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IndyH1 12-03-2021 09:00 AM

Learning detailing chemistry through study/qualifications?
 
Has anyone with an interest in detailing undertaken any formal chemistry qualifications (later on) to enhance their understanding of what goes on in product formulation? Other than an open uni part time chem degree or hnd, is there anything else out there?

NorthantsPete 02-09-2021 08:54 AM

not seen anything specifically for detailling but you will be getting into chemistry then formulations for industrial applications, aka cosmetics, oil and lubrication, then if you wanted, detailing products but likely work would be from large corps like carchem etc.

if you look at the ingredients list for say, meguirs, they have a breakdown that makes sense to a lot of people - clays for filling, gloss agents, solvents, petroleum, waxes and so-on.

Chemistry is transferrable, so it could be for brewing beer, making hamburgers or chemicals for use on paint.


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