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    Re: Optimum Gloss-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by bloodsside14 View Post
    Wow this my first post here in forum.

    I am planning to apply this to my new car but i do not have descent garage. My parking area is only in front of my house.
    Can i apply this product direct sunlight? Or Any tips about my situation and suggestion appreciated a lot.
    Pretty much all the coatings are instructed not to use in direct sun,how ever I've done it a lot with gloss coat and no promblems.Pinnacle and gloss coat are usable in the sun.mckees tends to be a little streaky and oily.

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    Re: Optimum Gloss-Coat

    Quote Originally Posted by bloodsside14 View Post
    Wow this my first post here in forum.

    I am planning to apply this to my new car but i do not have descent garage. My parking area is only in front of my house.
    Can i apply this product direct sunlight? Or Any tips about my situation and suggestion appreciated a lot.
    Welcome. I do not recommend applying in direct sunlight when it is say 90 degrees and above. However; you can apply Gloss Coat outside with no issues. I have done tons of Gloss Coat, Opti Coat Pro, and CQUartz Classic jobs outside. If its really windy, try and not apply in this condition or try to have your car away from blowing debris. Otherwise, if there is sun, and its generally calm....apply away. GC is super easy to apply honestly.

    Quote Originally Posted by WillSports3 View Post
    I would not apply any coating in direct sunlight quite frankly. The results won't be good. If I had to, I would suggest very small working spaces and keeping a very sharp eye on the products self leveling and flashing.
    Wrong. The results will be fine if he follows my above recommendations. But you are right in keeping the work area small as well as keeping sharp eye on flashing and leveling.

    Quote Originally Posted by WillSports3 View Post
    Nothing short of wet sanding and compounding will remove this.
    Some miseducation here. GC can be polished off with an abrasive polish.

    See my responses in bold OP. Best of luck!
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