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    Sic and Reload

    Hi, I can see Sic on the site and in the specifications it says:
    Do NOT top with Reload during initial installation. Reload can damage SIC if used in the first few days. SiC is very slick on is own and in fact more slick then Reload.
    I can't use any topper over Sic, even after 4 to 6 months of application? should I not use anything for maintenance?
    And if I use it, I lose the Sic properties ??
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dacdri View Post
    Hi, I can see Sic on the site and in the specifications it says:
    Do NOT top with Reload during initial installation. Reload can damage SIC if used in the first few days. SiC is very slick on is own and in fact more slick then Reload.
    I can't use any topper over Sic, even after 4 to 6 months of application? should I not use anything for maintenance?
    And if I use it, I lose the Sic properties ??
    thanks
    Hi Dacdri, I think I answered you also on Facebook very early this morning. It was something like this below:

    Hi Davidson, you can use Reload after SiC after 4-6 months no problem. It will not decrease the slickness after that unless it sat in a garage without driving for 4-6 months as well… in that case it will still have the full slickness of Sic with no environmental damage to have take any of it off. We would not apply Reload until after fully cured as it is a waste of time and only takes away from the superior slickness that SiC provides on its own

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Hi Dacdri, I think I answered you also on Facebook very early this morning. It was something like this below:

    Hi Davidson, you can use Reload after SiC after 4-6 months no problem. It will not decrease the slickness after that unless it sat in a garage without driving for 4-6 months as well… in that case it will still have the full slickness of Sic with no environmental damage to have take any of it off. We would not apply Reload until after fully cured as it is a waste of time and only takes away from the superior slickness that SiC provides on its own
    Hello yes you, replied no Facebook thank you very much for the feedback, have a nice day

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