DancingBear

Figuring out Opti-coat Maintenance

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There is no pre-rinse, it is a pre-spray to get ONR start doing its job breaking down the dirt. So you spray (ONR at the ratio Ron told you or at wash-level if not that dirty)  some of the panels and start washing with ONR. After you washed some of the panels, use Opti-Seal as a drying aid, one spray per panel.

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Got It. I was using pre-rinse and pre-spray interchangeably.  Thanks again!

One last question. I see that Opti-coat store has additional products that I assume work better with cars that have been coated with Oti-coat pro, etc.  For example, the Opti-Coat No rinse .  Will the ONR Wash and Shine that I have still be as effective on my car that has been coated or should I be using the Optical-coat No rinse?  I guess the broader question is, what products work best with cars that have been ceramic coated?

Sorry, but with all these products and stores  it is very confusing. Just don't want to mess up my new detail, and do the right maintenance wash going forward. Thanks for your help!

Greg 

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Yes, nowadays (for a year?) Optimum has products that work even better with coatings, so those would be the best choice for you. Before those products were available, everyone used plain ONR etc. and was very happy with that also. :)

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All Optimum/Opti-Coat products work on Coated cars, but as No Soap points out, the Opti-Coat line is tweaked for Coatings - some more than others.

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