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Old 29-07-2017, 07:00 PM   #21
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Imran, Refinish Ultra says it removes 600 grit scratches and polishes at 12k grit. Would this be good on a hard pad for hard german paint? Also how does it compare and differ from Tac all in one nano compound?

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Old 29-07-2017, 07:47 PM   #22
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Imran, Refinish Ultra says it removes 600 grit scratches and polishes at 12k grit. Would this be good on a hard pad for hard german paint? Also how does it compare and differ from Tac all in one nano compound?

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Refinish Ultra is suitable for all paint types, just adjust pad accordingly.
All in one and Refinish ultra finish about the same, if you want to be critical all in one will finish a bit better, however the cut is higher on refinish ultra because it uses newer diminishing abrasive tech.

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Perfect sense, will go with the ultra I think!
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I just ordered some Aqua Waterless Wash. I looks like this can be used directly out of the bottle without diluting. Can it be diluted to use in a RINSELESS wash?
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I just ordered some Aqua Waterless Wash. I looks like this can be used directly out of the bottle without diluting. Can it be diluted to use in a RINSELESS wash?
You would use this as a Waterless wash, not a rinse less wash.
You probably could dilute it a bit but it was not designed to be diluted.
Can be used as a quick detailer aswell.
Different to quartz max as aqua Waterless has cleaning ability so can be used on a lightly dusty car whereas quartz max is more a spray sealant.
Might not be for everyone but I have used it, good gloss and protection as you would expect for a sio2 based product. As with any Waterless wash, multiple cloths is essential. Spray on the panel, spray a bit on the cloth and take one swipe to remove the dust. Do not use that side again, flip for another swipe and so on until that panel is complete and then just give it a final buff. It works, and works well for its intended purpose. The method and safety will of course be a matter is debate but as I said, you can use it as a quick detailer no problem.

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Old 10-08-2017, 05:29 AM   #26
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It does, and that's what I was assuming. I was just curious if anyone has used it off-label as a rinseless wash as well.
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Can't even find that product on the i2d website?
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Old 10-08-2017, 01:26 PM   #28
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It's on the TAC System USA website.

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I'm having troubles with Water Spot Zero, using it on windows which had water spots from hard water, wipe on leave to dwell (less than minute usually, it dries instantly) and it becomes a nightmare to wipe off - so much so that it has added its own streaks which seem to be impossible to remove without machine polishing.

Am I doing something wrong here?
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For water spot zero, I usually spray just shy of generously and wipe off very quickly. I haven't experienced any drying or streaking. It has affected the hydrophobic properties of some of the coatings, but I haven't seen any streaking.

Is your paint cool to touch? Out of the sun?

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