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Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by scotty76, Jul 11, 2013.
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give it a while and we'll be using it, bet it'll be expensive though. looks really good!
This is the stuff they use with Ferrari F1 Team, it's awesome.
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Exo V2 is out now. Frankly as keen as I am, semi permanent coatings scare me. I'd definitely get a pro to apply them! Exo in particular needs specific temperatures and a very clean surface to bond to. I can't do those things working outside!
Yeah this isn't to bad to be honest!
Try using Optimum Polymer Ceramic 2.0 Opti-Coat.
It's fully permanent! When I applied it I spent 2 days getting the paint better than new so there was a 'perfect' surface for it to bond to.
The results to this day is literally un-scratch able!
Nah. I'm too much of a "try things out" kind of person.
My car has on various different panels: AG HD Wax, DJ Blue Velvet Pro, GTechniq C2V3 (love this) and DJ Acrylic Spritz. The C2V3 is the best trade off between quick application and mega beading. I love to experiment!
I love the experimenting too! All these waxes and sealants claim like 1-6 months protection,
'Good one' I'm stripping them off two weeks later and trying something new lol
Waxes and sealants can be put on top of the opti-coat to bring out the shine/depth and metallic effect etc.
It just protects the oem clear coat from damage with basically putting another clear coat layer on top. So you can treat it just like a normal paint finish. Just with a 3rd layer.
no good for cars or anything that wouldn't look good with a plastic coating.
Good find! But yeah, unless you want the matt look it's not for the outside. I originally posted this as a bit of a joke and am amazed someone actually tried it! That's the internet for you.