Tripple is an all in one cleaner polish, enriched with pure Brazilian Carnauba. It’s easy application will deep clean paintwork, whilst glazing for shine and add a protective layer of carnauba in one easy step, making it the ultimate product for the speedy detailer.
A personal favourite of ours at the Auto Finesse HQ is Tripple all in one Polish. Tripple removes stubborn oxidation and contamination using deep cleansing solvents, while gently refining the finish to a high gloss with fast-acting diminishing abrasives. It leaves behind ultra-slick film formers to help obscure minor defects, and lays down a layer of T1 Grade Carnauba Wax to protect the finish, locking in the shine.
Like all Auto Finesse car care products, Tripple is formulated to suit the needs of professional detailers, but can be used with great success by detailing enthusiasts and first time detailers as well. Tripple works very quickly, creating a deep, wet, glossy finish. Its ultra-fine abrasives and effortless buffing make it an especially useful product to have on soft, temperamental paint types. On a daily driver, Tripple can provide a month or more of durable protection.
Auto Finesse Tripple is a great detailing product for time pressed professional enhancement details, or dedicated enthusiasts looking for a quick ‘pick-me-up’ on well maintained vehicles. Tripple is a superb product for first time detailers who don’t have access to expensive machinery, but are looking for a good hand polish to improve the finish of their car or motorcycle. Due to its unique properties, Tripple is also a good choice for classic car owners looking to breathe new life into their original single-stage finishes, preserving them for future generations to enjoy.
Auto Finesse Tripple all in one polish can be used on its own, or as the base for Tough Coat, or any of our Carnauba Waxes for superior beauty, durability, and protection. Hand, dual-action, or rotary polisher can apply Tripple. If you are looking for a time saving All In One Polish, Tripple is sure to impress.
Hand Application –
We recommend using either a Microfiber, or Dual Foam applicator pad. Apply a small-coin sized drop of product to the applicator, and work into the paint with light pressure until the residue turns clear. You may use either circular, or linear hand motions. For best results, confine yourself to working a small area at a time (No larger than 18 by 18 square inches, or 45 by 45 square centimeters.), and leave the product to haze for several minutes before buffing off the residue using a Microfiber Towel. For maximum polishing performance, use a Microfiber Applicator, or the white side of the Dual Foam applicator pad. For maximum gloss, or when working on very soft paint types, we recommend to use the black side of the Dual Foam applicator pad for ultimate finishing potential.
Dual Action Polisher –
For application by Dual Action (DA) polisher, we recommend using a light foam finishing or polishing pad. For this, our Supreme Finishing Pad would be ideal. Apply 2-3 small-coin sized drops to the pad, and spread onto a small area of the paint (No larger than 18 by 18 square inches, or 45 by 45 square centimeters.) using the lowest setting on the machine. Afterwards, work the product in using slow, even overlapping passes, light pressure, and a moderate speed setting (Circa 4000 OPM’s.) until you see the residue starting to turn clear. At this stage back the speed down to its lowest, or second lowest setting, and reduce pressure for one more pass. Leave the residue to haze for a few minutes, and buff off using a Microfiber towel. For maximum gloss and finishing potential, a foam finishing pad is ideal. For maximum polishing performance, or when working on harder paint types, we would recommend a slightly firmer foam polishing pad.
Rotary Polisher –
For application by Rotary Polisher, we recommend using a light foam finishing or polishing pad. For this, our Supreme Finishing Pad would be ideal. Apply 2-3 small-coin sized drops to the pad, and spread onto a small area of the paint (No larger than 18 by 18 square inches, or 45 by 45 square centimeters.) using the lowest speed setting on the machine. Afterwards, increase the speed to a maximum of 1000 RPM, working the product in using slow, even overlapping passes. Once you see the residue starting to turn clear, back the speed down to its lowest setting for one more pass. Leave the residue to haze for a few minutes, and buff off using a Microfiber towel. For maximum gloss and finishing potential, a foam finishing pad is ideal. For maximum polishing performance, or when working on harder paint types, we recommend a slightly firmer foam polishing pad.
A little professional trick is to use Auto Finesse Tripple to polish and protect the door shuts or jambs, exactly as you would exterior paint. This makes them easier to clean, and completes that ‘freshly detailed’ appearance every time you step into your vehicle