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  1. Machine polishing is strongly recommended however if your paint is in good shape it can be skipped. What can't be skipped is claying and doing a prep wipe down before applying our Coatings.
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  2. I agree with the guz, no one washes their vehicle repeatedly with crazy heavy duty degreasers. There are a few great youtubers out there, I’m not here to promote anyone, but they do more real world testing, with regular soaps, or true longevity tests. These guys i trust and they are showing more real world scenarios, plus i like testing, and I play with different things myself, as do most of us. For example...On the previous version of Adams spray coating, it came out Black Friday 2019, so not the graphene, It has been on my daily driven 2001 Silverado for
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  3. Good advice above. I'll put it this way... When it comes to paint correction and using words like "have to" and "necessary," the real answer is no. <Insert quote about nothing before the word "but" matters> But... Proper prep will help get the best possible, longest lasting results. Many on here, myself included, will recommend the full suite of prep before applying a coating. Know that when using coatings, regular ceramic or Graphene, you're locking in whatever is there for potentially years to come, depending on version. Paint condition is fairly subjective, obvious damage
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  4. If you have a polisher, you really want your paint to be as perfect as possible and that's the best way to get it prepped before applying any ceramic or graphene product. If you don't have a polisher, then you'll want to hand polish to remove light swirls and scratches before applying the coatings. Be sure to wipe your ride down with the prep as the last step BEFORE you apply the ceramic or graphene on.
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  5. The Guz

    The new Graphene Products.

    Who is saying this? The youtubers with their ridiculous so called torture test. Take them with a grain of salt. Mother nature is the true test.
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  6. I would take any of his so called torture tests with a grain of salt. It is such a narrow window in a products true performance. Mother Nature is the true test. Also he has a habit of not reading or researching the products. Remember he is getting a paycheck from youtube just for the views he gets along with the free products he gets.
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