ISF In for basic paint protection and revival with emphasis toward wheel preparation for Opticoat 2.0. Most time spent on wheels to get them fully ready for their coating and ultimate protection.
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Just a new car prep on a pristine Jeep Grand Cherokee. Besides the usual ugly and horrible dealership solvent dressing, vehicle was stripped down and polished for Opticoat.
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Hello, a 2007 Silver RDX up for Opticoat today. Vehicle aim was to protect the paint for a 3-4 period before resale. Paint readings revealed some lower levels on the passenger side, which I could tell during polishing obviously had been repainted or worked on by some shop. Some deeper body scratch exist, however nothing to complicate the Opticoat process.
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Opticoat 2.0 is rapidly becoming a staple in the boutique prosumer detailing market. Many prospective customers have reoccurring questions about the coating. Here are a few personal opinions and outlooks regarding the product.
New Ford Fusion Electric scheduled for Opticoat 2.0. Pretty normal OC process, paint desperately needed a polish to bring out the color.
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Up for detail today is a Honda Pilot Obsidian Blue with 500 Miles on the clock. Client and I discussed the aim for the detail was to keep it in new to better than new condition. After paint measurements which revealed low paint areas near the roof and lower panels(80 microns!) day 1 involved thoroughly vacuuming the interior, remove all mats, wiping down with power clean and optimum protectant plus. Exterior inspection revealed some paint residue, four deep RIDS, and two paint chips. Altogether, all gaps and crevices were cleaned to ensure no residue or water would interfere with the Opticoat installation.
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Up for detail is a G37 with heavy marring and dealership negligence. Front bumper was respainted along with ample improperly applied touchup paint. Paint was by far the fussiest to work with, hence the 3 step correction and ultimate Opticoat application.
Before – Initial Blackness
Continue reading LF New Car Correction & Opticoat 2.0: New Infiniti G37 Black