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

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  1. Please tell that to my wife. 🙏🏼🤣
  2. Congrats on the 2nd place! But you know what the say, Rich...pics or it didn't happen!
  3. I got one right!!! Glad they answered.
  4. Passed this today on the way back from Vail... Why? Because of this. It is June, right? "Summer?" Freaking unbelievable.
  5. Haven't tried that, actually. I do like DS on them, though. If you try the gel, let us know how it goes.
  6. The new HGG with "Hybrid Technology" printed on the front (and smells like honey dew) will play well with ceramic coatings because, as you said, it does contain silica. The original version, if that's what you have (smells like grape), is best applied in conjunction with Paint Sealant (same product families). But HGG still shouldn't be applied more than about once a month or so, like the Ceramic Boost, or it will build up on the coating. While Ceramic Boost is designed for coatings, alternating between both is fine, but you may find one you like more than the other. Play around and see what you like. Agreed with @Yo-Yo Ma's Cousin that the Ceramic Waterless is INCREDIBLE! I love it, and the uses he outlined are perfect for light dust, fingerprints, etc.
  7. Welcome to the addiction! You're likely to get fast answers here, so don't be shy!!
  8. As said above, just make sure to work the LC into the (assuming red UFO) applicator pad and you shouldn't have any issues on perforated/ventilated seats. Same goes for the Matte Leather Dressing. Watch the process in the product videos for more. One other tip for if/when you try the new Interior Protection Paste, do the same thing. A little goes a long way and if it is applied too heavily, if may clog the holes...meaning a lot of time with a toothpick is in your future! By the way, the car looks great!!
  9. No, but if you call, they might honor a special request. Always worth a shot!
  10. Welcome, Tanner! That's a great start. My new interior favorite is the All Purpose Interior Cleaning Gel. It can be used on anything except glass, smells great, and works extremely well. My favorite for the exterior is HGG, but I'm really liking the Ceramic Waterless, now, too. If you can swing it, I recommend you get a couple Mystery boxes/buckets to try new things and see what you like. @Yo-Yo Ma's Cousin gave a nice write up and linked to the perfect thread. Ask any other questions you have...
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