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Old 11-09-2017, 11:18 AM   #1
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Anyone here using TAC System Moonlight - would you recommend?

I am interested in using TAC Moonlight as my base sealant. Any real world experience with durability or application advice? I will decontaminate, polish and use a panel wipe product before hand.

Another sealant that caught my attention was Soft99 - Fusso Coat

I basically can't decide between the 2.
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Old 11-09-2017, 11:51 AM   #2
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i use tac moonlight on my wifes car as i dont have a great deal of time.i rate it highly,super easy to apply & looks great.i top it up around every 6 months
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This is one of TACs best products for ease of use considering you will get decent durability times. Best to apply by spraying onto a short pile microfibre and not directly onto the panel. You'll get a more even coverage that way. It's quite oily so you can easily see what you're doing. Remove any excess with second microfibre and I personally buff with a third plush microfibre 10-15 mins after. Although no curing times are inferred or suggested I'd try to keep the car away from moisture for 6hrs ideally. There have been a couple of threads about it waterspotting. To add remember to empty the trigger of product and clean it or you will be left with a useless trigger.

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I've seen this mentioned a few times, got me wondering how is best to empty the trigger - can you turn it upside down like with an aerosol?
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I've seen this mentioned a few times, got me wondering how is best to empty the trigger - can you turn it upside down like with an aerosol?
Mine came with a lid also so I just wash it through with warm water bud and keep it separate bud.
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Old 11-09-2017, 06:03 PM   #6
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Can't comment on the moonlight but I've used Fusso Coat on about 9 cars and it's fantastic, very easy to use just like any other wax but with great durability. It does fill slightly which is always a plus, very cheap too and will last for ages. It's a no brainer tbh.


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