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  1. If you are using CS3 there is no need to Boost, CS3 is just so easy to use.
  2. In my opinion that is too powerful, i would go for 1500 to 1800 psi.
  3. Yes you can use H2O as long as it’s the new hybrid product.
  4. Have you tried CS3 or Graphene Detail Spray? You can use the as a quick Detailer or as a drying aid. They will both add pop & help maintain your coating.
  5. If you don’t care about the hydrophobic qualities of the Ceramic coating you can use the Americana. I personally wouldn’t, two different families one SI02 and the other carnauba.
  6. If you apply the Americana over the Ceramic Coating, the wax will affect the hydrophobics of coating. So I wouldn't.
  7. I would say you used too much product, any of the SI02 products will streak if you use too much. I would do a regular two bucket wash then see what you have, if you still see streaks go back over with DS and use a couple MF towels to wipe away.
  8. I always wipe - level first with the Suede Micro Fiber towel then I wipe with a Utility Micro Fiber followed by a Single Soft Micro Fiber. Doing this seems to cut way down on high spots. Make sure you pay attention to all panel gaps. If you do miss a area and have a high spot use a small amount Ceramic Spray to go over the high spots. Hope this helps.
  9. I always had good luck using our TAR and a plastic razor blade. https://adamspolishes.com/products/adams-tar?_pos=1&_sid=c2cc113bf&_ss=r
  10. Welcome to our forum! These wheel brushes do a great job on your barrels. https://adamspolishes.com/collections/exterior-wheel-tire-brushes
  11. I wouldn't think that you could have burn through with the PC.
  12. TAR is a great choice, if you don't have any you can use also the top solvent (before shaking) of Brilliant Glaze.
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