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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING


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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Here are a couple more examples after coming home from the office. Droplets are larger as it was still raining pretty good and they would quickly merge together and roll off. Again, not perhaps what I would see from CanCoat or Skin or Cquartz but pretty good still and hopefully it's all good in terms of self cleaning when it comes time to wash her. What may be interesting is to compare this to Sonax PNS which IMO Behaves as close to a coating as anything I've used. I may just have to strip and do 1/2 the hood in it.

    The best part of CMX thus far is it's seamless and easy application. Now if they can up-the ante on v2 of the product and get it to perform like my wife's car below then they will for sure be seen to have a game changer.










    For comparison, here's my wife's car that's coated with GYEON's Syncro which has Skin as it's top-coat. The drops here are clearly much much tighter and more rounded thus indicated a higher contact angle.


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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by VISITOR View Post
    Sorry it took so long to get it to AutoGeek. We screwed up with shipping. But, it's here. My apologies to all.

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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

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    Sorry it took so long to get it to AutoGeek. We screwed up with shipping. But, it's here. My apologies to all.
    Suprised Pep Boys didn’t get it first. Guess they are slow to update their website.

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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    I’m surprised it didn’t come with a little sample of Mothers Carnauba Cleaner Wax. I would’ve pre ordered a pallet if it had.Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATINGlol. J/k


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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    I'm wondering if this can be used on top of Griot's PolyWax? I was thinking of polishing/waxing with Mothers Pure Polish/Griot's PolyWax using my DA polisher, and applying CMX on top of that. would this be overkill? Would it adversely affect either product?

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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

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    In on what?

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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry A View Post
    A summer detailing meet.
    Keep an eye out for a thread about it Larry, coming pretty soon and if it goes through its going to be the best one yet...GUARANTEED!

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    Re: Mother's CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by heloguy View Post
    I'm wondering if this can be used on top of Griot's PolyWax? I was thinking of polishing/waxing with Mothers Pure Polish/Griot's PolyWax using my DA polisher, and applying CMX on top of that. would this be overkill? Would it adversely affect either product?
    It would maybe impact on the longevity of CMX vs CMX on bare paint I think. So skip the Poly Wax and do a prep wipe with an ipa or a panel wipe product instead after the Mothers Pure Polish. To get the max longevity out of it. If you like the looks from the Poly Wax and don't mind a decrease in water behavior and self cleaning ability. You could put it on top of CMX. Then you can do as you thought of but with some difference from the longevity but maybe a better water behavior and self cleaning ability than the other way around. So just decide which you value most on the finish. And that's not easy LOL.

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