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Old 17-07-2017, 03:34 PM   #1
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TAC Systems Ceramic Coat - Hydrophobic Polymer Sealant, High Gloss and Protection

Anyone using this?

tried it out for the first time over the weekend on my car,

application was super easy and it wiped off like a dream, so easy to use,

havent had any water on the car yet so can't comment on beading/sheeting

polishing via machine with bilt hamber polish and then sealed

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Old 17-07-2017, 05:06 PM   #2
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This the one in white bottle with a cone nozzle ?
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This the one in white bottle with a cone nozzle ?
yes pal it is
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yes pal it is
I'll try not to make this biased.
You have already commented on ease of use.
Gloss, for me, amazing and it gets better as it cures over the first week. If you can, apply 2 layers an hour apart.

More of a sheet than a beader but water behaviour is not the same as a silica based sealant so some people top with quartz max for the beading.

Car looks great btw

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I've used this it does go on super easy bit like a liquid wax and buffs off super easy too leaving a very slick finish. I only did 1 quick coat so might have a shot at doing 2, also machine applied to bonnet no issues using it that way either.

Must say I've been very impressed with TAC coatings, this, quartz max excellent drying aid, master sealant. I've got moonlight to try yet and then onto coatings proper none purchased as of yet.

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Lovely to apply and remove, great finish. Water behaviour I found quite dissapointing but topping with reload/ Quartz max and it's a great and simple combo.
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thanks guys, think I will wash with a pure shampoo at weekend and get another layer on, Will look into the quartz as well Imran thanks
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I'll try not to make this biased.
You have already commented on ease of use.
Gloss, for me, amazing and it gets better as it cures over the first week. If you can, apply 2 layers an hour apart.

More of a sheet than a beader but water behaviour is not the same as a silica based sealant so some people top with quartz max for the beading.

Car looks great btw

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Imram, will a wax sit well over the top of the tac systems? I want to put a layer of infinity wax super gloss on but not sure if i should strip the tac systems,
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Imram, will a wax sit well over the top of the tac systems? I want to put a layer of infinity wax super gloss on but not sure if i should strip the tac systems,
Will a wax sit on top of ceramic coat......yes.
Will super gloss sit on top....i don't think so, although confirm with infinity wax. As supper gloss is sio2 based, they usually from my experience need to be applied to bare paintwork in order to bond correctly, in which case you would need to strip ceramic coat.
For general carnauba or montan waxes, they are perfectly fine to sit on top of sealants like ceramic coat.

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topped with pentawax, couldn't live without the beading
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