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How do cold temps affect various product applications?

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So it's unusually cool here in Florida. We were in the 20's last night and won't get above about 55 today.

When applying Optimum products, should anything be done differently?

When applying Trade Secret Carnauba, or any others, what is different? Thanks.

Elliott

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So it's unusually cool here in Florida. We were in the 20's last night and won't get above about 55 today.

When applying Optimum products, should anything be done differently?

When applying Trade Secret Carnauba, or any others, what is different? Thanks.

Elliott

 

 

Cold temps can produce negative results when detailing. You may see wax streaking and polish getting gummy at temps 40 and below so as a general rule I don't like to do any detailing when it's below 50. OCW needs warmth for it to "flow" well so when it's cold and yu find you must wax your car then use OCW in conjunction with an orbital polisher and this will help the wax ingredients in OCW to smooth out and melt onto the paint by way of heat and friction.

 

......I'm a weather wimp big time :blink: So anything below 60 has me whinning!

 

Anthony

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