Opti-Glass Coating Maintenance?


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Do I need to do anything to maintain my Opti-Glass Coating? I put it on my windshield/side windows/roof (it's all glass, Tesla M3) and when I was cleaning the glass recently I noticed that it isn't slick at all. Very grabby, like before I applied the coating. Do you think it's gone, or perhaps it's contaminated and needs clayed? Any ideas? It's only been about 5 months since I put it on.

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we recommend using Opti-Glass Clean & Protect because it has some of the same chemical components as Opti-Glass Coating and refreshes the application.  I will add that slickness is not a characteristic of Opti-Glass, it's formulated for superhydrophobics and chip resistance.

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30 minutes ago, Ron@Optimum said:

we recommend using Opti-Glass Clean & Protect because it has some of the same chemical components as Opti-Glass Coating and refreshes the application.  I will add that slickness is not a characteristic of Opti-Glass, it's formulated for superhydrophobics and chip resistance.

Thanks, Ron!

I'll pick up a bottle and give it a shot. Just as a side note, it did seem slick when I first applied it, and not that I care so much about that, but the wipers started to chatter and it's driving me crazy.

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