mosborne Posted November 8, 2010 Share Posted November 8, 2010 Over the weekend I was able to do an ONR wash, clay, and then put on 2 coats of Opti-Seal. I have a red Silverado Crew Cab truck with a lot of black cladding which can be a bear to detail but using Opt-Seal it was a breeze. I used it over everything but the tires. I was very skeptical about using it over the black cladding; I figured it would turn it gray like most wax products but that was not the case at all. I've used z5, z2, z8, DG 105 with Aqua Wash, and Nattys Blue on this vehicle and the gloss and shine is equal to or better than these other products. If I can get close to the same durability as using z or DG then I will be one happy customer. The only negative I have about this product is I hate you are going on faith that you are doing anything at all. Other than occasionally seeing some dark spots where it's flashing off you really have no idea as to what applicator passes you're making. I also purchased the OCW and the OID but have not used these yet. My goal is use to use these products as a booster. I'm really hoping to get 4 months of durability with this process. If this works out then the bottle of Opti-Seal may last me a lifetime. Last weekend I used the Optimum Leather protectant when I detailed my wife’s car. It was easy to apply and looked great afterwards. The thing I was most pleased with was the seats did not have the greasy look or feel to them (I'd been using 303 previously). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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