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    Adams Spray Coating

    https://youtu.be/Fcfe8bU1g5Y

    2019 The Year of the Spray Coating.

    Iíve never used any Adams products and with Mothers coming out with a spray coating for $19.99 that streak may remain intact. The Adams product at $69.99 doesnít sound too appealing. Tossing out the tired 9h buzz word really kills it for me.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Ooh...2 buzzwords...9h and Coating.

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    I have the Mother`s CMX product on order. Need to find a test subject

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Unfortunately the 9H buzzword took an early hold on the coating market, so at this point Adamís would put themselves at a disadvantage to the multitude of consumers that wonít pick up a coating unless 9H is on the bottle. And as ridiculous as I feel the 9H tag is from a performance aspect, itís also a way for them to distinguish that this is more along the lines of a true coating level spray as opposed to the influx of ceramic/siO2 tagged spray sealants. Can Coat is currently the main competitor to this in the U.S. market. When you figure Can Coat is 200ml for $55, the price point at $70 for 473ml isnít far out there, also considering the 6-8 month listed durability scale. Can Coat has some of the best hydrophobics on the market so itís going to be interesting to see how this does, all eyes will be on Motherís though, itís going to be a fun 2019 testing season!
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    It works great...easy to apply and remove. It has lasted a couple months so far for me...and I`ve been playing with the beta test version.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    It works great...easy to apply and remove. It has lasted a couple months so far for me...and I`ve been playing with the beta test version.
    Sizzle have you had any issues with the sprayer clogging up after use or is this not something to worry about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom p. View Post
    I have the Mother`s CMX product on order. Need to find a test subject
    Loach, have you had a chance to evaluate IGL Premier? It`s a player in the entry level Spray Coating market.

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Loach, I have not had any issues with the sprayer clogging.
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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Loach View Post
    Unfortunately the 9H buzzword took an early hold on the coating market, so at this point Adamís would put themselves at a disadvantage to the multitude of consumers that wonít pick up a coating unless 9H is on the bottle. And as ridiculous as I feel the 9H tag is from a performance aspect, itís also a way for them to distinguish that this is more along the lines of a true coating level spray as opposed to the influx of ceramic/siO2 tagged spray sealants. Can Coat is currently the main competitor to this in the U.S. market. When you figure Can Coat is 200ml for $55, the price point at $70 for 473ml isnít far out there, also considering the 6-8 month listed durability scale. Can Coat has some of the best hydrophobics on the market so itís going to be interesting to see how this does, all eyes will be on Motherís though, itís going to be a fun 2019 testing season!
    If you can "top" stuff with it, it`s still a sealant in my eyes. I`m not complaining I`m all for more durable spray & wipe products.

    Btw thanks to all of you who buy all this stuff up and separate the products that last from the ones that are glorified detail sprays.

    Curious on how these products will do against waterspots & etching

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by Loach View Post
    Unfortunately the 9H buzzword took an early hold on the coating market, so at this point Adam’s would put themselves at a disadvantage to the multitude of consumers that won’t pick up a coating unless 9H is on the bottle. And as ridiculous as I feel the 9H tag is from a performance aspect, it’s also a way for them to distinguish that this is more along the lines of a true coating level spray as opposed to the influx of ceramic/siO2 tagged spray sealants. Can Coat is currently the main competitor to this in the U.S. market. When you figure Can Coat is 200ml for $55, the price point at $70 for 473ml isn’t far out there, also considering the 6-8 month listed durability scale. Can Coat has some of the best hydrophobics on the market so it’s going to be interesting to see how this does, all eyes will be on Mother’s though, it’s going to be a fun 2019 testing season!
    Exactly my thoughts.
    When I first saw to title on youtube I thought "ok, another spray-on rinse-off coating", but why are they calling it 9H? Surely it couldn`t be true. Then I watch the infomercial and immediately Gyeon CanCoat springs to mind.
    Even tough you get apparently get more for the money compared to CanCoat, one must consider the SiO2 content also. As Adams is so easy to apply and apparently it doesn`t clog sprayers, probably has lower SiO2 content compared to CanCoat. And this is not necessarily a bad thing, depending on the use case.

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    https://youtu.be/Fcfe8bU1g5Y

    2019 The Year of the Spray Coating.

    Iíve never used any Adams products and with Mothers coming out with a spray coating for $19.99 that streak may remain intact. The Adams product at $69.99 doesnít sound too appealing. Tossing out the tired 9h buzz word really kills it for me.
    Thatís a 16oz bottle. Most likely comparable to gyeon cancoat and tac moonlight. Only like 20$ more for double the amount seams at least to be good value if it lasts 6 monrhs


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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Also if you guys get a chance to look and read discription. The do a good job of explaining. Even talk about buzz words ďcoatingsĒ and ďnanoĒ. Even address 9H. Tried a few of his products and they have been top notch. Unfortunately with a bottle of cancoat and moonlight supposedly landing back in US soon, Buyimg this would be overkill with 2 cars to do.


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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Saw another vendor realeasing a $150/16 oz spray coating. Ouch.

    Detail King, Jade I think its called although seems if they cant settle on `Ceramic Detail Spray` or `Ceramic Spray Coating`.

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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    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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    Re: Adams Spray Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by BudgetPlan1 View Post
    Saw another vendor realeasing a $150/16 oz spray coating. Ouch.

    Detail King, Jade I think its called although seems if they cant settle on `Ceramic Detail Spray` or `Ceramic Spray Coating`.
    Surf City`s version
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgkyflnFsFI

 

 
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