More things to know

  • We have found that you use a lot less Happy Ending in the cannon compared to the Snow Job foam, being able to do 3 to 4 medium to large family sized cars per mixed bottle, so you should get over 30 cars per one Happy Ending bottle when used as we say.  
  • Although the protection can last up to two months, we personally like to use the Happy Ending monthly on daily driven cars, to keep the water beading and shine at a higher level. 
  • For the weekly washing you can use the Auto Body Gel, Wax Wash or Nanolicious Wash car shampoos on the coated surface. Be aware that all these washes will create an initial hydrophilic (non beading) finish, but the hydrophobic (beading) finish will return in a short period of time after rinsing them off. 
  • We found that drying with both Boss Gloss in the Big Green Sucker and After Glow used in a damp Big Softie does not affect the super hydrophobic surface. Both become even more amazing to use after the Happy Ending, so you can still use either method for drying after the initial application. 
  • If you don't use a pressure washer, have a look at our Wet Dreams - a spray on, hose off, super hydrophobic product. It is compatible with Happy Ending and can be a handy one to give quick touch ups of protective beading during your weekly washes.
  • As both Happy Ending and Wet Dreams are currently our most protective products, there is no added benefit to using Fully Slick or After Glow (when it's used as a sealant, not a drying aid) on top of them. 
  • You can use Happy Ending on PPF (paint protection film) and vinyl wrapped vehicles. Due to the different nature of this surface, we find it needs two initial coats to get a good beading effect on the surface. 
  • We do not recommend this for matte finished paint or matte wraps, due to the way it boosts gloss. 
  • It's fine to use on trucks, vans, caravans, powered watercraft, boats and the like, just make sure to apply and remove it in sections at a time with anything larger.
  • For bikes, the Wet Dreams spray will be a better option as you can control where the product is going, which is better for the more intricate areas on them.
  • If the product dries on the car, or you accidentally miss a section when pressure washing off and find streak marks, don't freak. The marks can be quickly removed while fresh by rubbing over them with the Big Green Sucker (Use Boss Gloss with it still for lubrication) and a little bit of pressure. If you notice the marks days later or they won't come off with the towel, the Paint Cleanse & Restore will clean them off easily.
  • Be sure to wash the Big Green Sucker in our Microfibre Wash (hand or machine wash) while it's still wet, after each use. It can become less effective over time if the product is not washed from the material. This towel loves to be machine dried on a cool to mild heat setting as well. 
  • The products colour can be affected by light over time, so store the bottle accordingly in a cool part of your home. Any colour change does not affect the way the product will work in any way. 
  • The clear tiny floaty things you may see in the bottle are normal. We micro-filter this both during manufacturing and when filling, but what you're seeing is the concentrate of the Aussie made Nano-polymer. The important thing to know is that it won't block your Snow Blow Cannon.
  • Please do not use more than the 9:1 ratio we state - using more does not make it more effective. You can lessen the dilution ratio if you ever feel the need to though. 
  • This product is highly complex and we have formulated it to match the water flow rate of the Snow Blow Cannon. It's not recommended to mix and use it with a trigger spray and bottle. For that use we have the Wet Dreams, which uses similar chemistry, but has a subtly different formula to work better when sprayed on.
  • If you like to use a windscreen washer additive, we'd strongly recommend to use our Wipe Out windscreen washer additive. It won't remove any of the protection left by Happy Ending on your paint work like some others can.