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Jonesey
Jun 9th, 2020, 12:30 PM
I've just about finished detailing my 2001 M3, Carbon Black (which is really dark blue) and will soon be doing my 2015 Black 535. I've used the M27, which has been great to work with, and looks really nice. Even though the M3 lives in a garage, it still gets pollen, dust and cotton wood fluff all over it. I'd like to pick up one of the new detailers to use and stay ceramic to keep the beading and slickness of the #27.
In Canada, I can easily get the ceramic detailer, but the bead booster is not available. I have ordered online for other unavailable products before, but getting stuff across the border without crazy "brokerage fees" right now is a pain. What are the differences in the two products? Is there one that works better with the #27?

DanielCostaRica
Jun 9th, 2020, 03:22 PM
Hi!!!
I have tried both and right now I would say M799 leaves better slickness, but Ceramic Detailer leaves better gloss, that could be my perception... I always think the results can vary from car to car.
Get the Ceramic Detailer for now, just to try the technology. They both have the same SiO2 technology and very similar characteristics. The dilution 1:3 makes M799 an amazing Detailer, just as G2005 Ceramic Detailer which is Ready to Use. They don

symmetrical
Jun 12th, 2020, 11:08 AM
I have both, and I found that Hybrid Ceramic Detailer was easier to use. Bead Booster (diluted 1:3 with water) is slightly more streaky so it takes just a bit more work to buff.

However, I found that Bead Booster seems to have better beading. I'm going to guess that it's because of a higher concentration of SIO2 in the formula.

In the end the differences are marginal to me, and you should get whatever is available to you.

Nick Winn
Jun 15th, 2020, 09:50 AM
I would say go for our Hybrid Ceramic Detailer, it's what you are looking for & readily available, seems to make sense to me. M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster diluted at 1:3 is basically Hybrid Ceramic Detailer.

ZL1TQ
Jul 30th, 2020, 03:25 PM
I've just about finished detailing my 2001 M3, Carbon Black (which is really dark blue) and will soon be doing my 2015 Black 535. I've used the M27, which has been great to work with, and looks really nice. Even though the M3 lives in a garage, it still gets pollen, dust and cotton wood fluff all over it. I'd like to pick up one of the new detailers to use and stay ceramic to keep the beading and slickness of the #27.
In Canada, I can easily get the ceramic detailer, but the bead booster is not available. I have ordered online for other unavailable products before, but getting stuff across the border without crazy "brokerage fees" right now is a pain. What are the differences in the two products? Is there one that works better with the #27?

I have bought both detailers. Recently using bead booster over m27. In my opinion by far best combo. Much more durability from bead booster no question at all. I use a shop light to remove haze. I actually spray and rubbed in my entire vehicle before removing. I had to use a very light damp microfiber to remove just a few high spots from
leaving on too long. I am extremely impressed with bead booster. I don’t care as much about ease of applicAtion than I do results.

Nick Winn
Jul 31st, 2020, 05:48 AM
I have bought both detailers. Recently using bead booster over m27. In my opinion by far best combo. Much more durability from bead booster no question at all. I use a shop light to remove haze. I actually spray and rubbed in my entire vehicle before removing. I had to use a very light damp microfiber to remove just a few high spots from
leaving on too long. I am extremely impressed with bead booster. I don’t care as much about ease of applicAtion than I do results.

Thanks for sharing!