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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Bob, what is your opinion on the FK vs. 476?
    It is no coincidence that man's best friend cannot talk.

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Sonax gets a vote from me as well. PNS, topped with BSD every other wash. I've never used anything as hydrophobic as these. But.... application is not slick and easy. It tends to be a little grabby, but WELL WORTH IT!

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    we use Meguiars Ultimate liquid wax on all our customers cars as the standard wax/sealant and have been for years. Works great Meguiar's(R) Ultimate Liquid Wax, G18216, 16 oz., Liquid, Applicator, Towel | Meguiar's

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    On a duragloss kick this week!

    Longest durability? Duragloss 105. One year protection!

    Cut is low but geez---nothing sticks to paint!!! Water disappears after your pour on the paint!!

    I do the 105/601 ratio and go around the car one time. Pretty damn awesome stuff I say...!

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    I used Beasley's Plasma like a sealant ,topped with DoDo Supernatural, or Supernatural Nano, Purple Haze is nice as well.

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by DetailTrail View Post
    I used Beasley's Plasma like a sealant ,topped with DoDo Supernatural, or Supernatural Nano, Purple Haze is nice as well.
    Got a bottle of Beasley I bought when the were having a great sale but have not used. What’s durability your getting?


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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Bob, what is your opinion on the FK vs. 476?
    Sorry Paul, this posting somehow
    slipped past me...

    •At this time, I’ll just direct my attention to
    two of the characteristics of FK1000P that
    I believe causes its overall performance to
    eclipse that of Collinite #476.

    ************************************

    •Being that FK1000P was originally formulated
    for the Molding Industry...
    1.) it has a very high “melting point”—able to
    withstand temperatures up to 300°F.
    2.) it is, actually/factually: layer-able.


    •Once FK1000P’s film layer(s) have totally
    cured [~6-12 hours...(YMMV)] it’s the com-
    bination of those two formulation “quirks”
    that gives FK1000P its preeminent aura of
    long-lasting/durable Protection, IMO.


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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    Sorry Paul, this posting somehow
    slipped past me...

    That's ok Bob. I've been so busy I haven't been on since Sunday.
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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    Sorry Paul, this posting somehow
    slipped past me...

    •At this time, I’ll just direct my attention to
    two of the characteristics of FK1000P that
    I believe causes its overall performance to
    eclipse that of Collinite #476.

    ************************************

    •Being that FK1000P was originally formulated
    for the Molding Industry...
    1.) it has a very high “melting point”—able to
    withstand temperatures up to 300°F.
    2.) it is, actually/factually: layer-able.


    •Once FK1000P’s film layer(s) have totally
    cured [~6-12 hours...(YMMV)] it’s the com-
    bination of those two formulation “quirks”
    that gives FK1000P its preeminent aura of
    long-lasting/durable Protection, IMO.


    Bob
    Bob,
    Is there any tricks to removing the FK1000p off of rubber trim if and when it gets on it? Thats one thing that has me scared to use this on my paint...

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    Bob,
    Is there any tricks to removing the FK1000p off of rubber trim if and when it gets on it? Thats one thing that has me scared to use this on my paint...
    You can either tape off your trim, or be VERY careful around it.

    Otherwise, and because we are all human, a wax remover and complementary brush will do the trick.
    It is no coincidence that man's best friend cannot talk.

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