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Re: The Great Drying Towel Debate

How much does it cost to opticoat a vehicle. 1994 f150? standard cab, 8ft bed. I will no longer have to wax again?
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I am really amazed by this comment. It seems you would rather take the opinion of someone with no experience over someone who has done this for a living for a long time. I am not the one of many asking the eternal question: How do I fix my swirl problem which no one has a answer for. If you feel I am making you look stupid, then maybe you are. If many really cared about swirl marks than they would do something about preventing them . Well, here comes the start of the censorship. God forbid anyone question the use of wax, and if so ban his ass.
OMG, you must be a freaking mind reader or something. Did I say anything about taking the opinion of someone with no experience, care to explain on who I name dropped? This is pretty much like one of your other threads that is useless and has gone down the same path. You took what I wrote and altered to make a point, which is not close. I'm not stupid or an idiot than you very much. Obviously you just haven't realized that no one here is really going to listen to the BS you are petaling or saying since it seems all your are trying to make a case for what you do when someone questions it. This $25 towel is just a stupid complaint to make into a bigger thing. How many people in this world buy things that is the exact same as something else just for the name on it, I bet a ton. You start a thread it seems calm but the moment someone questions your tactics or way of doing it, you lash out like they don't know what they are talking about. So come on, agree to disagree that this is getting useless. To me sir, your a F *cking idiot and need to get a life outside of getting banned from forums to prove some point.
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Re: The Great Drying Towel Debate

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OptiGuard and OptiCoat DOES NOT 100% prevent swirls, scratches etc. Nothing does. Sorry...that's a fact

Scott

Really, I am trying very hard to be respectful here, but this statement is really showing you have little interest in listening and just talking. What you cannot, or will not see is there is a very distinct difference between a swirl mark and a scratch. Where you are getting your facts seem to missing here ,so I can only assume you can provide that info considering Mike Phillips cannot.

Certainly, Opti Coat can be scratched, but it will never look like a waxed car unless you apply wax over the Opti Coat which really makes little sense.
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I am really amazed by this comment. It seems you would rather take the opinion of someone with no experience over someone who has done this for a living for a long time. I am not the one of many asking the eternal question: How do I fix my swirl problem which no one has a answer for.

If you feel I am making you look stupid, then maybe you are. If many really cared about swirl marks than they would do something about preventing them .

Well, here comes the start of the censorship. God forbid anyone question
the use of wax, and if so ban his ass.
Nobody here has censored you. But from your comment it sounds like it has happened to you. What I don't understand is why you don't leave on your own. You've said on a number of occasions that you just wanted to give advice.

Well, your advice has pretty overwhelmingly (not totally) been rejected, yet you keep preaching. You have used the word zealot a few times. I think you need to look up the definition, then look in the mirror. Some people need the visual before it sinks in.

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OMG, you must be a freaking mind reader or something. Did I say anything about taking the opinion of someone with no experience, care to explain on who I name dropped? This is pretty much like one of your other threads that is useless and has gone down the same path. You took what I wrote and altered to make a point, which is not close. I'm not stupid or an idiot than you very much. Obviously you just haven't realized that no one here is really going to listen to the BS you are petaling or saying since it seems all your are trying to make a case for what you do when someone questions it. This $25 towel is just a stupid complaint to make into a bigger thing. How many people in this world buy things that is the exact same as something else just for the name on it, I bet a ton. You start a thread it seems calm but the moment someone questions your tactics or way of doing it, you lash out like they don't know what they are talking about. So come on, agree to disagree that this is getting useless. To me sir, your a F *cking idiot and need to get a life outside of getting banned from forums to prove some point.

You did not have to, it was obvious. Clearly, you cannot determine what is BS,and someone not trying to sell YOU something.
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Nobody here has censored you. But from your comment it sounds like it has happened to you. What I don't understand is why you don't leave on your own. You've said on a number of occasions that you just wanted to give advice.

Well, your advice has pretty overwhelmingly (not totally) been rejected, yet you keep preaching. You have used the word zealot a few times. I think you need to look up the definition, then look in the mirror. Some people need the visual before it sinks in.

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How much does it cost to opticoat a vehicle. 1994 f150? standard cab, 8ft bed. I will no longer have to wax again?

One other benefit with Opti coat is that vehicles with thin clear coats can thicken with one application
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One other benefit with Opti coat is that vehicles with thin clear coats can thicken with one application

So wait, you say your not here trying to sell anything but all we keep hearing out of you is Opticoat. Yep, we got it that Opticoat is good and there are multiple threads on it (go look it up and preach in there). Yep we get it that you use claybar/mud(dirt that isn't for the average Joe)/water to clean the paint. Haven't heard 1 person buy into your great washing or cleaning of the paint. No real before/after pictures to show what (if any) improvement your skills have done to a vehicle. Yes, preach how it is your job and you want to make it easy, blah blah blah. It seems your missing the point in this thread at this point. NO ONE CARES nor does it seem they believe your theory when you can't even show before/after pictures like Scott asked in another thread, all you did was try to answer a question with more questions. If your way of detailing is so great and want to give out your advice for free, then go make a youtube channel and make videos for the masses. Do you even own a Jeep/Dodge product that you even help people with that doesn't involve detailing? If not, then you really are just wasting time.

Telling someone to mind their own business on a thread in a public forum is just another dumb thing. If you don't want peoples thoughts or comments then you don't make stupid threads, does that make sense or do I need to spell it out for you.
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I just love threads like this

Been awhile since I had the pleasure of moving anything to flammables, but we're getting there, LOL
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