Shine Bright: How to Achieve Gleaming Fuel Dispensers with PROTERO Metal Polish
A fuel dispenser's appearance can greatly affect a customer's perception of a fuel station's cleanliness and professionalism. Over time, frequent use and exposure to the elements can lead to build-up and unsightly stains. Luckily, maintaining clean fuel dispensers isn't just about cleaning away dirt and grime – it's about polishing and protecting them too. With PROTERO Metal Polish, you can ensure your equipment doesn't just look clean but also sparkles and stays protected from UV damage.
Benefits of Using PROTERO:
- Deep Cleans: Effortlessly remove fingerprints, smoke film, scuffs, and stubborn grime.
- UV Ray Protection: Constant exposure to sunlight can lead to fading and wear. PROTERO provides a protective layer against harmful UV rays, ensuring longevity in appearance.
- Sleek Finish: It leaves behind a non-oily, silicone-based film that gives the metal a polished and premium finish.
Step-by-Step Guide to Pristine Fuel Dispensers:
- PROTERO Metal Polish
- A soft cleaning cloth
Preparation: Before starting the polishing process, it's crucial to clean the surface thoroughly. Using OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner will ensure that you're working on a clean surface, free from any grime or dust.
- Prep the Surface: Ensure the affected surface is completely dry. This guarantees maximum adhesion and effectiveness of the PROTERO Metal Polish.
- Apply PROTERO: For a direct approach, spray PROTERO onto the surface needing treatment. Alternatively, you can spray the PROTERO onto your cleaning cloth and then apply it to the surface.
- Polish and Shine: With gentle, circular motions, use the cloth to spread the PROTERO and polish the surface. Continue until no excess solution remains and you achieve a gleaming finish.
- Maintenance: Depending on the usage and exposure to external factors, you might need to repeat this process regularly to maintain that perfect shine.
Editor's Note: . This post was originally published in July 2016 and has been updated in order to reflect the best practices as of October 2023.