Originally Posted by firedoc
You said you had it detailed before. Was that just a good washing with no wax such as wash & wax? Did it get clayed before you did it?
Thanks for trying and reporting.
I had it washed with a spray and dry wax soap. No other surface treatment, no clay, no special washes. The Graphene manufacturer, and the 303 Nano Graphene manufacturer, both recommend clay treatment if you're so inclined but unlike ceramic it is not required.
A simple way to apply it is to wash the coach with soap and hose it down, then spray on some Graphene while it is still wet, then hit it again with the hose to disperse the Graphene. The final step would be to dry the surface with a towel.
I highly recommend you to Google graphene, and you will find that it is considered to be revolutionary in scientific circles. It's black but has 98% optical transmission, 200 times stronger than steel by weight, 1000X lighter than paper. Also a super conductor if configured right, and it has unusual electrical and heat transfer characteristics. So much so that an application of Graphene on painted surfaces actually keeps the surface cooler by heat transmission. Winner of the Nobel prize in Physics, so fascinating reading.