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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    Works nice on trim too. Darkened it up and beads too




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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    So coating=crack sent me a bit of this to try. Its not as sweet smelling as i expected but still a very nice smell. Was pretty easy to apply as a stand alone lsp, but it also went well as a topper on some coating i had done a little over 1Ĺ yrs ago. Do i have any pictures of the weather on it right now? No, not yet. Definitely a nice topper/short term lsp.

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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    I used this for the first time the other night

    I think it smells like pipe tobacco?


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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Astouffer512 View Post
    I used this for the first time the other night

    I think it smells like pipe tobacco?
    Any thoughts on application versus competitors? Did you use as standalone or topper? If standalone, let us know how performance maintained over time?

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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    Definitely not cotton candy like they say. Itís tacky if you try to wipe off right away. I apply to whole car and then start removal where i started.

    Jeremy recommends longer it sits the better. Adheres better. Great product if used right


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coatings=crack View Post
    Definitely not cotton candy like they say. It’s tacky if you try to wipe off right away. I apply to whole car and then start removal where i started.

    Jeremy recommends longer it sits the better. Adheres better.
    Good tips to know. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acuRAS82 View Post
    Good tips to know. Thanks.
    I donít have much too compare with except G3-1. Gave alot of products I donít use to a mobile detailer who lives down the street.

    If you want some to try out I bought a gallon before I got the detailing bug... happy to send you some.


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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    its great to use in an engine bay too. spray the bay, let it sit for a few hours, or overnight, then wipe it down. little bit goes a long way. seems as tho it spreads itself as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nosnibor View Post
    its great to use in an engine bay too. spray the bay, let it sit for a few hours, or overnight, then wipe it down. little bit goes a long way. seems as tho it spreads itself as well
    When you say spray it down how heavy are you saturating it or how lite of a mist are you putting down?


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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    Itís not easy to remove if over applied. I prime applicator with 3-4 sprays and then apply. When it looks like it is starting to not lay down product add a squirt.

    I will apply to entire car and let sit 20mins to overnight depending on what i got going on. Longer it sits easier to remove i saw on a video but i think 1 hr is sweet spot.


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    Re: Shine Supply Clutch thoughts

    a very light mist
    Quote Originally Posted by Astouffer512 View Post
    When you say spray it down how heavy are you saturating it or how lite of a mist are you putting down?


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