- Dec 5, 2016
- E. Tennessee
As a DIYer, I will use CG's Decon/Iron remover first all surfaces of my semi-dirty car (not really that bad), then wash with CG's Clean Slate to remove all wax/sealants, then clay bar with CG's clay block V2 and clay luber, then IPA wipedown (@12% concentration w/distilled water since my CC is soft), then polish/paint correct using CG's VSS and orange pads with my HF DA (removing lots of swirl marks on 8 year old paint), then IPA wipedown again, then apply TW Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Spray coating, let cure 24 hours, and apply this again (the TW spray will go on all windows/headlights as well). Following all product directions of course. I had some leftover Meg's Hybrid Ceramic spray that you put on with water and did my recently painted red brake calipers and mirror polished rims to help keep brake dust from sticking as badly. I'll report back once I've completed this to judge the results. I'm currently stuck at the first IPA wipedown as I got sidelined by an 8.7mm kidney stone this week (Yes, it SUCKS!). Comments/suggestions??