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Old 20-10-2018, 05:08 PM   #1
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Non ceramic long lasting liquid winter sealant?

Afternoon all.

I'm looking for a non ceramic long lasting liquid based sealant to protect the car over the winter months until around March Time.

I'm looking to deep clean both cars over next few days and apply a sealant to protect. I will give the cars a regular wash over the winter months and top up with Sonax BSD.

Any suggestions of a product that has
1. Protection
2. Ease of application
3. Longevity.

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Old 20-10-2018, 05:18 PM   #2
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Not sure if they still sell it, but I’ve got / used Auto Allures toughseal which is great, very easy to use and adds a nice protection and lasts a good few months
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Old 20-10-2018, 05:21 PM   #3
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Either sonax polymer netsheild or fusso coat F7 (liquid) would be my go too
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out of curiosity, why no ceramic derivatives?
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Old 20-10-2018, 05:47 PM   #5
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I bet whatever you choose will be fine if regular BSD layers are applied.
Probably even BSD alone as a drying aid would give very easy future washes and beautiful beading!
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Either sonax polymer netsheild or fusso coat F7 (liquid) would be my go too
What's you're thoughts on the f7 liquid in terms of application and outright durability and chemical / wash resistance?

It's a product I've been considering a while but not seen much on. Regular user of the sonax aerosols though
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out of curiosity, why no ceramic derivatives?
Dunno really just heard some are a pain to apply and can be a bit patchy.
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Either sonax polymer netsheild or fusso coat F7 (liquid) would be my go too
How many application You can get from F7? Bottle state 3-4. Surely much more?
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What's you're thoughts on the f7 liquid in terms of application and outright durability and chemical / wash resistance?

It's a product I've been considering a while but not seen much on. Regular user of the sonax aerosols though
I have started durability test which includes 14 LSP also F7...
https://instagram.com/p/BpAMYbkB1qE/
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Dunno really just heard some are a pain to apply and can be a bit patchy.
Maybe youre thinking more of proper full on ceramic coatings. Ceramic based products like Gyeon Wetcoat couldn't be easier to apply and have incredible coverage. (I remember being blown away that the seams around my headlights were insanely hydrophobic after application)
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