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    Hydro2 Lite

    Hey guys, new here and have a question. I searched and couldn't find anything. I just got my new 2020 Trail Boss back a couple weeks ago after having it coated with CQuartz Finest Reserve. When I picked it up they spent alot of time with me on how to properly wash it, all the products they use and recommend and a few options for toppers. I chose to use Hydro2 Lite because of the ease of use and I like it so far. Even though it says it can be used on any surface I was advised to not use it on the glass and I've read some posts here that said others agree with that. Besides the glass, I've used it on everything except my powder coated side steps. What do you guys say? Good to go on those or something else I should use? I appreciate the help!

    Rudy

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    Rudy,
    I’m not a pro detailer, but I’ve used HydrO2 Lite on all glass except the windshield / windscreen. Smearing can occur from the wiper blades. Regardless if I get overspray on that glass or not, I go over it with a safe glass cleaner.

    Cody

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudy View Post
    Hey guys, new here and have a question. I searched and couldn't find anything. I just got my new 2020 Trail Boss back a couple weeks ago after having it coated with CQuartz Finest Reserve. When I picked it up they spent alot of time with me on how to properly wash it, all the products they use and recommend and a few options for toppers. I chose to use Hydro2 Lite because of the ease of use and I like it so far. Even though it says it can be used on any surface I was advised to not use it on the glass and I've read some posts here that said others agree with that. Besides the glass, I've used it on everything except my powder coated side steps. What do you guys say? Good to go on those or something else I should use? I appreciate the help!

    Rudy
    Go for it. Being on the lower half of the vehicle, I can't see how you can avoid it dripping onto the side steps.

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