Mr.Outback Posted November 7, 2021 Share Posted November 7, 2021 Scotty Kilmer, a long time auto mechanic and Youtube-er posting many worthwhile tips on auto repair, comes down hard again on "nano protectents". One of his claims is the protectants don't allow car paint to flex in heat, thus shortening its life. My OptiCoat Pro+ 2021 vehicle's been outdoors in 110+ degree weather many days this summer. None of my paint nor its coating has "cracked" - Pro+ is still doing its job. The only place the coating "cracked" was on the edge of the plastic roof trim near the paint surface, where it seemed to be flaking off the plastic. Not sure why but that portion of trim was cleaned and recoated with hyper-seal to see how it will fare during the winter. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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