Fireball Pirouette can be used as stand alone protection or as a top-up for a ceramic coated vehicle. Pirouette contains over 5% SiO2; which is the same base as hard ceramic coatings. Pirouette has enough lubrication to be used on lightly dusty vehicles too as a final wipe down product; increasing shine and adding a slick, hydrophobic top layer.
Pirouette is best used after the wash process. Simply wash and dry your ceramic coated (or non ceramic coated) vehicle and finish off the process with an application of Fireball Pirouette. Pirouette will add life to your ceramic or nano coating. The formula goes a long way. On average you only need one mist per panel - and one bottle should do 30+ cars with a durability of up to 6 weeks. Fireball Pirouette was formerly known as Fireball Ultimate Coating Wax.
QTY: 500ml Spray Bottle, 4000ml Trade Tub
Nb. 500ml bottle supplied with a spray trigger.
What's the difference between Fireball Pirouette & Fireball Grace? Well, the way Fireball has set up these two products is with a slightly different intention. Pirouette is a longer-lasting product that is designed also as a top-up layer for ceramic coatings, but can suffer from not being as user friendly for first time SiO2 users. Grace is a shorter lasting product but is extra slick and easier to apply without excess buffing and fluffing around. Grace is also designed to be a stand-alone spray sealant!
Pirouette needs to be thoroughly shaken before use. Remember that you should get 30+ cars out of one bottle. A little goes a long way. Always start with a clean surface to get the best results. Avoid applying to a hot surface or in the sun.
Spray a light mist of Pirouette onto a clean surface. We recommend working one panel at a time. Using a microfibre towel spread the product across the surface of the panel (but do not buff it away). Wait for up to 60 seconds before buffing away any excess product with a second, seperate microfibre towel. Repeat until all panels are finished. Full curing takes 2 hours so it is advisable to not let a freshly coated vehicle touch water for at least that amount of time.