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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    Nspz1 is the beezneez. I used it on my friendís Subaru that he helped with. He was blown away as well. It is such a wonderful product


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    i used it on a couple panels on a newer camry after running about 6 passes and it was terrible to wipe off-it was like 70 % came of easy and remaining product glued itself

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    2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    Did you try fewer passes?
    I recall two section passes being about it. Thatís what I do, and no problems.

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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by john b View Post
    i used it on a couple panels on a newer camry after running about 6 passes and it was terrible to wipe off-it was like 70 % came of easy and remaining product glued itself
    That was my experience as well.

    Need to review directions....

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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    When that happens---I'll pick up polisher again and make a couple of more passes then it'll wipe off easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDicnMAn View Post
    Has anyone come up with an official answer on how much Z1 is appropriate for a single coupe?

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    1.5 oz.. does that work?
    Every vehicle is different.

    Quote Originally Posted by john b View Post
    i used it on a couple panels on a newer camry after running about 6 passes and it was terrible to wipe off-it was like 70 % came of easy and remaining product glued itself
    It's a very good product but not user friendly.

    After your last pass make one quick one over your whole section then wipe off
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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by 98CayenneTA View Post
    1.5 oz.. does that work?
    Every vehicle is different.


    It's a very good product but not user friendly.

    After your last pass make one quick one over your whole section then wipe off

    Thanks...this is good info---will try that the next time I use the Z1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Encinitas View Post
    Did you try fewer passes?
    I recall two section passes being about it. That’s what I do, and no problems.
    Do you get any correction with only two passes? Since it's an AIO, I'd hope you could at least work it a little bit to correct the surface.

    Speaking of correction, how good is the cut on NSP Z1?
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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

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    How did you find wipe-off?

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    Wipe off was bit hard and sticky at times.

    Took the buffer and just did a couple light passes over the sticky polish. Then wipe off became easy.

    Twice, gotten hard where buffer trails were still present and I could not remove. Again---took the buffer and did couple light passes--bam, easy wipe off.

    After using the Z1 on a few cars and a boat I've found the same thing. Wipe-off can be a bit sticky.

    Like you - if I had areas where product was difficult to wipe-off - I just buzzed over the area with the polisher and whatever product was on the pad - this seems to re-liquefy the film on the paint and then I wipe off IMMEDIATELY and no problems.


    I called Jim and asked him about this and he said climate can be in influence.

    Besides that - what we are experiencing is the nano ceramic coating setting-up or curing. So it's part of the characteristics of a Ceramic AIO.

    Jim and his team do read this forum and see our comments. He told me he's working on this formula. Remember - this is brand new chemistry, it will go through an evolution.


    I used this product on a truck over the weekend and a boat and in my write-ups for these two projects I'll share one of my techniques for working with Z1


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    Re: 2017 Shelby GT350 and the Dr Beasley's NSP Z1

    Thanks Mike....

    I am glad that it wasn't me....! Thought maybe my technique needed work.

    Looking forward the write ups!

    Again---Thank You!

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