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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    I would recommend Wofgang or Adams Spray coatings. Not as stout as a cwramic coating or coating lite product.

    Easy to use and ggod durability. Better self cleaning (at least the Adam’s i used) than any sealant or Sio2 spray rhatci’ve used.

    Check them out and if not your thing i’d go Griots.


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    Looking for an LSP suggestion

    I had good experiences with Megs Hybrid Ceramic Wax. Looked good and had decent durability.

    Carpro hydro2 Lite was also good.

    Both very easy to use and ‘spray as you rinse’ type products.


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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    3D Bead It Up is one of my personal favorites in that category.

    I've been using Optimum Car Wax and Opti-Seal, but need to test it over the winter. The 3D did a great job.

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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    Quote Originally Posted by dlc95 View Post
    3D Bead It Up is one of my personal favorites in that category.

    I've been using Optimum Car Wax and Opti-Seal, but need to test it over the winter. The 3D did a great job.
    Opti-Seal only lasted 2.5 weeks for me.


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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    The Blackfire SiO2 Spray Sealant is super easy to work with and offers decent durability, good water behavior and sheds dirt.

    BLACKFIRE SiO2 Spray Sealant

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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    I did use the BF on her Escape a few weeks ago. Very easy to use and the results were great!
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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby B. View Post
    The Blackfire SiO2 Spray Sealant is super easy to work with and offers decent durability, good water behavior and sheds dirt.

    BLACKFIRE SiO2 Spray Sealant
    I was thinking of ordering some of the BF SiO2 Spray Sealant. I noticed that it is much more cost effective to buy the gallon than the 32 ounce bottle. But it would take me a long time to go through a gallon bottle. What is the shelf life of this sealant? I know certain sealants like IGL Premiere say they are supposed to be used within 6 months of opening the bottle. Does the BF sealant have a limit on how long it is good for, or can it sit on my garage shelf indefinitely?

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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    Nothing is forever, however if it’s a solution like blackfire SaO2 or some of their other products and not an emulsion where stuff is suspended in a solvent, it’ll last longer than you will, if kept in your air-conditioned home and not the garage.
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    Re: Looking for an LSP suggestion

    Quote Originally Posted by dlc95 View Post
    3D Bead It Up is one of my personal favorites in that category.

    I've been using Optimum Car Wax and Opti-Seal, but need to test it over the winter. The 3D did a great job.
    I also use 3D Bead it Up.
    Easy on and off, great hydrophobics lasts and has a super warm glow.

    Use it on top of CSL/EXO.


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