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    Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    I picked some of this up and have used it 3 times.. and seem to notice what looks like an oil slick on top of the water in my bucket and on the paint.. I mix it per instructions..3 oz of soap and .05 oz of SI02 for 3 gallons of water..am I missing something..any suggestions would be great..

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    Re: Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    Quote Originally Posted by 02Rodeo View Post
    I picked some of this up and have used it 3 times.. and seem to notice what looks like an oil slick on top of the water in my bucket and on the paint.. I mix it per instructions..3 oz of soap and .05 oz of SI02 for 3 gallons of water..am I missing something..any suggestions would be great..
    Hi 02Rodeo,

    That is the SiO2 boost. Are you having an issue?
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    Re: Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    I fill my bucket up with 3 gallons of water and then mix in the soap and Si02 boost and there is what looks like an oil slick on top of the water..

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    Re: Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    Quote Originally Posted by 02Rodeo View Post
    I fill my bucket up with 3 gallons of water and then mix in the soap and Si02 boost and there is what looks like an oil slick on top of the water..
    That is normal. That is the SiO2 Boost Additive.
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    Re: Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    Oh ok .. would I be better off putting in soap and Si02 boost and then putting the water in to mix it up better..thank you in advance for the info....

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    Re: Hybrid Ceramic Wash and Wax..

    Quote Originally Posted by 02Rodeo View Post
    Oh ok .. would I be better off putting in soap and Si02 boost and then putting the water in to mix it up better..thank you in advance for the info....
    Just the way it is recommended soap first, then pour in boost is adequate.
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