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Old 10-10-2018, 07:30 PM   #21
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Appreciate all the responses so far.

Everything seems to be pointing in the direction of Cancoat here then.

Dont want to digress too much, however after a bit of light research this morning another "spray ceramic" seems to have caught peoples attention lately; Hydrosilex.

Has anybody had any experience with Hydrosilex? Im assuming by its characteristics its comparable to the two spray ceramics mentioned prior so would like to hear what people think of it.

Have read one rave review about it so would be interesting to see what others think about it

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It's essentially marked up Gyeon Wet Coat. Will give you a few months durability but it's not a patch on something like moon light or cancoat.

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Old 17-10-2018, 10:12 PM   #22
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Not tried either but having read into both quite a bit moonlight would seem to be the far easier product to use.

Seems to be a lot of negative comments on the gyeon cancoat being a bugger to remove.

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I can second that. I found can coat difficult to work with. results are indeed awesome though but difficult to level off and buff and yes surface was well prep'd and cleansed. I have a couple of high spots and slight shadows.

Cure is a delight to work with as is wet coat

I'll def try moonlight next time with cure on top. I think that might be the way to go with this level of coating
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