opti coat is not really a pain, but it does have its application technique.
for something really durable and still easy to apply, the collonite might be the best option.
on my website, there is an application video for opti coat. check it out at www.oldetownautospa.ca before you decide which route to go.
you can either order right through the store, or i can send you an invoice by email that you can pay with your credit card. if you are going to order through the store though, sign up for an account first before ordering, that way i can adjust your pricing level to a discounted price.
Thanks for the reply Jeff. I guess whatever you prefer. Looks like Opti Coat is the most durable and yields a good shine as its at the top of your list. Assuming its not a pain to apply. How do I go about paying you? I've used PayPal in the past but I haven't in so long my technology weak self would probably send my money to Singapore lol. Could send ya a check, if not I can see about learning pay pal again. Just let me know.
Hello there. I was told by a Mr. "Chunkem" that you were the man to talk to about finding a product to take care of my chrome clad wheels. This is my 1st Ram. I've only had it a couple weeks and I'd like to keep the wheels shiny, scratch free and corrosion free. I plan on cleaning them with soap and water with a soft bristle brush to get the superficial stuff but I guess would like a nice polish or wax sealant that won't scratch when applying. Thanks a bunch for any help.