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    Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Well everything went very well with the coating and I had no issues at all. Thanks Richy and Avi for answering my questions. I had to get creative with washing as I don't have running water or a drain. With the help of a 2gal garden sprayer, 5gal bucket to fill it, and a wet vac, I was able to do a good Dawn and APC wash. I followed that up with 2 IPA wipe downs. Can't wait to see how it hold up and compares to OC.


    Sorry I didn't take a lot of pics. I did have to wet sand the front fender as it was repainted and the texture (orange peel) was way off from the rest of the car.




    Headlight were pitted so I sanded them with 800/1000/1500/3000






    I love Night Hawk Black Pearl!


    M205 finished down flawlessly!




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    I found the application to be very easy and the supplied foam block and MF sued towels work well, though they don't do the best with very contoured surfaces. The smell of the product was very strong and having a well ventilated space would be advised.


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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Lookin' good! Very, um, blingy!
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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Looks awesome bud!!!

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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Looks great! Is this like the OPT product where you have to be licensed to purchase it?

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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff120 View Post
    Looks great! Is this like the OPT product where you have to be licensed to purchase it?
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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Excellent work! I still need to pick up my 2 kits. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on this product.
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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Nice, Rasky!

    The paint looks flawless! The C-Quartz went on nice and clear. Can't wait for updates!

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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Looks good. That car looks kinda similar to the newer Accords.

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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    Looks good man! So is CQuartz like an intense version of Klasse?

    ...oh and i'm completely jealous you get to wash your cars in this horrible weather.

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    Re: Applied CQuartz to the wife car :)

    how much product did it take to cover the car?
    what does this product cost?
    did you also apply to wheels and windows?

    looks good btw

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