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  1. One coating of glass sealant would be enough. I would leave the wiper blades alone. Clean your pad with whatever detergent you use to clean your microfiber with.
  2. Do you have any Adams Brillant Glaze? If you do apply that to the areas that appear smeared/streaked. Like Parad0x said less is better. I have a black truck that is coated. I use only 1 spray per panel.
  3. Welcome to the forum! What kind of MOPAR do you have?
  4. Beautiful car! If you think the paint is original stick with the least aggressive polish. If you polish at all. Have you tried using Brillant Glaze and a wax (Patriot/Americana/Buttery)? You can also use Brlliant Glaze on the chrome.
  5. I used the Ceramic Spray Coating on all the plastic trim on my Hellcat. It may have made the trim slightly darker. I am really happy with the results! I would say if your plastic is faded use the Trim Restorer first followed with Spray Coating.
  6. I use either the Matte Detail Spray or Ceramic Boost after I have dried my ceramic coated truck. I also use the Ceramic Paste Wax over top of the coating from time to time. Since your truck will be coated you do not have to use carnauba based products anymore.
  7. Welcome to the forum! Any pictures of the Rebel and Scat Pack?
  8. The Iron Remover helps with decontamination but you did clay the paint so most of the contaminates should be removed. The Iron Remover targets the iron particles but is still a chemical and may effect the sealant longevity. I would wait until Spring and add it to your process then.
  9. That is the correct order of the products to use. Use an orange pad with the Paint Correcting Polish not red. The Red pad is used with the Brillant Glaze.
  10. I have a ceiling mounted Hot Dawg propane heater. The tank is outside. My garage is insulated. I have had it now going on 3 years and like it. It came with a wall mounted thermostat. I usually have it set a 55 F.
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