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  1. JRock10

    JRock10 Active Member

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    the newest Optimum sackrider of OT! [​IMG] Pics will be coming this weekend, but I did the front end of my explorer today....:bowdown: by far one of the wettest finishes I've done.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Optimum = no hype, just results. :)
     
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    Arya Stark Resident Celebrity OT Supporter

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    I've been using it the last two weeks :bowdown:

    After a wash, ash from a local fire fell on it and I washed it again in the garage :big grin:
     
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    Yup, it is good stuff. Can't wait to see the results!
     
  5. JRock10

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    :madfawk: it rained today.
     
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    xxpanipuri Gideeyup Motherfuckers....

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    yea the optimum worked wonders on my wife's BLACK 2000 jetta
     
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    optimum ftw
     
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    anyone know of stores/chains that sell optimum's products?
     
  9. JRock10

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    teh innernetz
     
  10. MrBonus

    MrBonus Et Tu, Brute?

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    Optimum rules.
     
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    MrBonus Et Tu, Brute?

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    like spreadin butta on a roooll......
     
  13. spitfyre

    spitfyre OT Supporter

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    I used this on my dads 96 cougar and it work out real nice. I applied Opti-seal and let it sit over night and topped with FMJ turned out awsome!!!!
     
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    Add me to the list of sackriders!!!

    ONR, Optimum Polish, Optimum Poli-seal to my wife's altima this weekend ... amazing!!!

    Washing car in garage using ONR FTW!!!
     
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    Ive had Optimum Polish and compound for about 4 months now. It wasnt until last friday that i got the chance to use them with a PC. Optimum Polish freakin rocks, i could tell off the first panel that it made such a glow to the car. I think im going to get some Poli-seal next after my PB EX runs out
     
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    Hmmmm okay I'm getting more convinced that maybe this stuff is good. Anyone have good results removing serious swirls and scratches with the compound or hyper compound?

    Is the poli-seal enough for a final step or does something need to go on top of it, if so what?
     
  17. JRock10

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    my preferred process is wash, clay, compound (OC), polish (OP), sealant (EX), wax (DP MaxWax). took out many, many scratches in my explorer. (sorry don't have any good pics, i didn't get many when i first did the truck). but the metallic in my paint glows sooo bright.
     
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    i used the same process as him above except i used Natty's blue
     
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    I just ordered Natty's Red
     

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