I just wanted post my thoughts on the new Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant. I know a lot of folks have already posted a bunch of info and reviews but I figured I would add my thoughts and feelings on the product. Thanks again to Nick for sending me out a bottle to try. Product:
Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant Size:
8 oz Cost:
$29.99 Directions and Instruction:
(From Autogeek Website)
Interior surfaces need to be clean and dry before applying Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant.
1. Work on a cool surface in the shade.
2. Shake bottle well before and periodically during use.
3. Apply a small amount to a clean foam applicator and then work into the surface.
4. When working on smooth, hard surfaces use a separate clean, dry microfiber towel to wipe-off any excess product.
5. If less shine is desired on plastic, rubber, vinyl and leather surfaces, lightly buff with a clean, dry microfiber towel two minutes after application.
Product Description (from Autogeek website):
Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant is an invisible, advanced synthetic polymer coating that provides a durable coating of protection and beauty to all leather, plastic, vinyl, rubber, wood and metal interior trim! Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant replaces the need for multiple products! My thoughts and application:
I gave my interior a good wipe down with OPC at 3:1 and then spritzed a MF applicator with the Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant. The product was applied to my 2009 Dodge Charger. This is my work vehicle so it gets a far amount of abuse and should be a good test to see how the Cockpit Trim Sealant holds up.
Application was super easy and the product went on with a high gloss which I liked. No streaks even when applying to the upper windshield area in direct sun. I applied the product to just about every interior surface expect the cloth seats. The amount of product used is minimal and the bottle should last for quiet a while. How does it compare to Ultima Interior Guard?
I have been using Ultima products since they were first released and love the feel that Ultima Interior Guard gives the interior surfaces. Very slick and neat without a greasy look. I was fortunate to be one of the beta testers for all of the Ultima products so as I stated I have been using them for years. I guess my only complaint (if you want to call it one) was that Ultima Interior Guard the interior with a very matte look. Almost factory new. I know some folks like that type of look but I tend to like more of a gloss. This is where I feel that Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant excels. I think it has all of the benefits of Ultima with more of a gloss look. Cons:
None that I could come up with. If you looking for a substitute for Ultima Interior Guard but prefer more of a gloss look than this product should fit the bill perfectly.