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Old 18-07-2018, 08:20 PM   #1
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Gtechniq Coated car maintenance

Just a quick query regarding washing/maintaining a Gtechniq coated car.

I applied Gtechniq EXOv4 nearly two weeks ago following correct decontamination/polishing and panel wipe procedure. All panels actually had EXOv3 applied in April, but car had rear bumper and passenger rear quarter resprayed. So I clayed all the the car as I could feel overspray and also used gtechniq iron remover, polished and panel wiped before putting 2 coats of EXOv4.

I’ve got Gtechniq G wash. Do I need to apply Gtechniq C2v3 after washing?

Or is it wash and forget?

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Hi,

You can use a small spritz of C2v3 as a drying aid with our MF4 drying towel or use when needed (typically every few months).

We have a full range of maintenance products to maintain your vehicle
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I used C2v3 diluted on mine, as a top up too.
Pretty sure that's what I found when searching here.

Still do the same even though new car has CSL on it.
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Stick with qd's that have been designed for coatings, avoid ones with waxs in them.
You can use any ph neutral shampoo to wash with.
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I’ve got the Gtechniq G wash and C2v3. Ill jist use the G wash and C2 as and when then
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