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    New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Itís for sale here itís called F4 from IGl itís a coating non abrasive polish/filler/fixer top coat same type of product as esscence plus anyone used? Iím waiting for the sema showing carpro Iíve heard is releasing Graphene.....Maybe AVI can drop a hint.

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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    That's was an interesting rumor about the Carpro graphene product. The IGL Renew F4 seems very interesting and not so much of information about it. But it's very new too. Will be interesting to see how many graphene based products that's being released at sema this year. Think that I have read about IGL will be releasing a full blown graphene coating very soon and probebly at SEMA. Their paint coatings is usually certified only sadly. Graphene is moving fast into the detailing products now.

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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Oh good something to make everyone not talk about ceramic coatings or SiO2. LOL. Now Im gonna have to see graphene everywhere. lol lol Just being a negative nancy today
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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    CarPro hasnít confirmed any Graphene coating and I havenít heard anything about it. Itís just a rumor at this point.

    Justin made a post recently on using this IGL product.

    Angelwax will be releasing some Graphene products.

    SPS already is out with theirs and they also introduced a Graphene infused QD.

    Itís the next buzz word as the coating market moves forward. SEMA will be the stage for Graphene.

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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    CarPro hasn’t confirmed any Graphene coating and I haven’t heard anything about it. It’s just a rumor at this point.

    Justin made a post recently on using this IGL product.

    Angelwax will be releasing some Graphene products.

    SPS already is out with theirs and they also introduced a Graphene infused QD.

    It’s the next buzz word as the coating market moves forward. SEMA will be the stage for Graphene.
    What is the benefits supposed to be guz?

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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Well all I can say is that I am holding out for coatings made with "Vibranium"
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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    We shot a segment for this last week on "My Classic Car".

    Piqued my curiosity.

    It's like a non-abrasive paint cleaner that leaves graphene behind on the surface. The Graphene is some new form of protective coating that creates a super hydrophobic surface that also offers great longevity.

    I'm looking forward to trying. We have a bottle of it that just returned to Autogeek yesterday from all the stuff we shipped to the set of "My Classic Car".



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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pats300zx View Post

    Well all I can say is that I am holding out for coatings made with "Vibranium"

    I'm still waiting for,

    Unobtainium


    I guess it's difficult to find?


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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    •Currently, Graphene goes for ~$200 a gram:
    -Damn those nanotubes!

    •Graphite—>Graphene:
    -Hmm...
    RE: Coatings’ claim to 9H pencil hardness:
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    Re: New Graphene product from IGL and maybe carpro?

    Quote Originally Posted by fightnews View Post
    What is the benefits supposed to be guz?
    Graphene is well known for its durability and protection. Itís more hydrophobic and chemical resistant. It is well known in industries such as aerospace.

    Graphene is expensive. So expect products to not have as much within it.

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