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I have Gloss Coat on front fascia of 2015 Nissan Rogue in Jet Black to help with cleaning, and sealants/waxes on rest of car.

Purchased Cure to add hydrophobicity to Gloss Coat. I does that but is now attaching all sorts of water spotting - not sure why this is - don't know if Cure just doesn't like Gloss Coat, or if there is another problem. Due to high contaminate rural area and working at sawmill I utilize free pressure rinse daily when leaving work, resulting in water spotting in low airflow areas, especially rear corners and deck. When using Cure over waxes/sealants (JetSeal base with alternating layers of Opti-Seal, paste waxes, and Meg's Ultimate liquid and spray waxes - Wolfgang Uber rinseless wash for maintenance) I have no problems - easy one and off, leaves great shine, and has reduced water spotting in low airflow areas which is what I was after. I use Cure once every three weeks along with Meguiars Ultimate Spray Wax and Detailer as drying agents during rinseless washes three times a week. Cure works well as a drying agent during rinseless washes and has significantly reduced water spotting in low air flow areas. Recommend giving it a try if you need added hydrophobicity.

Follow Up: The key to using with Optimum Gloss Coat is to clean the surface really well with Optimum Paint Prep before applying Gyeon Cure. Once you do this combination works perfectly - great shine and superior slickness against bugs and water spots. If you have Gloss Coat then Paint Prep is your friend! If you do not use a coating rejuvenator like Cure, then use Paint Prep as a maintenance product to clean Gloss Coat - it will not deteriorate the coating. If you use Cure, then you can use rinseless washes to keep clean. I use Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash as it has good lubricity during cleaning, and leaves a slick surface. Once a month I strip Cure with Paint Prep, then use Optimum Mineral Deposit Remover on water spots, then Paint Prep again to get surface very very clean, then reapply Cure. This process goes quickly once you get it down, and leave a beautiful and super slick finish.
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Very easy to apply wet or dry. I find it best applied with a damp MF towel. Good to bring back the hydrophobic properties of coated paint, but i use it on un-coated paint as well. Great for windshields too.

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