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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

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    2019 The Year of the Spray Coating.
    11 days in, sure looks like you hit that nail on the head.

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

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    From what I understand from the video is the spray coating is to be applied to a dry surface and buffed off after it flashes.

    Seems like a step in the right direction of a real coating rather than just another run of the mill silica spray sealant or rinse type spray sealant.

    I am also curious if you have to throw the microfiber rags out after use.

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    Yes, it is applied to a dry surface. You then wait for it to `flash` or `rainbow`, then wipe off.
    You do not have to throw out your towels. I washed mine and they cleaned up perfectly.

    My test bed just had diesel fuel sprayed all over the hood and it remained on there for 2-3 days. It cleaned up after a standard wash. No etching, streaking, etc.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    Yes, it is applied to a dry surface. You then wait for it to `flash` or `rainbow`, then wipe off.
    You do not have to throw out your towels. I washed mine and they cleaned up perfectly.

    My test bed just had diesel fuel sprayed all over the hood and it remained on there for 2-3 days. It cleaned up after a standard wash. No etching, streaking, etc.
    Thanks!

    Are you happy with the product?

    Would you say it has a good ease of use to performance ratio?

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    ^^So far yes. Very easy to use: on/off. Nice darkening effect to paint, shine, and slickness. Performance wise it has only been on my test mule for about 2-3 months, but holding up very well in regards to hydrophobic properties and repelling contaminants.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    ^^So far yes. Very easy to use: on/off. Nice darkening effect to paint, shine, and slickness. Performance wise it has only been on my test mule for about 2-3 months, but holding up very well in regards to hydrophobic properties and repelling contaminants.
    Are you topping with it with anything or reapplying it during that time?

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    No. It was a single application and I have left it alone since then. It has only had `normal` washings since it`s been on.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Thank you for all your responses!

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    You are most welcome. I will be posting some pictures later...
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    With these “coating lite” products appearing the market for sealants will be going into the tank. Why would anyone buy a sealant that lasts 6 months when you can use a spray and wipe product that lasts 12+ months?

    We need to come up with a name for a coating that lasts 12 months or less. Moonlight and Cancoat fall into this category. I have a hard time calling Overcoat and Premier a “topper” although they can be used as such. The days of products like FinishKare 1000p and Collinite may be numbered.


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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    ^^^I will agree with you! We need a name for these products that occupy this market segment. They are not coatings, they are not sealants per se... Coating lite or lite coating may work. This would be a term that just `us` would use, for the companies would not abide by them due to the marketing that is used.

    I have always liked traditional sealants, the look, feel, durability was always better than wax, then technology steps in and gives us new/better stuff! An exciting time for us detailing nuts for sure!
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Some pics of when I was beta testing this product a few months back. The vehicle was not corrected first. It was washed and clayed, that`s it.








    Showing the darkening effect on trim:












    Diesel fuel splashed all over the hood:





    After a wash:

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    With these “coating lite” products appearing the market for sealants will be going into the tank. Why would anyone buy a sealant that lasts 6 months when you can use a spray and wipe product that lasts 12+ months?

    We need to come up with a name for a coating that lasts 12 months or less. Moonlight and Cancoat fall into this category. I have a hard time calling Overcoat and Premier a “topper” although they can be used as such. The days of products like FinishKare 1000p and Collinite may be numbered.


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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Back in the day they called miller high life the champagne of bottled beer. Maybe Adams is the champagne of bottled spray coatings. If I could get 12 months out of a spray coating without special preparation (other than claying) and not having to maintain the coating I believe I would finally try a coating. Sizzle, be sure to get back with us in April or May with an update

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Fish, I most certainly will.
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