipe on a thin layer of emulsion. A 2 oz bottle is enough to treat 2 complete vehicles.
  • A thick layer will NOT improve results and may form ridges that are very hard to remove
  • Best results are obtained at temperatures above 50° F. (10° C) but panel surfaces should NOT be hot.
  • A dust free environment is NOT required.
  • After several hours, press a fingertip lightly onto the surface. If the fingerprint remains, allow a longer time for the initial set.
  • After a light fingerprint is no longer visible, vehicle may be driven while emulsion continues to set, but do not expose to moisture (rain, sprinklers, fog, frost or snow) for 24 hours, as this will likely cause a streaky finish and/or water spots
  • When fully set (allow 3 to 5 days at least) a second coat should be applied for a better and longer lasting finish.
  • Before applying the second coat, wash off any dirt with plain water and a sponge. Allow to dry.


  • It is not necessary to apply polish over the set emulsion, but a polish such as Carnauba wax can be applied. However, a second coat of emulsion will provide a comparable finish.
  • Remember, if additional coats of emulsions are to be applied at a later date, any polish or wax layer must be removed before the application.

Directions – Headlight Lenses

  • Wash and dry the headlight lenses to remove any loose dirt and oxides.
  • Using a cotton cloth, wipe on a thin layer of emulsion and if necessary, wipe off any excess.

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Application is an easy Do-It-Yourself (DIY) procedure to restore faded and oxidized car paints and rejuvenate peeling clear coat.

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