Ron@Optimum

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  1. Ron@Optimum

    Compatibility of Hyper Seal with ONRWW

    additional layers of Hyper Seal will ensure complete coverage, may add gloss, and can modestly increase durability. Some add Wax for that reason, like the carnauba shine. Added coats will not equal the benefits of ceramic - OCP is SiC, not Si02 and Gloss Coat is a hybrid of both chemistries.
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    Opti-seal v hyperseal v instant detailer

    To find Opti-Coat products, go to the online store at opticoat.com, under the Maintenance tab. That would be the process - wash with OCONR and top with Hyper Seal.
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    Compatibility of Hyper Seal with ONRWW

    Hyper Seal is a hybrid and the SiO2 content is minor, so there's no extra cure time - 1 hour is sufficient. Gloss may increase over time but that doesn't effect curing.
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    Optimum Gloss-Coat

    if you chemically decontaminate (not clay) it's very possible your Gloss-Coat is still there and performing. You can layer coatings but it doesn't extend the durability. Polishing and re-coating starts the coating clock at Day One.
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    New Formula No Rinse Review

    they are similar but not identical formulas - the Opti-Coat version adds more gloss and slickness to ceramic coated cars.
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    Hyper-Seal on other ceramic coatings

    There is an excellent video explaining what's going on and how to remedy -
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    New Formula No Rinse Review

    not that I know of - I don't believe Optimum contributes sales numbers to any publication or organization.
  8. I always rinse with ONR dampened microfiber to remove dirt and any excess Cleaner - the protection should still be on carpet fibers.
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    Opti-coat pro+ Newbie Question

    Excellent, excellent video!
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    Power Clean

    quick answer last night, but Power Clean is excellent on rubber and is our suggested go to for tires. Always rinse to remove any PC residue.
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    Power Clean

    yes
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    Opti-coat pro+ Newbie Question

    Mr Outback, I was not sure what you were asking - Optimum ONR will not have more gloss/slickness than OC. OCP+ can stand up to clay IF you use a great lube we recommend Wax) and are careful. Clay should not remove OCP+, so marring is the concern. We recommend chemical decontamination on ceramics...and suspect most clay is overdone.
  13. My only suggestion is to use OCFCP at full strength...I've done that with bad stains and had success. Just be sure to rinse well -
  14. Opti-Glass is formulated to cope with wiper abrasion and Opti-Coat Pro is not - OCP will only last a few months in glass, depending on weather. There are chemical similarities but performance differences.
  15. as long as you prefer rinseless, ONR is the way to go and Power Clean can provide that all purpose cleaning that comes in handy.