JeffvZ

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  1. JeffvZ

    Interior coating

    Opti Guard Leather/Vinyl is ready and available to professionals. Also for Europe? Opti Guard Fabric/Carpet is under development. I'm looking forward to it Thnx for the reply.
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    Interior coating

    I will give Powerclean 10:1 à try. Thanks everyone for the replies!
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    Interior coating

    I'm a Optimum fan. I'm a detailer and à reseller in Europe. I love OC/OG. More and more customers are asking for this product, but there is also another question from me and my customers. Will there be (soon) a coating on the market from Optimum to coat/protect interior surfaces for permanent (or for 5 years) as well. Think about fabric, vinyl or leather interior surfaces (carpets and upholstery). The other thing I'm missing is a fabric cleaner for carpets,upholstery and fabric tops. Power clean is to strong and will fade the fabrics. Your other products are fantastic. Keep up the good work!
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    PS on the one hand, GPS on the other....

    That tip came from a detailer. You can be the one to test this theory. Just be sure to shake both before blending. And you will probably need to ditch the GPS sprayer. Ok I didn't know that. When I find the time I Will test it. I Will use the sprayer From hyper polish. Thanks for the reply and the instructions!
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    GPS vs Optimum Finish

    That is à good way to do it, but I am looking for ways to get the best results as fast as possible. I think there is one way to find out: 50/50 test
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    PS on the one hand, GPS on the other....

    @ Chris. I've read with PS you can add 30% polishII to PS if you want more cut. Can you do the Same with GPS and hyper polish? Is GPS the sprayable PS or are there more differences, like Cleaning ability and cutting grade and protection?
  7. Wich product gives you the highest shine and deepest gloss or how I like to say it the best wet-looking shine. I know that GPS has more cut than Optimum Finish. I am using it after the compound no Opti-coat only Carwax as lsp.
  8. Well, I did some windows and mirrors again. Only this time an 1oz to 1 gallon ratio. Guess what, no more streaks! It went perfect. Thanks!
  9. Thank you both for the replies! Now let's OC my car !
  10. What is the minimum temperature for OC to dry/cure for the first 24hrs? I have the following situation:I compound and polish my car in my garage. After I wiped the entire car clean I want to apply OC. The temperature in my garage is About 54 - 59 degrees, by day and bij night. Outside the temperature is About 34-41 by day.Is it possible to apply OC in the garage and after 24hrs take the car outside and drive with it and let the car outside, without any issues? (With the temperatures described above)
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    OC 2.0 cure time with cold temps

    What is the minimum temperature for OC to dry/cure for the first 24hrs? I have the following situation: I compound and polish my car in my garage. After I wiped the entire car clean I want to apply OC. The temperature in my garage is About 54 - 59 degrees, by day and bij night. Outside the temperature is About 34-41 by day. Is it possible to apply OC in the garage and after 24hrs take the car outside and drive with it and let the car outside, without any issues? (With the temperatures described above)
  12. A 32oz spraybottle with 5oz ONR for a clay lube? The ONR bottle says 2oz ONR on 1gallon water for a clay lube..wich mixture is correct? Half an oz for 32oz of water for clay lube . But I've gone up to one oz for 32oz of water with no issues of streaking. Ok crystal clear thanks again!
  13. Jeff yea cut it back a bit, or grab you some of the glass towels from the forum store. They are the best you'll find! Tanks! I already have those glass towels, so I think it is the ratio where it is going wrong. I will dilute 1oz with one gallon water and pour it in a spray bottle and test it again! Thanks again.
  14. I do the same with ONR in my house. Clay lube strength is 2oz ONR with 1gallon water, right?