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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Hmm.. It seems that the adjectives revolutionary, innovative, unique or one of a kind are almost always bound with controversial or something to that effect. Ultimate Wax (particularly the liquid) is supposed to be a big leap forward in Megs wax line up but many were then plagued by streaking, difficulty of use, and even durability. However, I still plan get this paint protect as soon as it gets to our shores.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Seems like this product is not really aimed at the enthusiast market...
    I'm not sure if I agree (respectfully of course).

    I enjoy this as a hobby and like giving my and my wife's car lots of attention. Having said that, I work in a light industrial part of town and when there's a light rain I now get perfectly formed little beads of water and dust that dry and leave spots on my car.

    If this sheets more than beads, perhaps that would be the better thing. I bought a bottle and in a couple of weeks I plan to try it out. The ease of application could make this a winner for me.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Fair point. Let us know how it goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Fair point. Let us know how it goes!
    I'll be sure to share my experiences with the rest of the community.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    I forgot to post these. This was back on 3/2/2015 when it rained over night. This is the morning after. This is the beading after 5 days of initial application back on 2/24/2015.










    Got some rain today. Here is the beading of paint protect on the hood. I have not topped it with anything else or used any soap with wax on it. I've only used hyper wash and mostly D114. I originally applied it back on 2/24/2015. 42 days after application.




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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Does the paint still feel slick and smooth after washing? Beeding isn't the end all of test to show a products protection abilities, but on the other hand we all love our beeds.

    Check this out from Hydro2, not to hijack but I was very impressed. It was still going strong as of last week on the top of the car, not so much the lower panels and doors.

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/...hydro-2-a.html

    http://www.meticulous-detail.com/
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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    It's not as smooth after the initial application but still smooth. For me personally it tends to start to sheet rather than bead when I wash. The sheeting is a little slower as well.

    I wanted to show that it has lasted at least a month. Some have claimed that it has failed within a month. So far it's still on the paint.

    Hydro2 is a cool product. Great for a detailer who needs a quick detail.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Thanks for the update Guz. The beading looks ok after 6 weeks.
    I'd be interested to see what it looks like at the 2, 3, 4 month mark. That's if you can control yourself and not put anything else on it during that time! I know I probably couldn't!

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    It's not as smooth after the initial application but still smooth. For me personally it tends to start to sheet rather than bead when I wash. The sheeting is a little slower as well.

    I wanted to show that it has lasted at least a month. Some have claimed that it has failed within a month. So far it's still on the paint.

    Hydro2 is a cool product. Great for a detailer who needs a quick detail.
    Thanx for the info.

    I am impressed with Hydro2, it lasted 5 months through a horrible winter for me.

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    Re: Paint Protect 365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Thanks for the update Guz. The beading looks ok after 6 weeks.
    I'd be interested to see what it looks like at the 2, 3, 4 month mark. That's if you can control yourself and not put anything else on it during that time! I know I probably couldn't!
    I almost hit it with D156 when I was using it as a drying aid. I caught myself lol. I have no problem letting it go to see how it looks as the weeks go by. The rain was heavy this time do the drops were fairly large. But so far it's still on the paint.

    Quote Originally Posted by Meticulous-Detail View Post
    Thanx for the info.

    I am impressed with Hydro2, it lasted 5 months through a horrible winter for me.
    That pretty good and durable. Did you ever get PP365?

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