dale.m

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  1. Opti-clean on tires

    Is opti-clean strong enough to be used on tires or is power clean the way to go?
  2. Optimum Gloss-Coat

    Is gloss coat resistant to gasoline if spilled when fueling up?
  3. Glass Coating prep and application

    Thanks for the tips. How long does the glass coat need to cure so that I can drive the car in the rain? Should I layer with optiseal, or would the wipers just remove the layer?
  4. I know the instructions state to polish or use opti- eraser for prep, but will ONR and a clay bar/clay towel work followed by paint prep work as well? Also, do I need to mask off paint and trim in the surrounding areas to prevent overlap or can it just be wiped off during the leveling the glass?
  5. Dilution of paint prep

    These steps are done for a gloss coat application. I forgot to mention that in the original post.
  6. Dilution of paint prep

    Ron, if I'm claying and then hyper polishing the car, then following up with a damp towel of ONR to remove the polish residue, is paint prep still necessary?
  7. Can paint prep be diluted with water? I only have a number of ounces left in a spray bottle and trying to make it last for an entire vehicle.
  8. Thanks Ron! I'll keep an eye on it. I know gloss coat can be topped with a wax or sealant, but doesn't last long. If not optiseal, what product do you recommend that would yield the longest in longevity for added protection?
  9. New to the forum and optimum products in general. I recently applied gloss coat to my vehicle and followed up with optiseal giving only 15 minutes in between. I read a comment from a detailer's YouTube video that gloss coat can be followed up with optiseal immediately after, but have now found this forum and read that there should be at least 1 hour cure time. My question is how much did I affect the durability or strength of the coating by applying optiseal too soon? Do I need to reapply another coat? Another issue I had was condensation forming on panels after application of the gloss coat, due to being late in the day and higher humidity levels. I went over those areas too with optiseal after I had noticed. Would the condensation affect the coating's properties as well since they weren't protected in time?