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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    This product will NOT be for sale at TNOG next week, nor will any of the other new products. They were just introduced today and will be shipping most likely in early December.

    As previously stated, this product is not about gloss but rather protection. Ultimate Wax and NXT should prove a bit glossier but this will easily out last them, hands down.

    As for sheeting vs beading - this product is all about relentless beading. Will it sheet water off if you do that final rinse sheeting process after a wash? Of course, and it will do it quite well.
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    While the product is indeed quite thin in viscosity, the bottle has a pinhole type opening that allows for controlled dispensing of the product. Again, application is essentially like any other wax - very thin and uniform, but you find that a little goes a very long way with this. Essentially apply and wipe off.
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Thanks for clarifying some of those things Mike. Really excited about this product, but it almost seems too good to be true...

    Can it go on over a wax like ULW or an AIO like M66 or D151? I'm thinking it would be a great product to add on to a basic 1-step detail since AIOs don't have the greatest durability.

    Also, if it can't go on over a wax, do you need to do anything to the paint to prep it first so that it bonds properly...ie IPA wipedown?

    Finally, what category are you guys considering this to be in? Wax? Sealant? Coating? Something new all together? Thanks again!
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Jarred, there really isn't anything special you need to do to prep for this. Of course claying is always a good idea but no IPA wipedown or anything outside the normal wax application routine is needed. You shouldn't have any problems applying this over an existing wax so it should be able to fit into your scenario without issue.

    We definitely do NOT classify this as a coating. It's a paint protectant, so it's right in there with waxes and sealants, except that it's crazy durable and the very thin viscosity of the product make the application and wipe off a somewhat unique experience in the world of waxes and sealants.
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Thanks for such a quick response Mike! It sounds super easy as for application, so a great add-on that doesn't need a bunch of prep work like a coating.

    I'll be looking forward to seeing some pictures of it in action after the TNOG next week! Hopefully some of those guys will give us some first hand experiences too! Thanks again!
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    I predict this will likely be a top seller at the stores.....I can see a lot of my non car friends using this.
    Dec cannot come fast enough.... I will be buying a couple bottles for sure!
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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Sweet! Can't wait to see some reviews.

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Any reason why this can't be used on wheels?? Seems like a natural fit for wheels.

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Quote Originally Posted by pwaug View Post
    Any reason why this can't be used on wheels?? Seems like a natural fit for wheels.
    I think I'm going to use it on my house for $10 for 16 oz!

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    Re: Paint Protect - 365 Day Durability

    Probably awesome for RVs and 5th wheels with the price point too!
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