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I keep seeing adds for this stuff and would like to get some unbiased opinions as they definitely don't give it away. I am always pretty skeptical of testimonials on a product's website. Especially when it is supposed to work on plastic, steel, wood, rubber, concrete, cloth, etc... lol
 

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Most reviews I have seen say it it not worth the price. Even if the price was $10, you will be miles ahead with a true ceramic top coat.

I use plain old HiTech yellow carnuba over polish from Poorboy's and finish with Poorboy's spray detailer.

good luck.
 

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I keep seeing adds for this stuff and would like to get some unbiased opinions as they definitely don't give it away. I am always pretty skeptical of testimonials on a product's website. Especially when it is supposed to work on plastic, steel, wood, rubber, concrete, cloth, etc... lol


Not worth it at all. Makes zero difference.

Nothing will top a good clay bar and wax job.
 

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I just just a full wax job in the spring and use Meguires Ultimate Quick wax a few times a year on my Explorer.
After a wash and quick wax, paint looks very fancy.

I wouldn't "wash" without soap/water, regardless of coating.

Anyone ever try Meguires quick wax on plastic trim? I haven't, but curious if it's any different than the "revolutionary" F11.
 

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Best polish I've used is Yamaha "glare" (or we call it yamaglare at work). Beats any show car and ceramic I've ever used. It's applied a little differently too, read the directions on the bottle. Follow up with a good wax and it'll shine like a diamond in a.....nevermind.
 
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