what is this opti coat? Is it a wax or a sealant? I heard it's pretty expensive to get it done. considering the size of the QX60 an application would be expensive I'm guessing.I hear applying a product called Opti-coat is key in keeping your paint in mint condition. Guys usually do this asap before the paint becomes more contaminated and in a worse condition than it was in when it rolled out the dealership
sadly since I can already see a lot of the QX60's on the road being leases, people will end up putting them through an automated car wash.Proper care and maintenance like using a two step washing method and occasional wax would help you preserve the paint condition.
opti-coat won't make it look mint, it will just protect the paint, it's in a way like clear coat. cleaning it on a regular basis after that is keyYeah opti-coat is the main thing which you should apply on very first time. then there are many other things which can help you to make your car in mint condition. Actually the timely maintenance and the care of the car also increase the car's life.. good luck mate
I just wouldn't advise him to buy the product and do it himself, it's apparently a tricky product to work with. Better off letting a professional do it.Yeah opti-coat is the main thing which you should apply on very first time. then there are many other things which can help you to make your car in mint condition. Actually the timely maintenance and the care of the car also increase the car's life.. good luck mate
I live close by Griots Garage main office and have taken a few lessons from them. I love their products and will only use them from now on. I stopped using Rainex after having problems with streaking.I had not heard of Griots until I started reading the JX Forum, so when I got my JX I waxed it with Collinite Marque D Elegance. It turned out fantastic, my emerald graphite almost looks liquid after washing. I also waxed my windows so no more Rainex. Btw, be careful if you use Rainex as it will ruin paint. I also thought clay bar was used on older paint to remove oxidation and stuff. Does it also improve new paint as well?