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Old 06-12-2010, 05:52 PM   #11
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That is a really informative write up mate. Where is the best place to purchase ONR from?
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Thanks, great guide.
Have a bottle of onr over a year, still haven't tried it yet. Going to try it now!
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Had quite a few questions about ONR, nice to see the answers all in one place
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Old 06-12-2010, 09:08 PM   #14
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Awsome product, saved my life this last few weeks.
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I live down an awful track with no outside tap for a hose, no where to park near the house, and not many places i can take the car (mates are getting sick of me).
Last time i detailed the car (or even cleaning it) was 4 week ago, i applied some C2 to try to give it some winter protection, but its now totally filthy and for now out of action (im stuck down the lane due to the snow). Could i ONR wash it with it in its current state? or should i wait until iv given it a full water clean? it is very very dirty
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Thanks so much this def needs a sticky...hey mods?????
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Could i ONR wash it with it in its current state? or should i wait until iv given it a full water clean? it is very very dirty
Yes, just be as careful and patient as you can, even if it means only doing
a few panels with just one bucketful. I wouldn't advise the bucketless wash!

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thanks, you have mentioned it reacting funny with G tech stuff, do you know if it does anything to C2?
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thanks, you have mentioned it reacting funny with G tech stuff, do you know if it does anything to C2?
I don't _know_ the answer to this. All I can say is that the polymers left behind
by ONR will not be, by their very nature, as fine as any nano technology film.
Where it matters, slightly reducing the beading effectiveness on screens, can be
very much more of an issue.

On paint, I'd not see this as an issue at all. For example, unlike the screen, I
would not attempt to wash the car with plain water! So, at least I'd know that
the cleaning was thorough - ONR does give its own sense of satisfaction...

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Excellent guide many thanks

I am also an ONR and Optimum product convert and evanglist
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