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    Re: A little fun with SPS Graphene Detailer...

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveT435 View Post
    Itís definitely going to be interesting to see what happens. Brett said the Detailer wonít stay on any ceramic products. I would like to use it on my wifeís truck until I get around to coating it with Graphene. Putting it on the bare paint will be a good test! Someone commented on the FB page that the coating handled that type of weather very good.
    We shall see. Glad I split one of the hoods with Overcoat, should be plain to see if the Detailer on the other side `slides off` the previously coated surface. Providing that the underlying CSL is still there after 3 years/60k miles, that is. I believe it`s still there though...cant say exactly why but it seems to still look and feel like `something` is still there.
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    I definitely agree with you on the stupid easy to use. Probably the first Detailer that offers protection Iíve ever used with no streaking issues.
    When I did the hood I just stood at front of truck and *heavily* sprayed the entire hood, then buffed off leisurely...no hurry, no worry, no issues.

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    Have you tried the coating on glass yet? I like it a lot better than Ooti-glass. Not sure about the durability yet.
    Have not, but will give it a go when I do the SPS truck this month.
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    Graphene self healing is going to be out in a month or so. Did you see the video on the FB page. Iím pretty sure that was a prototype not the finished product. Looked pretty good.
    Didnt see any of that, musta missed it. Should be cool, hopefully user friendly.

    Good stuff so far...winter awaits!


    Oh, and a pic from van with whole hood done this morning (Zipang underneath); had just pulled in and was beginning to dry:

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    Re: A little fun with SPS Graphene Detailer...

    Looks pretty good. It seems to me like it should bond to a fully cured coating. Time will tell. A new leather coating will be out soon. Alfred set his lit cigarette on it for 20-30 seconds and it didn’t even leave a mark.
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    Re: A little fun with SPS Graphene Detailer...

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveT435 View Post
    Graphene self healing is going to be out in a month or so. Did you see the video on the FB page. Iím pretty sure that was a prototype not the finished product. Looked pretty good.
    It looks pretty good
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