Originally Posted by IID
Ok,now lets check the thickness again after the (2) coats of CQF:
On a average,the CQF coating added 5.8mils on each section
"regular CQuartz" claims to add a film(layer)-thickness of: .7-1.5 microns
(I'll assume: 1.5-3.0 microns with two applications/film-layers);
Opti-Gard/Coat 2.0 claims to add film(layer)-thickness of: 1-2 microns
(I'll assume 2-4 microns with two applications/film-layers);
It would appear that CQF, with the addition of a 5.8
film(layer)-thickness, beats them both!!
-I will suppose...
If the usual characterististics (longevity, scratch resistance, hydrophobicy, ease-of-cleaning, slickness, etc.)
that folks look for in: 'Coatings'
...is also attributal to CQF...
AVI@CarPro possibly has a winner at hand!
Thanks for this review. NOTE:
Also nice to see the documented usage of an EPTG.