I finally applied the Nu Finish Graphene coating. My paint is still very smooth so I didn't have to clay it like my other vehicle but I did wipe the surfaces down with 70% Isopropyl alcohol to remove any residue. It was easy to apply but doesn't buff out as easily as a regular Nu Finish product so the whole thing took a bit longer; about 10 minutes each panel. The hood took about 20 minutes and I didn't even get the roof yet. Total time about 1 hour and 50 minutes. I applied the coating using criss cross pattern and hand buffed each panel. It would have been easier with a polisher. Overall its look pretty good I Ithink.
Yeah they are good . Only problem I have is u drop them in dirt and try to reuse them ,you’ll end up grinding the dirt in the bar into your paint and u prob know this,get to aggressive and it can leave tiny scratches .that being said nothing wrong with a good ol clay bar 😎🦅
Sounds like the geriatric tin foil hat supply has been exhausted. Hopefully they can increase their production soon to keep those conspiracy thoughts out of our ancient citizen's heads...
As for the clay, a clay mitt would probably be good for those clumsy individuals but a clay bar works just fine otherwise.
Smell-U-Later, try and keep us up to date on the longevity of this product please.
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