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The Guz

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  1. Sure you can polish, panel wipe and reapply.
  2. My firewall is blocking the viewing of your video. Could you describe your prep process prior to applying the coating?
  3. It was posted in the graphene shampoo that it will sheet when rinsing. Now I have not experienced this when using it. You mentioned that it rained. Was it covered in pollen once again? Where is is parked?
  4. Just level it out if it is applied over trim.
  5. You will more than likely need to abrade it off with polishing as the coating will have cured too long.
  6. Wash with soap and water and hit it with the spray of your choice whether it is something like Ceramic boost, CS3, Graphene Detail Spray etc. I do the occasional iron remover a couple times a year.
  7. Rain doesn't cause water spots. It is the minerals in the water that causes them. So if there is a lot of dirt on the surface and it rains. Well that is a different thing.
  8. Do you have a photo? Is the coating on the nav screen failing?
  9. Wipe down any trim to level it out and you will be fine.
  10. Coatings still degrade but at a lower rate compared to the other two. So yes coatings are semi-permanent.
  11. It is another form of protection. It will be more durable than a wax or sealant. Climate does not matter. Climate will play a factor in the flash time of a coating.
  12. This is a good post to read.
  13. If you want the max amount of shine then polish the paint. Whatever you choose to use as the form of protection is the icing on the cake.
  14. You could use GDS as often as you like. You don't have to wait 3-4 months. As mentioned you could also reapply the spray coating every few months.
  15. Usually little dots like that are overspray when spraying directly onto the panel. Especially if you are outside and a light breeze carries the product to an adjacent panel that has already been wiped. I have not had any issues with GDS as a drying aid. But have had overspray that appears as a little dots from other products used as a drying aid from other brands.
  16. From an Adams facebook live video, the full coating contains 30% reduced graphene oxide (RGO) and the spray contains 5% RGO. Not sure of the link will work. https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=952675448476257&ref=watch_permalink
  17. I would recommend to wipe off any product to ensure there is no high spots or uneven appearance. The graphene ceramic will look better and last the longest.
  18. One of things that is a bit disappointing is that Adams does not package the coating in some sort of box. It would stop this from happening. I had their ceramic coating leak on me when I received it.
  19. Didn't this pertain to the actual coating and not the spray coating? I have had the graphene spray coating since 10/2020 and nothing has happened to it. I just place the original top back on it after each use. Seems to be performing quite well.
  20. Polishing will you give you the best base for the coating to bond. It will for sure remove the spray coating. Claying won't do it.
  21. If I am reading this you applied the graphene ceramic in the spring and want to top it with the graphene spray coating. See the following thread as it has the answers you are looking for.
  22. For maximum performance it would be best to polish and re-coat. The grapheme ceramic can be applied to any surface.
  23. I agree with @RayS. Coat them with the graphene ceramic coating if you are going through all the trouble to remove the wheels. Its more work up front but less maintenance in the long term. You can use CS3 to maintain. https://adamspolishes.com/collections/new-just-in/products/graphene-ceramic-coating™
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