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    Thumbs up New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

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    CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING - New for 2019!

    It looks pretty good with decent durability and very affordable.
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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    I would venture to say this is something along the lines of the “topper” sprays out there.

    If it is a true coating (the way we here refer to them as) it will gel up way before the end of that large bottle and the sprayer will be useless after a single use (with the mention of sio2 and tio2)

    A couple polish angel sprays mention those ingredients as well

    I will guess 3-4 weeks durability with leaning on the shorter side

    Cool to see them come out with this product though




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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by MattPersman View Post
    If it is a true coating (the way we here refer to them as) it will gel up way before the end of that large bottle and the sprayer will be useless after a single use (with the mention of sio2 and tio2)
    Seems as if the line between coatings and coating-like products continues to blur. At first, things like Reload, Gtechniq C2V3 and such were (IMO) always looked at as `coating maintenance` products, now they are being pushed as stand-alone sealants as well. Sometimes referred to as `SiO2 enhanced sealants`, but sealants nonetheless, which kinda implies LSP use.

    Perhaps HydroSilex began the trend towards spray `ceramic coatings` as I seem to remember the initial release mentioning that. Now the spray on, rinse off products are beginning to refer to themselves as `coatings` (McKee`s 37 Hydro Blue Sio2 Coating) so it gets even more confusing. So what is a `true` coating anymore? Dependent on % of coating elements contained in a product? I dunno but I`d sure be a little upset if I went to a pro for a coating application and ended up with him/her using something like Hydro Blue or Gyeon Wetcoat...unless the price for the installation of that coating was < $50 and it was noted as a 6-month coating, which is likely even stretching it.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by BudgetPlan1 View Post
    Seems as if the line between coatings and coating-like products continues to blur. At first, things like Reload, Gtechniq C2V3 and such were (IMO) always looked at as `coating maintenance` products, now they are being pushed as stand-alone sealants as well. Sometimes referred to as `SiO2 enhanced sealants`, but sealants nonetheless, which kinda implies LSP use.
    Not like this is anything new, we`ve never had defined language for detailing products. For how long (and maybe still) did Meg`s call every product (at least consumer products) a "wax", like NXT Wax, which had no wax in it. Zaino and Duragloss call their sealants "polish", etc. If "coating" is a word associated with good things by the consumer, you can be sure that term is going to be thrown around regardless of how we perceive the accuracy.
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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Can`t wait to try this stuff out.
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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    I looked at the Mother’s Forum (who knew Mother’s had a Forum?) site and they said the price was $19.99 for 24 oz and they expect it to last for 12 months. If it lasts 3 months I would be very happy. PA is the only other manufacturer that I know of that touts Tio2 in its sprays. Looking forward to this one.
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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Forrest from Mothers stated:

    "It’s not a wax. It’s a coating. Personally, I expect it to last at least 12 months on a properly prepped surface."

    From my experience with Forrest over 14 years he doesn`t exaggerate. He`s a straight shooter.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    Not like this is anything new, we`ve never had defined language for detailing products. For how long (and maybe still) did Meg`s call every product (at least consumer products) a "wax", like NXT Wax, which had no wax in it. Zaino and Duragloss call their sealants "polish", etc. If "coating" is a word associated with good things by the consumer, you can be sure that term is going to be thrown around regardless of how we perceive the accuracy.
    I agree. The marketing and accounting departments always win out.

    If you can`t sell it and can`t make a profit on it, it`s useless.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Mothers makes pretty good products. I wonder if it can be used on interior trim.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    This sounds good. I would like to see how it stacks up. How much it protects from UV?

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by socal2fast View Post
    This sounds good. I would like to see how it stacks up. How much it protects from UV?
    Nothing really protects from UV short of a wrap.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    I believe Zaino claims UV protection.

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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Any product that has enough "gloss" will provide a degree of UV protection. Simply, if high enough gloss, it will reflect a percentage of the UVA rays away from the surface. Just a matter of degrees of reflection and how long the product maintains it`s high gloss.
    "Logic dictates I have been at this detailing thing way too many years!":wink1:
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    Re: New Mothers CMX CERAMIC SPRAY COATING

    Quote Originally Posted by wannafbody View Post
    I believe Zaino claims UV protection.
    Zaino claims lots of stuff. How a sub micron thick, transparent coating protects against uv remains to be proven.

 

 

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