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  1. A few tips...use less product, two towels (at least) with one to apply, the other remove, and avoid using in direct sunlight. That should help. The type and how you care for your towels may also be culprits - what do you use and how do you maintain?
  2. I haven't used it yet. But my gut tells me not to use it on more delicate surfaces like old decals given its high acidic formula. I've been wrong before, so hopefully someone else can chime in and clarify either way.
  3. Welcome, Jeremiah! Let's see some pics of those rides... Pizza dude's got 30 seconds! 🥷🐢🤟
  4. Yes you can. A little goes a long way, and recommend you dry in the shade, or work quickly if you're in direct sunlight.
  5. True shine comes from proper paint correction, the rest is enhancement and protection. If you want it to really shine, paint correction is something to consider (granted, I don't know how much paint is left). If you haven't done it before, here's a video from Adam where he talks about the process including single stage paint. For protection, my only concern with using a coating is the solvent and its potential effects on the original paint. Also below is an article on wax vs sealant vs coatings to help guide you on which may be better for your color and situation.
  6. Sorry, Ray, I should've put a warning label on the announcement 😁
  7. If I understand what you're experiencing, you can use the pressure washer to spray the suds and water out of the cracks, then use a Sidekick or another dryer to dry. But beware, there's a trick to using it 🤦🏻‍♂️😂
  8. Yes, you can. Dilute at 16:1 for a Waterless Wash like solution. But in my opinion, it doesn't smell as good. Here's more:
  9. Previously unavailable to retail customers, for those of you who have always wanted to try it but couldn't, or simply want more, Rubber Mat & Liner Cleaner is now up for sale on the website. This stuff works great! https://adamspolishes.com/collections/new-just-in/products/adams-rubber-mat-liner-cleaner
  10. Forgot?! So soon? We might expect that of @Rich but you aren't quite there, Chris... 😉 (you're the best, Rich! 🙂)
  11. Blast off excess first, then yes.
  12. Moved this to a more appropriate area where it'll get more attention... For your first question, here's an article on shelf life: For layering, check out this article: Longevity will vary based on lots of factors. Buttery Wax has been upgraded since the article above, but it's still a wax and can last just days, maybe even less in extreme temps and conditions to weeks or even a month or two. BG, on the other hand, is a very short lived product and can be gone after just one rain storm. The article above will explain more on the differe
  13. And if you want to get a little more scientific, check out this video. You've ben warned 🤓
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