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Old 03-18-2019, 09:57 PM
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Been looking at this stuff for awhile so I stopped by the vendor set up in Daytona last week. I'm no paid spokesperson but I must say I'm in love with this stuff. My bike is new and I religiously polish/wax every inch of so to be fair my paint was immaculate before applying but I have never used any wax that left the paint so slick and wet looking. Simple to apply and buff, not sure how well it will work on older neglected paint but I'm a big fan right now, just wanted to pass along my experience.
 
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Old 03-18-2019, 10:01 PM
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How is the over spray on chrome or black parts?
 
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Old 03-18-2019, 10:10 PM
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How is the over spray on chrome or black parts?
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Wipe it off. Works well on chrome and black stuff too.
 
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How is the over spray on chrome or black parts?
No issue at all, says you can use it on any surface, I used it on my motor and exhaust, works great. I even put it on my sunglasses and the bugs just wipe right off. Gonna do my truck next and I'm gonna put it on the windshield and everything.
 
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No issue at all, says you can use it on any surface, I used it on my motor and exhaust, works great. I even put it on my sunglasses and the bugs just wipe right off. Gonna do my truck next and I'm gonna put it on the windshield and everything.
not trying to be a Debbie downer, but there's videos all over YouTube depicting that it's a waaay overpriced scam. IDK, I'd like to see for myself too. FWIW.....
 
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:02 AM
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not trying to be a Debbie downer, but there's videos all over YouTube depicting that it's a waaay overpriced scam. IDK, I'd like to see for myself too. FWIW.....
It is way overpriced. Iíve been eyeballing this stuff for a while now and now thereís another one called The Last Coat. Cheaper but still expensive for a detail spray.
 
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A few dollars in chemicals and the rest marketing. It appeals to the lazy person who does not want to spend the time to polish and wax.
 
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A few dollars in chemicals and the rest marketing. It appeals to the lazy person who does not want to spend the time to polish and wax.
Or to the person, like me, that doesn't have a lot of extra time to spend all day detailing a bike.
 
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Tons of threads on this product, you can do the reading here: https://www.google.com/search?client...3Ahdforums.com
 
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I bought some and used it on my car as a test. It didn’t make bug removal any easier. It did help keep dust from sticking to the car as bad but in the end I decided to just stick with using Bug Slide on my bike. As far as my car, I just run it through the local car wash like I’ve always done. No more F11 for me, I don’t see the need for it. Bug Slide helps get the bugs off and leaves my bike shinny.
 

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