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SubaruOutback
28-06-2014, 10:43 AM
I got my new toys from Turkish distributor Onurcan :)

Last evening I did an application. Bmw X3 have no protection. Before the wet coat application, I washed it by chemical guys bug&bugger shampoo, because it has too many tree droppings and trim spots.

I have to say that, wet coat reacts very quickly.

Before Wet Coat
Before Gyeon Wet Coat Application - YouTube

Wet Coat Application
Gyeon Wet Coat Application - YouTube

After Wet Coat
After Gyeon Wet Coat Application - YouTube

Photos taken after the application
http://i1117.photobucket.com/albums/k589/SubaruOutback/wet1_zps5e77d65b.jpg
http://i1117.photobucket.com/albums/k589/SubaruOutback/wet2_zpsabfc4bf6.jpg

SubaruOutback
22-07-2014, 10:12 AM
1 month after, beading is superb :)

Took this after a morning drizzle :)

http://i1117.photobucket.com/albums/k589/SubaruOutback/gyeon_zps6847e34b.jpg

Blackmondie
22-07-2014, 11:46 AM
Nice. Looks like a good product. Just still stuck on when to use this.
It won't go over waxes, or it is advised not to, so no top up product.
It can go over a coating, but if the coating is good, beading and sheeting should be great, so why top with maybe a lesser product?
use on a car without protection, well, I always clay and polish, so I won't bespraying it wet again before application, then application, rinse and dry... seems a bit stupid imo...

Does look great to use on the wheels

SubaruOutback
22-07-2014, 01:35 PM
Nice. Looks like a good product. Just still stuck on when to use this.
It won't go over waxes, or it is advised not to, so no top up product.
It can go over a coating, but if the coating is good, beading and sheeting should be great, so why top with maybe a lesser product?
use on a car without protection, well, I always clay and polish, so I won't bespraying it wet again before application, then application, rinse and dry... seems a bit stupid imo...

Does look great to use on the wheels

Well, if you don't have enough time for claying, polish...etc, then this product would be a nice choice.
Also, wet coat is a good choice to use over a Si02 coated vehicle :)