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- Offers outstanding mar resistance, UV resistance and etch resistance that competing products.
- Can be topped with any non-abrasive wax to extend durability.
- Apply to painted surfaces, wheels, plastic trim, bumpers, aluminum and chrome surfaces.
- Lasts up to three years.
The new 2015 formula of Optimum Gloss Coat was formulated for increased durability and gloss. The new 2015 formula lasts up to three years and offers more scratch, mar and chemical resistance. You should be able to use IPA, tar removers, FerreX, etc. without reducing your level of protection. And the best part...it offers more gloss!
Optimum Gloss-Coat is the most advanced polymer system that forms a layer of clear coat over your automotive finishes. Optimum Gloss-Coat provides better scratch and mar resistance, better UV resistance, better chemical etch resistance and has better release properties than any other consumer product while providing unsurpassed gloss and slickness. Additionally, you can top Optimum Gloss-Coat with any non-abrasive wax or sealant of your choice to add additional gloss and slickness. You can use Optimum Gloss-Coat to protect painted surfaces, wheels, plastic trim, bumpers and metal surfaces for up to three years.
Since Gloss-Coat bonds to the surfaces it is applied to, any paint imperfections must be removed prior to application. Once you have polished the paint to your liking, clean the surface with a 15% IPA solution to remove all polishing oils, waxes and silicone. You are now ready to apply Gloss-Coat.
First prime the applicator by making an X patter across the pad. Only a few drops will be needed for each subsequent panel. Wipe Gloss-Coat onto a single panel at a time in a thin layer using two directions, in a circular or front to back direction. Within 5 minutes, inspect the panel with adequate lighting looking for any thick areas that hove not flashed away to clear. If you find any thick areas, use a foam applicator or paint safe microfiber to level out uneven spots. If these uneven spots cure, you will have to polish them off. Repeat this process for each panel protection is desired.
Not recommended for glass.