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    March 21, 2013 7:43 PM

    a. Always Store Bottle tightly capped in Dark.
    b. Clay & Clean car completely before its use, paint preparation is important.
    c. Always Apply UPGP with Hand using the Microfiber pad supplied.
    d. Apply as less as possible.
    e. Always work Panel by Panel in overlapping circular manner.
    f. Put 2 coats for best effect, wait 45 minutes between 1st & 2nd coat.

    1. Shake the bottle for 1 minute.

    2. Take a clean microfiber applicator and spray 1 time onto it to prime it.

    3. Spray on it one more time and do about a 3 SQ FT area. Max 2 spray per panel for a Mid Size car.

    4. Apply in circular motions just making sure to overlap and cover the entire area. You are not polishing so no need to rub too hard or over and over. Always finish with straight lines from front to back of the panel. 3 SQ FT is an estimate. Another thing to look for is that your applicator is no longer leaving anything on the paint. But on certain colors and without really good lighting it is sometimes hard to tell anyway. Basically make sure you do about 3 SQ FT. Then wipe over to the side a bit where you know you haven’t applied any to see if there is still anything coming off the pad.

    5. Repeat until you get to the last panel. There may or may not be a slight film on the paint for a bit but it starts it’s bonding process immediately. DO NOT touch the paint. Wait 45 minutes and inspect. There should be no need to do anything else. This is not a product that you have to buff off. In the unlikely chance that there is a streak somewhere after 45 minutes of curing allow to cure longer (up to 12 hours) after that if a streak remains simply take some QD and spray and wipe the streak with a high quality MF towel.

    6.Even though on some colors or in some lighting it seems like you aren’t putting anything on your paint just TRUST the product. It will come out great if you don’t over apply.

    Taken & modified from Autogeek Forum


    racing_2012 said:

    Joined: Feb 12, 2018
    Posts: 1

    February 12, 2018 7:48 AM

    Hi Sanjay,

    Planning to buy UPGP one question before that,

    After wash&clay, then apply ultimate polish, after that can i apply UPGP.

    Will it has bonding issue. Do you have any product to remove oils from polish.

    sanjay said:

    Joined: Nov 23, 2010
    Posts: 41

    February 12, 2018 9:46 AM

    Yes, after ultimate polish you can apply UPGP without any issues. As far as i know these days all good quality compound are water based, there are not much oils. so just a nice wipe with a clean microfiber after polish will work good before application of UPGP. If you are much concerned, you can do a quick spray with very mild car soap, clean it off wipe dry with an MF.



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