We don't have C-quartz or opti coat locally. I will check local stores for Ultima. I used Mequires on the old vettes--shined and beaded but didn't last long. If I read the above right I would apply a final wax after the Paint Guard. Thanks for the guidance. Charlie aka cutnoutI'm using Ultima Paint Guard. This is a nano coating/sealant applied after the car is detailed instead of the final finishing wax. It does give a hi-gloss shine. It is a liquid that wipes on. I put on 3 coats as instructed. It has lasted now for 8 months. Water still beads. I decided to give this a try instead of C-quartz and Opti-Coat which I have used on other cars. What I like is that I can buff a panel that has scratches and then simply wipe on some more Ultima and not worry about blending. Re-application of C-quartz or Opti-Coat is a bit more involved.
Hi Glen,You wont find ultima on the shelves....its great stuff......if you must do local, meguires nxt 2.0 is a pretty good "wax"
But you are really cutting yourself short if you don't use high-tech products that you get off the web… If you want my detailing documents just let me know , I have a full-blown schedule and how to do a new vet ...simple and easy and uses a product much like the Ultima above
Wax is not the answer to keep in your car meticulous. Secret is in the polish you need to polish first l, megs ultimate compound to go on the car first and then a sealant.
you can download all of them here - there are a lot, as they answer all the questions I am asked....docs 1 and 2 are the core of the method:Hi Glen,
Could I get your detailing documents? Are they in a thread on this site?
Thanks in advance- Dave
Thank you very much Glen!- Daveyou can download all of them here - there are a lot, as they answer all the questions I am asked....docs 1 and 2 are the core of the method:
3100 miles to Englewood California and about 400 miles from Englewood Fl. Charlie aka cutnoutHow far is Milton from Englewood?
May have some stuff for you to use.