james Posted June 14, 2011 Share Posted June 14, 2011 Well..Every now and then I get a wild hair and try something else (new) I should know better, but this time, after reading all the hype, I tried Blackfire Gloss Enhancing Polish. I was doing my white 2010 truck and really didn't see any difference in shine between the Blackfire and Poli-Seal. WHAT I did see is a difference in the way the Blackfire works, at least in regards to ease of removal. What a pain in the rear! I worked inside the garage with a breeze, 90 degrees and fairly low humidity. No matter how thin or how long I gave the Blackfire time to dry it would still smear doing the finger test, which made it more difficult to wipe off. That alone was a deal breaker for me!...Back to Optimum. Here is what I have been doing and want to ask a question. I will detail about twice a year and in between after every wash I'll spray the truck down with OSW. I have read some reports about doing the same with OID and other than the cost, the time involved is the same...so why not use OSW? I also read that some are spraying the OSW on their cars while the car is wet, drying the car and then buffing. Can you do this? Lastly...if I understand correctly...Poli-Seal has a sealant as well as OSW? With the regularity that I am using the OSW is there any benefit in using Opti-Seal? OR will I get a bit more shine doing so? Thanks Jim Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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