Sorry...for my kacang putih english ....too much overnight coffee... http://www.mycarforu...o...t&p=3965354
Does it mean this coating can be layer? Or Wax/Sealant able to stick the coating?
As i remember that OC cannot be layer 1st it cure..it will repel anything
I think will need to wait bro jonlsl to do some testing then will know the result...
Oh like that ah, as far from what I know, DG nano can be layered (from what i know means from what i have read not my testing as I haven't tested lah). Meaning it is possible to layer upon itself. I.E. you can put 1 layer of DG nano then a week later put another layer of DG nano. Or you can top the DG nano off with carnauba wax or carnauba spray wax or some other LSP but not much has been documented about DG nano as i think its not officially released in the US.
So in my testing I will leave Dg nano without and topper first for a few weeks. Then I might do another test with fresh coat of DG nano with carnauba topper or DG AW after car wash.
Compared to OC2.0. It cannot be layered upon its self (actually can layer slightly if you know how to but if you get too much it will become cloudy or streak so its tricky and must be done just after OC2.0 flashes roughly about 5min). That means once flashed and cured, the 2nd coat of OC2.0 you apply will not stick to the 1st coat of OC2.0. Thus is cannot be layered. Also if you decide to put wax or some other LSP on top of OC2.0 it will not really "stick" well and can be easily removed just by washing. But this has its good point as it can help reduce water spotting by using an LSP and the LSP gets washed away along with the water spots.
When some people refer to some sealant or wax cannot be layered is because it either has some light abrasives or chemical cleaners which will remove the previous layer thus unable to layer it. That is why some LSP claim to have no abrasives nor any cleaners so you can layer them.
DG nano is best applied on a cool dry car sections at a time in small circles, up & down, right to left motion with light pressure (to ensure even coverage) and work the product until it flashes, using a fine finishing MF cloth cut in to 4"x4" squares. Do not use long or big right to left, and big circular motions like applying carnauba wax like some people do. Highly recommended to NOT
use a foam applicator pad (same also with OC2.0 and most clear liquid coatings). Then once flashed use a new clean finishing MF cloth cut into 4"x4" square to buff. Then you are done. As always prep the car properly with:
4. strong concentrated wash (to remove all polishing oils)
5. IPA wipe down (optional) Don't need to if your strong concentrated wash can remove all polishing oils.
6. DG Nano
A little goes along way so don't over saturate the MF cloth when applying. As its wasting product as it also flashes very quickly in our weather.
As with all Nano Particle products best to wear gloves. Not sure if that will help but better than nothing.