|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 3.5 x 0 inches|
Optimum Opti-Coat 2.0 - 20 CC
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One interesting point that I will make is that when it arrives and you look at the amount of material in the little surenge, you will ask yourself if there is enought in there to do your whole vehicle. The answer is yes, and again I'll say that if you watch the video's out there on YouTube, they all explain how to apply the material to the application pad. Follow those instructions and it is easy. I didn't use a bright light to look over the pannels while I was putting it on as I could feel the difference as I was going.Read more ›
As with all things PREP is key. Wash, clay, polish and then give your paint an alcohol wash or wipe down, The cleaner your paint is from the oils and waxes the greater results you'll have.
Also the finish of an Opti-Coated car will NOT be slick like wax but it will have a slight grabby feel to it. Use it sparingly, go slow, one panel or area at a time. Cold weather or temps can hamper application. Do not wash for at least 24 hours after application.
If you need help or assistance go to many of the auto detailing forums out there like Autopia, Autogeek and Optimum forums. There's tons of info from the pros about Opti-Coat.
I'm sure there is an exact balance in prep, how it's applied, quantity, and eventually how/if it levels out. Regardless, this product is not user friendly. It leaves too much margin for error and corrections require more material and even electric polishers <<per instructions.
Cost wise, we all know it's up there. What's included is a syringe with a relatively small amount of solution (it's a syringe people) and a single applicator pad which combine for a risky, permanent application.
If you visit the website, you'll see that this 8 step process requires much more than what's in this single ply zip lock bag, including...
- Optimum Polish II or
- Optimum Finish
- 15% IPA solution (?)
- Optimum No Rinse or
- Optimum Car Wash
Results are far from optimum. I'll be buffing out a panel and side view mirror in an effort to remove this stuff from my new paint and trying my best to get a refund.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Total snake oil. Had it applied by a professional. No discernable benefits from the coating. Micro scratches in the reflection of the paint are suddenly appearing... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon bonkers
This is the best investment you can buy for your car.
After you get the paint on your car in perfect condition, wash clay compound polish do an iPa wipe down then apply... Read more
Great product, comparing it to our other cars parked in the same circumstances in both waxed and unwaxed conditions the finish has not faded in over a year. Read morePublished 21 months ago by T.G.
I applied this after a wash, claybar and 15% IPA wipe on my new car. The foam applicator was a real pain to hold on to, so try not to drop it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by NYC Photog
Oh how I will miss this product. Optimum, you've done a heavy dis-service by cutting this product down. Read morePublished 22 months ago by David Powell
Very easy to apply and protects my paint very well. I applied opticoat to the spots of my friend's car that gets the most bug damage. Read morePublished 22 months ago by ColanCecola