WE DIG REVIEWS !!!

WE DIG REVIEWS !!!

PATIO FURNITURE / RESTORED
September 20, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
THE TIRE TEST ---> DROP IN A TIDAL MARSH FOR A WEEK!

THE TIRE TEST ---> DROP IN A TIDAL MARSH FOR A WEEK!

Setting up for another video and hardcore test of RENEW-PRO.

Many like to use BLAK as a base treatment and follow with GLOZ...so, we are putting it to the test.

TRAILER TIRE DRY ROT PREVENTIONTIRE DRY ROT PREVENTION, BLAK & GLOZ

This trailer tire will be dropped in a tidal marsh for a week!

 

Tire SURVIVED!  We are completing the video now. AFTER 1 WEEK IN A TIDAL SALT MARSH ! ! !

TIRE DRY ROT?  /  WHY !!!

TIRE DRY ROT? / WHY !!!

https://youtu.be/8tnDfXXFTdI
July 12, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
How To Get The Word Out / Golf Pros

How To Get The Word Out / Golf Pros

 

"This stuff is working great!  

Thanks!

Lenny Versluis

Purchasing Manager | Scottsdale National Golf Club

Small business, long days... and the rewarding moments!

Small business, long days... and the rewarding moments!

"WOW.....I mean WOW. I had my doubts about this product. I searched online and saw videos but still couldn't believe it worked until I applied it to my very faded golf cart plastic parts that were almost white in some areas. My 2011 golf carts plastic parts were restored t new with very little of the product being used. I applied 2 coats 3 months ago and still looks brand new. BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!"

                  Glenn


Golf Cart renew floor mat / beforeGolf Cart renew floor mat / afterTire Dry Rot Prevention, 1 year seal

Shooting for FaceBook....

Shooting for FaceBook....

LABOR SAVER, PRESSURE WASHShooting at the Shop /  The Cart Line UpProduct Testing / The 2 Year + Seal

Golf Cart Fleet / 6 Detailng Tips & WATER SPOT REMOVAL!

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March 31, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
Why using typical 'protectants' is a BAD idea

Why using typical 'protectants' is a BAD idea



Well, how to keep this brief: so called 'protectants' are mainly water, glycol (antifreeze), and powdered sand (silica). Making this combo work requires emulsification. Silica holds mid-level UV reflective values and is harmless, but the emulsifiers and the glycol are the bad bits!
Glycol is used to maintain hydration to keep the surface wet. That old tire or faded trim looks great when it rains, right? That's what protectants do: provide temporary hydration of the substrate. Glycol is also a dangerous neurotoxin, so it's NOT good for interiors. As a final insult, the emulsifiers will eventually break down any surface, especially when it remains active due to the hydrating effect of the glycol.
Choose RENEW-PRO for a safe, dry seal that will actually protect!
February 17, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
Golf Cart Detailing can ADD $300 in value!

Golf Cart Detailing can ADD $300 in value!

We very much value feedback from the many shops using and selling the RENEW-PRO golf cart products. The one thing we often hear about is the boost in resale value that the shops are seeing when they detail their fleet with the right products.

February 17, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
Protection, Protectants, and Tire Dry Rot

Protection, Protectants, and Tire Dry Rot

Tire Dry Rot example

 

There are two main degrading agents that attack tires, plastic and vinyl: ultraviolet (UV) light and ozone. Both attack the long hydrocarbon chains of the rubber, trim, and vinyl skin by breaking these bonds, shortening the molecules with a resulting loss of elasticity and other properties.

Example tire, plastic, dry rot prevention, tire dry rot protectant

Tire manufacturers add two primary sacrificial protectants to rubber. To protect against UV, manufacturers add carbon black (the reason tires and trim are almost always black). The carbon black will turn white or gray as it absorbs the UV and protects the rubber. To protect against ozone, tire manufacturers add a wax-based sacrificial protectant. The ozone attacks the wax and gradually depletes it. As the tire rolls, additional wax is forced to the surface of the tire. This oxidized wax will appear brown on the tire surface. This ‘blooming’ slowly refreshes the surface wax protectant. A tire that has not been flexed will have the wax depleted by the ozone and will begin to degrade, crack, and rot.
Silicone and oil, which are the main ingredients in most commonly advertised protectants, actually dissolve the wax and cause premature tire sidewall cracking and failure. Nationally advertised protectants, both silicone and oil-based, also contain formaldehyde and/or other harsh petroleum surfactants. Some tire manufacturers may not honor their warranties if they detect the use of such protectant products.
Vinyl surfaces have a protective skin that is depleted by off-gassing. Silicone and oil-based protectants may also dissolve the essential oils in the skin, hastening the premature formation of cracks in the vinyl. Silicone also attracts dirt and dust particles. A quality protectant should contain a strong UV-blocking compound to bolster the efforts of the carbon black and should not contain surfactants that remain active after applied.
RENEW-PRO supplies essential co-polymer elements that restore the original composition of the surface. RENEW-PRO also creates a dry-seal ozone and UV block via zinc and titanium oxides. This technology also serves to retard the 'blooming' and 'off-gassing' processes and greatly enhances the retention of protective elements within the surface. RENEW-PRO BLAK also contains carbon black and is ideal for the restoration of faded black surfaces. RENEW-PRO products are always silicone and oil-free.
 
Dorus Rudisill
Product Development
RENEW-PRO Manufacturing, LLC
February 17, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
Some Tips on PROPER CAR WASHING

Some Tips on PROPER CAR WASHING

 

At RENEW-PRO, we tend to have a car detail and testing session each week. But before we can properly test our products, the first step is a good wash. It is critical to follow some simple guidelines to ensure that you safely remove all dirt and residue that sticks to your car’s surfaces. To start, we always recommend using a long-arm, soft-bristle brush to make it easier to get at those hard-to-reach places. Make sure you are not using just a standard plastic bristle brush. Most of these types of brushes have tips hard enough to cause micro-scratches in clear coats. Also, use a minimum of a half bucket of water. This will allow dirt particles, sand, and other contaminants to drop from the brush to the bottom of the bucket. Dip the cleaning brush only in the top area of bucket to minimize cross-contamination.

High quality car wash soaps are pH-balanced so they will not break down existing car wax or paint sealants. They are formulated with lubricants like coconut oil which encapsulate dirt particles and allow them to be harmlessly rinsed away to minimize the chance of scratches and swirl marks.

Now that you’re almost done, take care, as the drying process is where many scratches originate. Use only microfiber towels or a leather (or synthetic) drying chamois. Cotton towels and other fabrics can finely scratch clear coats.

Now that your car is perfectly washed and dried, it’s ready for a quick wipe with a RENEW-PRO product for a long-lasting finish.

Check out the how-to videos on our YouTube channel.

If you have any questions, let us know.

 

Dorus ‘Chip’ Rudisill

January 07, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill
The Dangers of AUTOMATED CAR WASHES

The Dangers of AUTOMATED CAR WASHES

 

Believe me, I know how convenient it can be to send your car through an automated car wash for a little touch up. But remember that all automated washes utilize strong detergents and are usually staffed by poorly-paid hourly workers who can’t be expected to have a deep understanding of car care and finishes. We at RENEW-PRO never recommend these types of washes, which will almost certainly lessen the longevity of any finish product on your paint and trim.

NOTHING beats a hand wash with a soft-tip brush and microfiber towels.

Check out the how-to videos on our YouTube channel.

If you have any questions, let us know.

 

 Dorus ‘Chip’ Rudisill

Owner

January 07, 2021 — Dorus Rudisill