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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    2013
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    Kia
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    Optima SX T-GDI
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    Chris

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  1. Correct, do NOT apply Paint Sealant to a car that's been coated. Sealants like Adams Paint Sealant are acrylic polymer resins and, like coating, need fo bond to bare paint. They also don't pair well with coatings in general. As for using Adam's on another company's coating, I will defer to others on that. I have read some coatings don't play well with products from other manufacturers. To prep the new vinyl, do a good strip wash on the uncoated areas, prep those surfaces using the Surface Prep, then coat. You can then use any of the silica-infused products from Adam's line to maintain your new coating.
  2. Holy thread revival, Batdan! (See what I did there?! πŸ§πŸ˜ƒ)
  3. Last week a good friend of mine and his wife had a beautiful baby girl. Fourth one in the family...yes they are saving their pennies for the weddings! Anyway, they live nearly an hour from the nearest military hospital. Air Force guidance says go there "unless an emergency." They pass at least three major civilian hospitals along the way. See where this is going?! Yeah, despite going...fast...and maybe breaking a few more traffic laws along the way, the baby went faster. With Mom reportedly standing through the sunroof, just minutes from the hospital and right outside the gate, she arrived. In shock, I was told the gate guards let them right through. And thankfully all's well with both mom and baby. But now, I consider them REALLY good friends...with a clean car. I'll spare you the before pics, and it was a bit too dark when I got done for afters. But Adam's saved the day!! πŸ‘ΆπŸΌπŸΌπŸ˜
  4. Thanks for the opportunity, @TheWolf, @Dan@Adams @Adam @Matt@Adams and Derek! I look forward to continuing to help and learn all about Adam's!!!
  5. Yep, it's an Adam's product. Here's the link, and check out the video. It's a great way to easily clean your car, I love it. It also makes a good Waterless Wash at 16:1 at a more economical price point...but you lose the better smell, IMO. https://adamspolishes.com/products/adam-s-rinseless-car-wash
  6. Leave room in your car for the trophy!! 😎πŸ”₯πŸ’―
  7. Yes. Just know it won't last very long.
  8. If it has cured, you'll have to polish it off and reapply in that area. Try FP first and white pad, if you have it. Otherwise, step up to orange CP and orange pad. Not a big deal...once leveled out, reapply and remove residue as usual.
  9. SHINY!! Well done. πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’―πŸ’―
  10. Adam's doesn't have a glass polish, at least not yet. You'll have to look at a dedicated product, which I think others on here have talked about before. Adding @shane@detailedreflections and @mc2hill to see what they can add...
  11. You can keep up with their road events here... https://adamspolishes.com/pages/events-north-america-tour
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