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  1. I'll bring it up to the team. We'll see... Thanks for the reminder!
  2. General rule for most products is 50Β°F+ and they'll be fine. Less, and it's somewhat at your own risk.
  3. I'll get out there one day, Julian πŸ€žπŸΌπŸ’―
  4. Ceramic Spray Coating only needs 4 hours to cure. Happy coating! πŸ˜ƒ
  5. One of these is not like the others. Hint: it's not the golf cart. πŸ€”πŸ˜‚ (Couldn't help it, Ray 😁)
  6. Yes, you can coat them. The heat will only serve to bake it on even more. Wheel Coating is highly recommended. Just make sure they're completely clean before application.
  7. @RayS has you pretty well covered. To address the drying aid, think of Ceramic Waterless like Detail Spray for ceramics and use it like that as well as like Waterless Wash, and you'll be golden. Shelve the Detail Spray for another non-coated car, nav screens, etc. Use Ceramic Boost about once a month/every 3-4 washes as it can build up, and it can be thought of similarly to HGG as far as sealing and drying at the same time.
  8. Awesome! That really does look great. But to clarify, that's the new Ceramic Coating Wax, not the Ceramic Paste Wax. The former is a coating in paste wax form, the latter a silica-infused wax (and now discontinued).
  9. Yes to "chrome" window moldings and hard plastic trim, no to glass. Use either the Ceramic Spray Coating or Ceramic Glass Wipes for that. You can use Paint Coating on most everything, but it won't give quite the longevity on wheels as the Wheel Coating. The latter is designed to better withstand the heat generated by the brakes and the general beating the wheels take. In fact, if you have the option, consider using Wheel Coating for most of the car instead.
  10. I reached out to our chemist to ask. He said it looks like it may have been burnt in production and you should have it replaced. Every jar is hand poured, and mistakes can happen. Before you buy another, send an email to orders@adamspolishes.com, they may replace it for free. And no promises, but send me a PM with your contact info and I'll ask about it tomorrow at the HQ to maybe get a jump on it for you.
  11. First, welcome! If you like the HGG - I do, too! - I recommend you strip it, apply Paint Sealant, and use HGG about once a month/every 3-4 washes. That will prolong your protection for at least 6 months. If you're sticking with only HGG, just use it about once a month and you're good that way, too. It's a great standalone sealant so doesn't really need any "oopmh" between uses. For ultimate protection, Ceramic Coatings are your best choice. Ceramic Spray Coating is easiest to apply and an incredible product, but doesn't have the longevity of the traditional coatings. Here's a great article that may help...
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