FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When starting with a new bottle, turn nozzle to ON position, spray briefly to clear the nozzle tube. A liquid will come out. Then shake the bottle to mix the ingredients well. Now when you spray, FujiWax will be a waxy foam. Shake well before each use.
Using FujiWax on vehicles
1. If excessively dirty, thick mud or gritty particles Pre-wash the vehicle to remove.
2. FujiWax can be applied to body of vehicle, plastic, rims and glass. In fact, any hard, non-porous surface. Not recommended for suede leather or cloth (it might remove the color). FujiWax can be sprayed directly onto the surface, or first onto a cloth when targeting small surfaces.
3. Use a terry cloth or micro-fiber cloth (non-scratchy cloth) to distribute the wax evenly across the surface. (Clothes will usually become dirty.) Let stand for 10 to 20 seconds, then polish with a clean, dry micro-fiber cloth.
Using FujiWax as a cleaner.
FujiWax will remove bugs, grimes, dirt and a lot more. For best results, spray FujiWax directly on to the surface, and let it soak. It does not hurt the body of the car to leave FujiWax on for many minutes. Soaking takes as long as it takes. Sometimes it only takes seconds, sometimes it requires many minutes of soaking. FujiWax does tend to slide off vertical surfaces, and so respray to permit soaking on sides and fronts of vehicles.
If you have to rub hard, you did not soak your blotch surface long enough.
Clients and valued users have also reported success in removing: bird droppings, felt pen markings, tree saps, brake dust, tape and chewing gum, oils, grease, glues, and much more.
Using FujiWax to clean plastic headlight covers.
Due to the wide variety of headlight plastics, and previous mis-treatments of headlights by owners, we cannot guaranty that all headlight will fully clear. However, because most users do report considerable success in getting the hazy, frosty look off of their headlight covers, it is worth mentioning. FujiWax contains no harsh abrasives. Simply spray directly onto the headlight, let it soak for anywhere from 1 minute to 20 minutes, then wipe off with microfiber. It is best to do this in the shade, or on a cool day, so that the wax does not dry during the process.
Using FujiWax on rims.
Spray on to rims, or dab on with a cloth. Let it soak (not all rims are the same, not all brake pads are the same). This could take seconds or many minutes, so be patient. Wipe off with a rag, or spray off with a hose in the street. Polish with micro-fiber if needed.
Now the wax will form a protectant layer making your rims easier to keep clean.
RVs, campers, caravans, fifth wheels, motor homes, etc.
Fiberglass and aluminum.
· FujiWax will remove bugs and black streaks from the sides of recreational vehicles. For best results, spray FujiWax directly on to the bugs and black streaks.
· A useful technique for removing bugs and black streaks from larger areas, is to spray from a distance of about a foot, quickly moving along, so as to only leave a thin mist on the surface. You will consume less product this way. Then let it soak for a while.
· Can be used on manufacturer’s vinyl decals, and also on windows, showers, etc.
Boats, pontoons, watersport vehicles, etc.
FujiWax will help remove bugs, black streaks, water lines, etc from water vehicles. For best results, spray FujiWax directly on to the bugs and water line, and let it soak.
FujiWax helps to keep away algae and of course the water will slide off it, making the boat easier to keep clean.
Motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, etc. And helmets and visors.
· Use FujiWax instead of water to clean your machine and avoid getting water on your nuts and bolts.
· FujiWax can be applied to body of vehicle, chrome, fairing, rims and windshields. Not recommended for cloth and certain types of leather (it might remove the color).
· Because FujiWax contains no harsh abrasives, you can remove bugs from the windshield without scratching it. And the bugs won’t stick as much the next time.
Airplanes, helicopters and drones.
FujiWax can be applied to body of plane, plastic and glass. FujiWax does tend to slide off vertical surfaces, so reapply if needed. Then permit soaking on sides or underbody of the plane.
Using FujiWax in the home.
Using FujiWax on showers:
· Use FujiWax to clean and wax shower doors, windows and walls.
· Works well on shower tiles, glass, acrylic, fiberglass, and hard vinyls and resins.
· Distribute FujiWax across the surface of the shower by spraying it on the surface or rubbing it on with a cloth. It is often effective in removing soap scum, if you let it soak for a while first. Then polish it with a dry microfiber.
· Applying FujiWax to your shower will reward you with much less soap scum because the water will slide off much easier.
Using FujiWax on house windows, on mirrors, glass table tops, touch screens, etc:
· First do fast cleaning with a damp cloth to remove the heavy dirt, then…
· Technique 1: Spray FujiWax onto the window or onto a dry rag. Clean the window. Polish with a dry micro-fiber until clear.
· Technique 2: Spray FujiWax onto a wet rag. Clean the window. Polish with a dry micro-fiber until clear.
Using FujiWax on stainless steel appliances and chrome fixtures:
· It cleans and help renews the look of stainless steel. And many customers have reported a reduction of fingerprints and water marks once FujiWax has been applied.
· FujiWax has been helpful in cleaning glass-ceramic stove top surfaces. Spray and soak. Then polish.
Using FujiWax on wooden or metallic blinds:
Wet a microfibre cloth and wring out. Apply a small amount of FujiWax to the micro-fiber and wipe down your blinds. Now because of the wax, the dust will now accumulate much slower.
Using FujiWax for dusting:
Apply a small amount of FujiWax to a dry micro-fiber and wipe down your surfaces. The dust will now accumulate much slower.
Use FujiWax helps to remove grease from range hoods, ceiling fans, etc.
Use FujiWax on cupboards and counter tops such as melamine, thermoplastic or arborite.
Many other uses for FujiWax:
· On garden furniture: FujiWax acts as a cleaner and your furniture will stay cleaner longer because the water slides off the waxed surface.
· On sheds, house siding, stair ramps, metal or vinyl doors, etc.
· Use FujiWax to clean the edge of your fiberglass swimming pool.
· Clean your BBQ doors and wings.
· Clean bird feeder domes.
· Glass inside your fireplace.