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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Spray Coating

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    I'd go with the BLACKFIRE Coating Booster

    It comes in a 32 ounce bottle, which because this is usually a high-use product you're going to want a volume of product at a good deal.

    Use right after wash with clean microfiber towels. It's water-based, not solvent based and this means it will remove any fine water marks left over from your drying chamois.







    I haven't seen a problem with towels becoming unusable. Correctly used you're wiping off very little solids. If in doubt, simply make a small wash load and was everything immediately. That's what I try to do but I also separate all my microfiber towels so I usually have a load of similar towels ready to wash at any given time. As you've probably read, I'm a huge fan of the Forrest Green Edgeless towels we sell here at Autogeek.





    You can handle this and you're really going to like it. Probably the most important thing is to wash your car well first and if it needs to be clayed, then clay first.



    Is there any reason you recommend the booster over a sio2 if cost wasn't a factor?

    I emailed Wolfgang about finding out if it is safe for PPF...I'll update when I hear back.

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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipped500 View Post
    Is there any reason you recommend the booster over a sio2 if cost wasn't a factor?

    I emailed Wolfgang about finding out if it is safe for PPF...I'll update when I hear back.
    I would be interested in this answer as well as I have Xpel on the front of my wifes Rav.

    I would also like to know if for maint WGU SiO2 spray wouldn't be a good choice? The WGUCermaic looks to be plastic safe. Not so sure on WGUSiO2. There is a ton of plastic cladding on her truck and I want to get way ahead of UV breakdown but dont want to have to tape it off every wash.

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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcats98 View Post
    I would be interested in this answer as well as I have Xpel on the front of my wifes Rav.

    I would also like to know if for maint WGU SiO2 spray wouldn't be a good choice? The WGUCermaic looks to be plastic safe. Not so sure on WGUSiO2. There is a ton of plastic cladding on her truck and I want to get way ahead of UV breakdown but dont want to have to tape it off every wash.
    My immediate assumption would have been to use WGU SiO2 as maintenance for the spray coating. WGU SiO2 is safe for plastics. I protects smooth plastics and not sure the protection but does not show up on softer plastic trim, from what Iíve seen.

    I would still recommend doing a small test spot and if you seal the plastic first then it will help prevent issues.

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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcats98 View Post
    I would be interested in this answer as well as I have Xpel on the front of my wifes Rav.

    I would also like to know if for maint WGU SiO2 spray wouldn't be a good choice? The WGUCermaic looks to be plastic safe. Not so sure on WGUSiO2. There is a ton of plastic cladding on her truck and I want to get way ahead of UV breakdown but dont want to have to tape it off every wash.
    Looks like the Uber ceramic spray coating is safe for PPF. I specifically asked about some solvents that Xpel list's to stay away from because that is what I have too! This is the response I got:

    Yes, the Wolfgang ‹ber Ceramic Spray Coating is suitable for use over a paint protection film (PPF) and does not contain solvents such as VM&P Naptha, Kerosene, or similars.

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    Re: Review: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipped500 View Post
    Looks like the Uber ceramic spray coating is safe for PPF. I specifically asked about some solvents that Xpel list's to stay away from because that is what I have too! This is the response I got:

    Yes, the Wolfgang ‹ber Ceramic Spray Coating is suitable for use over a paint protection film (PPF) adoes not contain solvents such as VM&P Naptha, Kerosene, or similars.
    That's great news! I am glad they responded to.you as I have asked a few other manufacturers and either got a blow off answer or a we dont know.

    My Fusion was just painted (front end) over a month ago and I still have three weeks before I can "wax" it. But I'll practice on it and then do the Rav.

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