Protectant plus-How often and will ONR remove it?


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Once every 3-4 cleanings, or every 3 months. Another option is to mix up 1/2 oz of Optimum No Rinse(ONR), 2-4 oz of Optimum Leather Protectant ( aka Protectant Plus) into 1 gallon of water. This will allow you to clean and protect in 1 step. 

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5 hours ago, Lowejackson said:

Yvan, nice idea about mixing the two products.  On a slightly different area, could I dilute Power Clean with ONR (256:1) to give some more lubrication?

I kinda think the solvents in PC will kill the lubrication effect.

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On 4/17/2018 at 5:01 AM, Guest said:

Once every 3-4 cleanings, or every 3 months. Another option is to mix up 1/2 oz of Optimum No Rinse(ONR), 2-4 oz of Optimum Leather Protectant ( aka Protectant Plus) into 1 gallon of water. This will allow you to clean and protect in 1 step. 

This is definitely a great and easy method to add protection. Nick from Hawk Pro detailing has great vid on it:

 

I did some testing on my own, on a scooter with a leather saddle and a dirty running board: from left to right:

- Protectant plus sprayed on and wiped off.

- Wiped with 4 oz of Protectant plus and a 1/2 oz of No Rinse combo in a gallon of distilled water.

- Protectant Plus applied to towel and wiped the surface.

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I Applied the No Rinse Protectant plus combo first, and then taped over that after an hour. I feel like the tape removed some of the darkness. Here it was on it's own:

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Would like to do/see a proper test of this someday.

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