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Auto Detailing Enthusiast from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Optimum Car Wash Review w/ Optimum Opti-Mitt


Where does this product sit in Optimum's product line considering that Optimum No-Rinse is positioned as a rinse-less car wash. What benefit's, if any, does the Optimum Car Wash offer over the extremely convenient, easy to use and rinse-less Optimum No-Rinse?

The unique selling point of ONR is that there is no rinsing required before or after washing. Just simply mix a bucket of ONR, wipe clean and wipe dry.

However, there are still those that prefer a more traditional type of car wash and this is where the Optimum Car Wash comes in.

Optimum Car Wash comes in a deeper blue color compared with ONR and has a pleasant aroma. As the Optimum Opti-Mitt was specifically designed to be used with ONR and Optimum Car Wash it was also used in this review.

Does it work?

Click on the link below for the full review:

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

detailien @ exoticmods with ZTH for the Honda Hot Import Nights

A short phone call from my buddy KC.

A simple quick detail.

A change of plans.

6 hours... 10 showcars... 2 supercars... much blood, sweat and tears(???) later...




Click on the link below for the full story:

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Optimum No-Rinse (ONR) Guide with Optimum Opti-Mitt and Optimum Opti-Seal

This is a step-by-step guide on how to use Optimum No-Rinse (ONR) with the latest Optimum Opti-Mitt. There is also a section at the end on the proper use of Optimum Opti-Seal.

The Optimum Opti-Mitt (OOM) is one of the latest products to be released by Optimum Polymer Technologies. The OOM is specially designed for use with Optimum No-Rinse (ONR) and Optimum Car Wash (OWSH).

According to Optimum Polymer Technologies:
Optimum Opti-Mitt (OOM) is made of high density polyurethane foam that is very soft, highly absorbent, and very durable. It is specifically designed to work with Optimum No-Rinse (ONR) and Optimum Car Wash (OWSH) to make the process of washing cars safer and easier. The waffle design creates a much larger surface area for removing all the dirt and grime from teh surface safely and effectively.

For the complete step-by-step guide for ONR and the full review of the Optimum Opti-Mitt, click on the link below:

Detailing Clinic by detailien.com

My buddy KC organized an advanced detailing clinic for a number of detailers from all over the country including East Malaysia.

His post on this clinic can be found on his blog:

These are my pictures from the clinic.

KC explaining the theory of detailing and paint correction to the participants.

Aside from the usual basics, this clinic was targeted at more experienced detailers wanting to learn more about more advanced detailing techniques such as wetsanding, compounding, polishing and also Optimum Opti Coating.

To read more about it, click on the link below:

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


We have a new website for Optimum Car Care Products.

For full details on Optimum Car Care products, please visit:

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Mercedes Benz AMG E-Class Glass Coating and Interior Detailing with Optimum Opti-Clean

Posted the exterior detail and Optimum Opti-Coating of this car here:

After completing the Optimum Opti-Coating very, very, early in the morning... I continued the next day or should I say later that same morning with a light interior cleaning with Optimum Opti-Clean and protected the leather with Optimum Protectant Plus.

Optimum Opti-Clean is the latest product from Optimum Polymer Technologies and is a revolutionary waterless wash which is suitable for cleaning exterior AND interior surfaces.

The glass and wheels were then coated with Optimum Opti-Coat.

For more details of the detail, click the link below:

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Optimum Opti-Coat on Mercedes Benz AMG E-Class

The owner of this AMG Mercedes had contacted me some time ago as he wanted to ensure that his newly acquired pride and joy was properly protected from the harsh environmental conditions with a protective layer of Optimum Opti-Coat. 

Optimum Opti-Coat forms a PERMANENT protective layer on the surface of the paint which helps protect the original paint from environmental damage. The Optimium Opti-Coat adds 2-3 microns to the thickness of the paint and is harder and more scratch resistant than the original factory paint. Optimum Opti-Coat also has superior hydrophobic properties which helps to ensure that dirt or other contaminants are less likely to bond with the paint and to make cleaning and maintaining the paint easier. Should there be any need to remove any stains which have bonded to the paint such as watermarks, the Optimum Opti-Coat can be polished while leaving the original factory paint untouched.

A common misconception with regards to coating is that the coat itself is the most important part of the process. The coating does matter but it is the surface preparation that makes all of the difference to the appearance of the paint and the coating is added as the last step to protect the paint. Any paint defects that are not corrected will be sealed in by the coating and hence it is critical to ensure the paint is properly corrected before coating.

This Mercedes Benz AMG E-Class took well over 15 hours and two-days to carry out the paint correction and Opti-Coating of the exterior and glass surfaces.


Swirls and RIDS....

No need to PANIC!!!

Optimum Hyper Compound and Optimum Hyper Polish are here to save the day....

After many, many, hours... lots of sweat and a little beer....

Full details of this detail after the link:

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Optimum Opti-Coat Review - Update after 15 Months

How long does the Optimum Opti-Coat lasts? Does it really work?
- Optimum Opti-Coat is supposed to form a PERMANENT protective layer on top of your existing paint and is designed to be harder, more scratch resistant and has better water beading characteristics than the original paint.
- Optimum Opti-Coat is supposed to last and protect for as long as the coating is taken care of properly.
- Another advantage of getting your car coated is that should there be any issue with with scratches or watermarks which requires polishing or compounding, only the Optimum Opti-Coat will be affected as the original paint below the Optimum Opti-Coat will not be touched.

Does it really work? How long does it last?

The only way to tell is to try it out...

The surface of this test vehicle suffered from clearcoat failure. IF the Optimum Opti-Coat really works and forms an additional permanent protective layer on top of the paint, the coated area should remain the same and the paint should not oxidize and revert back to the original condition over time.

Early-May 2010: A section of the test area was taped off and corrected before the Optimum Opti-Coat was applied.

After correction. Nice and shiny with the gloss restored.

Time to try out the coating...

The surface really looks great!!!

Mid-May 2010: Great water beading!!!

June 2010: Still the same reflection...

May 2011: Water sheeting ONE YEAR LATER!!!

August 2011: After 15 MONTHS!!!

Does Optimum Opti-Coat work?

They say a picture tells a thousand words..... at least this saves me from typing another 738 words.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Extreme Watermark Correction and OptiCoating on a Honda Civic

The owner of this new Civic had called my buddy KC to come and rescue his ride but due to some unfortunate events which KC explained in his blog http://thedetailers.blogspot.com/2011/07/is-pain-necessarily.html he was unable to carry out the work.

The Civic's owner had waited over a month and so I was roped in to help out with the heavy work... but seriously, many thanks to KC for inviting me to assist in this detail.

Let's get started.

Doesn't look too bad from here.

Upon closer inspection, the windows had some pretty severe watermarks. The owner noticed these marks just after buying the car. When he brought it up with Honda Malaysia they told him basically that it was his problem and this could not be fixed under warranty....

The driver's side windows and the front windscreen were the worst affected.

Click the link below to find out if the watermarks could be removed: