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Old 17-10-2016, 07:12 PM   #61
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I had a quick look but I couldn't easily find the results for the waxes I was interested. Only a 5 min search though. May go back and have another search another time.
What I know that only fusso coat 12 durable and willson prx.
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What I know that only fusso coat 12 durable and willson prx.
So the most durable waxes/sealant you've found is Soft99 Fusso Coat and Willson Prx?

How long did they last and did you ever get the chance to test Bilt Hamber Double Speed Wax?

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I think nanolex is getting the number one spot atm? I'm no fan of gyeon anymore my mohs is not really durable.

any advise from here on a new type of coating?
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I think nanolex is getting the number one spot atm? I'm no fan of gyeon anymore my mohs is not really durable.

any advise from here on a new type of coating?


I am a big fan of the TAC Systems coatings. Wife's Mazda has them applied and they are still going strong over a year later


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tac should also be tested in comparison with other coatings. )
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Tac is no option for me, no dealers in Holland! I'm aiming towards Nanolex atm, but after my "bad" experience on gyeon MOHS I want to make sure I take it good this time.

Mohs have last only 19.500 km and 1 year.
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Nanolex Si3d is good if you have prep it properly.

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Prepping is no problem, the winter and the road salt is the problem!
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Tac is no option for me, no dealers in Holland! I'm aiming towards Nanolex atm, but after my "bad" experience on gyeon MOHS I want to make sure I take it good this time.

Mohs have last only 19.500 km and 1 year.
How many layers you applied and what did you use as pre-wash, shampoo, etc?
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How many layers you applied and what did you use as pre-wash, shampoo, etc?
3 layers Mohs, 1 layer booster, pre was and shampoo gyeon bath, drying aid gyeon cure.
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