I heard that this product seems to offer more anti-static ability than the 425 spray. I often wondered if they were all to similar in design and function, so I requested a bottle.
Immediately noted was that the included sprayer offers much to much product. I will however note that wipe up was easy even with over application and no apparent streaking on black even in direct sunlight. The product seems a bit thicker than 425 and lays on the surface differently. After the first wipe there is a noticable slickness in its feel almost as if the towel is floating. There seems to be no attributable scent to it, and blue coloring is nice and stands out amongst other detail sprays.
After use the finish was crisp and reflective. It did not have any glow like carnauba based sprays but nowhere near plastic in look either. Since its poly based it stands to reason. It clearly looked nice and made drying choirs easy in Florida sun and removed very light water spotting. I would NOT however use as a dedicated quick detailer as I noticed absolutely no cleaning power. I am anxious with a daily driver that sits outside 24/7 to see what the anti-static abilities can do, as it seems a dust magnet. I also used the spray on the wheels while drying to test its ability to hold brake dust above the surface for easy washing next week.
All in all, I must say I was pleased with the spray. With a thick MF towel and a wipe or two its gone and noticable slickness was present. With darker cars, the crisp clean look is also a + . I do now feel that without a doubt the spray is different than 425 and will have its place at home and within the FinishKare line. I wonder how well it works with their sealants and look forward to additional reviews in the future on this line.
So in closing ... try Finish Kare. So far Pink Wax, 425, and 146 are nice. My hope is that some of you will also try it and piggyback onto this review with your thoughts and followups.