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RichP714

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  1. It's hard to know what is being looked for; may be open up a contest?
  2. thyere used to be a topic entitled 'cannibalization units' or some such......
  3. Too pretty for our roads here actually, right now anyway, the potholes and closed roads for pothole repair have gone out of control since the city switched to that liquid ice melt that corrodes the roadway
  4. cquartz uk is the united kindom version of their ceramic coating; it's NOT spray on-wipe off. The paint needs to be pristine, since any oxidation or swirls will be under the coating if you don't clean them up first. I can do my own paint correction, but didn't get very aggressive with it (I idn't smooth out the factory paint's orange peel, for example, since that takes away too much clear coat). After paint correction, you should de-grease and decontaminate the paint so that the ceramic coating bonds to the paint carpro's products for that are eraser and ironX. After THAT, the coating goes on. 1 ounce will do my car twice; it's a very thin, but hard, coating. After a bit of cure time, another coat of cquartz; then after three days, I topped it with essence plus and reload Essence plus is a topper for cquartz that can repair ceramic coatings, it buffs in by hand or machine, and wipes off very very very easily Reload is the spray-on-wipe-off top coat for cquartz; kind of like a detailing spray, only for ceramic coatings
  5. This year I did two coats of cquartz UK 3.0, topped with essence plus and then reload 72 hours later; a bit shiner than last year. From some angles, the reflection totally overtakes the underlying color
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