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post #11 of 18 Old 02-08-2014, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Has Cquartz Finest even been out for 3 years?


The coating market is exploding too quickly

I still prefer wax and sealant #old school
It's certainly been tested that long.

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Shouldn't this be in the Classifieds section?

This is an add to sell a product, not about the vehicle itself.
Not selling anything, just showing our hard work on a new 4 series. I've listed no contact information or anything like that. Just giving answers to questions that are asked.
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post #12 of 18 Old 02-09-2014, 12:17 AM
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Not selling anything, just showing our hard work on a new 4 series. I've listed no contact information or anything like that. Just giving answers to questions that are asked. [/QUOTE]

Not a problem, just thought you might get noticed in the Classifieds as well.
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do you do opticoat pro as well?



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Best to get in touch with them directly for an exact price and time quote. For me, Finest jobs start at $750 with one step of paint correction and go up from there based on how much correction the paint needs. I normally keep a car for 2 days give or take.




They are both great products. I prefer Cquartz Finest because in my experience it looks better on paint and sheets water and dirt off better than Opti-Coat. This means the car stays cleaner longer and is easier to clean when you do wash it. Cquartz Finest comes with a two year warranty, but has lasted over 3 in testing.
Any warranty on Opti-Coat? How long is it supposed to last?

Is Cquartz known to be better than Opti-Coat with many other detailers and throughout the industry?



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Personal preference I guess!

I'd choose Cquartz over Opti-coat but I've actually got Zaino on my 4 series and had G-techniq on my 1. In all fairness, I'm not sure there's much in it any more. They're all pretty good!
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do you do opticoat pro as well?
Yes we do.

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Any warranty on Opti-Coat? How long is it supposed to last?

Is Cquartz known to be better than Opti-Coat with many other detailers and throughout the industry?
The Opti-Coat Pro Warranty is 5 years, but must be purchased separately from the cost of the product/detailing. It's usually about $150 for just the warranty. Each detailer probably has different feelings on coatings based on their experiences and their relationship with the manufacturer. There are probably just as many detailers that would say Finest is best as there are that would say Opti is best.
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I'm sure they both work. Cquartz does seem slicker. But there aren't very many detailers that do CQuartz finest. There are more doing UK but not Finest.

I've had Opti-Coat on my car for 2 years now. A heavy wash gets it beading again everytime.



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I'm sure they both work. Cquartz does seem slicker. But there aren't very many detailers that do CQuartz finest. There are more doing UK but not Finest.

I've had Opti-Coat on my car for 2 years now. A heavy wash gets it beading again everytime.
Cquartz Finest is only for Authorized detailers and there are very few to keep the quality as high as possible.
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