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Old 07-01-2018, 04:36 PM   #71
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How about UHS v Sparkle in terms of application and hydrophobic properties? They have similar sio2 content, but sparkle is said to be better for extreme conditions. Not sure what precisely that means.

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How about UHS v Sparkle in terms of application and hydrophobic properties? They have similar sio2 content, but sparkle is said to be better for extreme conditions. Not sure what precisely that means.

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It is said Sparkle has better self cleaning but I haven't seen anything in it.
I don't have a gloss metre but would say Sparkle plus is a glossier finish (although neither will disappoint)

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I'm experiencing the same glass streaking issues as well with Water Spot Zero.

I sprayed the solution onto the glass and left it to dwell for a minute or two before pressure rinsing it off. When the glass dried, it left awful streaks on the portion of the glass where the Spot Zero was applied.

The glass was cold and the car was washed inside, and the solution was never allowed to dry onto the surface.
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A question for @in2detailing :

I'm tossing up between Power Plus and Shine quartz coatings.

You mentioned that Shine produces a glossier finish, whereas Power Plus is more durable. Both contain 70% Si02, and both are rated at 2 years durability. Power Plus is also a tad more expensive than Shine, and it appears that Power Plus also requires a tad longer to completely cure.

Would you recommend one over the other, and why?

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