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    An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    I love my Weathertech but didn't want to buy their Techcare dressing just for the mats...but, I was having a hard time finding something suitable.

    I had some Duragloss Flat Black and Rubber dressing. I put it on with a foam applicator. It looks better but not the "wet" look. I like it. Plus I already had this great product on hand...any excuse to try a Duragloss product otherwise.

    Cleaned with LATA and a scrub brush. Dried in the sun. Wiped down after application. I spent like 10 minutes doing this.

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by richy View Post
    I love my Weathertech but didn't want to buy their Techcare dressing just for the mats...but, I was having a hard time finding something suitable.

    I had some Duragloss Flat Black and Rubber dressing. I put it on with a foam applicator. It looks better but not the "wet" look. I like it. Plus I already had this great product on hand...any excuse to try a Duragloss product otherwise.

    Cleaned with LATA and a scrub brush. Dried in the sun. Wiped down after application. I spent like 10 minutes doing this.

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    Beautiful results

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

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    Beautiful results

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    Thanks. This is the second time I did it. I did it about a year ago and was very satisfied with the results back then. It lasted a lot longer than I actually thought it was going to.

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by richy View Post
    Thanks. This is the second time I did it. I did it about a year ago and was very satisfied with the results back then. It lasted a lot longer than I actually thought it was going to.

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    Are you confined to your home also?

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    Looks great, Richy!

    I too am not very concerned about "gloss" on my Weather Techs. Just want them clean.

    Great info.
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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

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    Are you confined to your home also?

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    We left to go to Florida on the 12th and returned early on the 19th. My employer has asked me and the Canadian government is suggesting we as a family self isolate. Luckily we all feel good after 7 days. In fact I cleaned both cars inside and out and polished both out and topped it with Feynlab Top Coat.
    Here is my Lincoln that I finished last night.

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by richy View Post
    We left to go to Florida on the 12th and returned early on the 19th. My employer has asked me and the Canadian government is suggesting we as a family self isolate. Luckily we all feel good after 7 days. In fact I cleaned both cars inside and out and polished both out and topped it with Feynlab Top Coat.
    Here is my Lincoln that I finished last night.

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    You are a blessed family man. The photo of the hood is gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster906 View Post
    You are a blessed family man. The photo of the hood is gorgeous

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    Shows you the power of Feynlab Self Heal coatings!!

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

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    Shows you the power of Feynlab Self Heal coatings!!

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    Feynlab... Is this brand available on detailing sites?

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    Re: An Alternative To Weathertech Dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by Buster906 View Post
    Feynlab... Is this brand available on detailing sites?

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    No, direct order through their website. Self heal coatings have to be done by an authorized installer. There's a map on their site.

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