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tkripala

Removing scuff marks from an Opti-Coat Pro+ surface

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For those that have a installed Opti-Coat Pro+, how do you remove stubborn scuff-marks (eg paint transfer, rubber, etc.) that won't come off with a car shampoo or with ONR? I've seen a lot of detailing videos where Magic Eraser (sometimes with diluted all-purpose cleaner and sometimes with ONR solution) is used on surfaces to remove scuff marks that don't come off . What is OPT's position on this method should we encounter such a situation? If Magic Eraser isn't a recommended path, what method should be used?

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I would start by trying Power Clean or clay.  A magic eraser on paint will probably leave a matte finish which should be polished.  There may be a time when this is appropriate but start with clay and then review

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Which Power Clean product? Optimum Power Clean or Opti-Coat Power Clean?  From what I can see, they both perform the same function but OCPC costs 65% more than OPC.

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The Opti-Coat version was designed specifically for coated paint but I am very confident the normal and cheaper version will still work perfectly.  A clay bar or cloth is always worth owning, they were originally designed to remove overspray and so are great at removing stuff  which has bonded to the paint, plus they make your paint very smooth

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