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Old 02-11-19, 08:56 AM
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Hi all. Has anyone yet tried this new product? From what I read, it sounds good. I saw a few videos on it and it was quite impressive.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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Old 02-11-19, 12:10 PM
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Want to try this out but it's sold out everywhere for some reason. Or simply not available.
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I have not tried it. It does not have very good Amazon reviews. I'm a huge fan of Turtle Wax Ice.
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I have not tried it. It does not have very good Amazon reviews. I'm a huge fan of Turtle Wax Ice.
people are dumb tho so its hard to trust amazon reviews. I wouldn't doubt some of the bad reviews are because the damn thing says Ceramic and these people were expecting a coating out of a glorified spray wax.
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If you're looking for shine, their Ultimate Quik Wax would be the better choice. Longevity, this would be the better choice. Just reading their forums, application is a lot different as well. UQW is meant to be sprayed on dry, while HCW is meant to be applied while the car is still wet and then rinsed off. Don't get on trim/glass... They say it can be used in place of a wax, or in addition to one, so I want to assume this should be applied before a wax if you want to go that route.

Looks like some of the issues stem from people over applying it which causes it to streak. And on the Amazon note, a good chunk of reviews are people complaining about cracked bottles.

I might buy a bottle and give it a try, spring detailing will be coming soon.

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What's the best way to use a product that can't get on trim or glass? Do you mask off with tape like when painting?
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I plan on picking up a bottle of this as well. Almost seems too good to be true but figure I'll give it a whirl
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Originally Posted by Lexus2000 View Post
Want to try this out but it's sold out everywhere for some reason. Or simply not available.
They have it in stock here, and currently running 25% off as well.

Hybrid Ceramic

With a full PPF and Professional Ceramic Coat recently done I was advised not to use this at this time. Perhaps I'll give it a shot on my daily driver instead of RCF.
Anyone who tries it first please leave some feedback for us ok?

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