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I wanted to pass along information about a product I have been using for a few years now and can't say enough good things about it. I just put the first coat of CQuartz UK on my white Rebel. I will be adding the second in a couple days. This stuff is the real deal and can tell you from experience, it does what it says it does which is not only protect your paint, it puts a very tough scratch/chip resistance coating on your paint. There are plenty of YouTube videos out there and recommend anyone that is considering what to use on their new Rebel, this is an excellent choice. I coated my previous Black Express and after a year and a half, I did not have a single scratch or paint chip. I will say though, I am a bit anal when it comes to how I take care of my vehicles but this product is outstanding and resists dirt, contaminants and has anti static properties. For those who just purchased their truck, now is the time to apply this product if you are considering what type of wax or sealant to use. With no contaminants on your paint, there is not much prep work. Just do not leave it glaze over too long, maybe a couple minutes at best and test what works best for you. Black paint takes some practice due to it showing everything but YouTube will give you ideas as to how to work it on and off. Just thought I would share my thoughts for those who may be interested.
 

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I am going to try this.
 

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Guys,

I wanted to pass along information about a product I have been using for a few years now and can't say enough good things about it. I just put the first coat of CQuartz UK on my white Rebel. I will be adding the second in a couple days. This stuff is the real deal and can tell you from experience, it does what it says it does which is not only protect your paint, it puts a very tough scratch/chip resistance coating on your paint. There are plenty of YouTube videos out there and recommend anyone that is considering what to use on their new Rebel, this is an excellent choice. I coated my previous Black Express and after a year and a half, I did not have a single scratch or paint chip. I will say though, I am a bit anal when it comes to how I take care of my vehicles but this product is outstanding and resists dirt, contaminants and has anti static properties. For those who just purchased their truck, now is the time to apply this product if you are considering what type of wax or sealant to use. With no contaminants on your paint, there is not much prep work. Just do not leave it glaze over too long, maybe a couple minutes at best and test what works best for you. Black paint takes some practice due to it showing everything but YouTube will give you ideas as to how to work it on and off. Just thought I would share my thoughts for those who may be interested.
Where can it be purchased from?
 

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Guys,

I wanted to pass along information about a product I have been using for a few years now and can't say enough good things about it. I just put the first coat of CQuartz UK on my white Rebel. I will be adding the second in a couple days. This stuff is the real deal and can tell you from experience, it does what it says it does which is not only protect your paint, it puts a very tough scratch/chip resistance coating on your paint. There are plenty of YouTube videos out there and recommend anyone that is considering what to use on their new Rebel, this is an excellent choice. I coated my previous Black Express and after a year and a half, I did not have a single scratch or paint chip. I will say though, I am a bit anal when it comes to how I take care of my vehicles but this product is outstanding and resists dirt, contaminants and has anti static properties. For those who just purchased their truck, now is the time to apply this product if you are considering what type of wax or sealant to use. With no contaminants on your paint, there is not much prep work. Just do not leave it glaze over too long, maybe a couple minutes at best and test what works best for you. Black paint takes some practice due to it showing everything but YouTube will give you ideas as to how to work it on and off. Just thought I would share my thoughts for those who may be interested.

A new vehicle actually has tons of contaminants on the paint. New car paint is typically pretty rough, and anytime I buy a new vehicle, I have a clay bar on it very soon. Personally, I wouldn't consider doing a sealer without using a clay bar first.
 

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Exact ally had mine clay bared before it left showroom floor then 2 coats of Mopar sealer, then multiple coats of wax and cutting polish.
 

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I did a bit of research on the top 3 pro coatings and the CQuartz UK seems to suit my weather factors best here in PEI. A lot of rain snow and salt. All three Products take a number of steps and hours to apply. My biggest battles are with salt, dust, water marks, and, washing almost every second day. I am also going to try a synthetic type of clay bar after stripping the paint down.

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