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CarPro-Cquartz CarPro, a leader in the pro detailing market, was established in 2009 by people who love their cars. We wanted to make great car care products available to other enthusiasts. Our progressive vision and advanced technology brought coatings, such as CQuartz, to the market when it was still unknown to the Western Hemisphere. CarPro was the original creator of Nanotechnology car detailing products and continue to bring new professional car detailing products and fresh ideas to the masses. From interior coatings and cleaners to our most well-known ceramic paint coating, CQuartz, we have something for every car care need. Your car deserves the ultimate protection and we offer the products that deliver professional results.

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Old 09-01-2018, 02:59 PM   #1
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Remove CQUK

I applied CQUK to my car last September and it is doing a great job, the car has a great shine, very hydrophobic and most importantly for me, easier to clean.

Having said that - and this is purely my fault as my prep wasn't 100% - there is a small area on the bonnet which has lots of holograms so I am thinking that some day when it gets a bit warmer I would like to 'redo- the entire bonnet but I have not seen any advice on how to remove a coating - what is the best way to re-prepare the bonnet for a coating?

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Old 10-01-2018, 10:26 AM   #2
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Machine polishing is the only real way to be sure you've removed it 100%, a medium grade compound like CarPro Fixer, or similar with a hard foam polishing pad will remove cquk.

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Machine polishing is the only real way to be sure you've removed it 100%, a medium grade compound like CarPro Fixer, or similar with a hard foam polishing pad will remove cquk.

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How do you know when the coating is removed? I'd be afraid of starting to cut away the clear coat too!
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