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Old 09-20-2012, 04:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Ilovemycar View Post
Kar Don, I've recently learned that you can indeed layer OC, according to a number of pro detailers at Autopia who were relaying info given to them directly by Optimum. First 30 days, no problem, after the first 30, a light polish first then relayer. But, please confirm with Optimum for yourself. (edit: I should say it hasn't always been like this, but I think for year(s) now; I read they fiddled with the "resin binder" or something like that, and I think this goes for Opti Guard too.)

I've never used OC, and before I used to desire putting it on my wheels, but when I get around to a "permanent" type of coating on my wheels, I'm going to try Meguiar's BDB following TJPark's guidelines. (Lot cheaper Not for paint of course.)
If it's not for paint, do you not think that the wheels are painted?
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