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rtookey wrote: Clean your vehicle, let it dry, spray 2 sprays per panel, and wipe off with a microfiber towel. No buffing required. Wait about 24 hours later, do another application.

Stuff is amazing. Can spray it on everything, glass, paint, wheels, plastic....
yeah I treat all my glass with it (windshield, door windows) and its amazing. Similar or better than RainX esp on the windshield in my mind. Do have to spread it evenly so no streaks (no diff from RainX anyway).
If your wipers are noisy cuz rubbing with the windshield, this will do the trick !
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It's so good to hear there are alternatives to CarPro now...
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kiasu wrote: what does the claybar do? what happen if I skip that step?
I find it works significantly better / last longer when the car is adequately prepped (decontaminated, clayed, or polished) prior to application.
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Anikiri wrote: Claybars remove most, if not all, of the debris you accumulate from driving that get stuck in your paint... that a wash cannot remove.

If you don't remove it, and you buff the car, you can create paint streaks by moving these debris around the clearcoat.

You don't *have* to claybar, but any professional detail will include a claybar. If you're going to spent 20 bucks applying this stuff, you should go the extra mile.
jaynometry wrote: Then your paint won't feel smooth. The coatings you'll apply will stick to the embedded particles instead of the paint. Honestly, to me, I'd feel it's a wasted effort if you don't clay and just applied a coating or wax after you wash.
ok...great info..

so any claybar would b fine? like there is specific type or brand of claybar right?
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Anikiri wrote: any claybar is fine. Get one from Amazon. Just wet the claybar and run it around the paint lightly. don't apply much pressure. You can youtube it. Make sure the claybar stays wet with a soapy solution or claybar solution
I disagree with using just any claybar. Some are definitely more effective than others. I have used Riccardo Blue and Optimum Opti-clay for example and both of those did almost nothing. For easy availability, I like Mothers clay, and Mothers Speed Clay Mitt 2.0 is awesome in terms of speed, although I find I still need a bar for the most stubborn fallout. Meguiar's clay is not bad, but it streaks easier than Mothers.
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my order is ready for pickup!!! so fast?
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Amazing! Guys, it doesn't matter how expensive this is.... 10 bucks or 30 bucks.... if it lasts ~6 months, you're telling me you are gonna chimp out on decent paint protection over 30 bucks. You can't fork out 30 dollars for the supposed 6 months for a product. LOL
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Citizen Bmac wrote: I disagree with using just any claybar. Some are definitely more effective than others. I have used Riccardo Blue and Optimum Opti-clay for example and both of those did almost nothing. For easy availability, I like Mothers clay, and Mothers Speed Clay Mitt 2.0 is awesome in terms of speed, although I find I still need a bar for the most stubborn fallout. Meguiar's clay is not bad, but it streaks easier than Mothers.
thx...will search for that...so normally how long does it take someone to apply the clay on whole car?
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zobi123 wrote: Ceramic is better. Confirmed from the creators of the product.

Ooooh, only 3 sprays for half the hood. I most definitely have been applying way too much product. Face With Tears Of Joy
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zobi123 wrote: Ceramic is better. Confirmed from the creators of the product.

There is a new formula of Seal and Shine that has been released.. may not be on shelves yet in Canada.
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