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Old 27-07-2018, 07:46 PM   #1
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Spray On Sealants

The Mrs just got a new car and looking to try a spray on and hose off sealant.

Seen the Auto Finesse one, Gyeon wet coat, autobrite sprints, car pro hydro 2 I think also?

any recommendations?

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Old 27-07-2018, 07:59 PM   #2
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I can only comment on Hydro2, as it's the only one I've used.

Spray on, jet wash off and...



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I've used Wetcoat, bouncers bead juice and AF aqua coat.

Didn't like or rate AF. Wetcoat and bead juice are similar though bead juice can also be used on a dry car so gets my vote.
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Old 27-07-2018, 08:24 PM   #4
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what kinda longevity u getting on them ?

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Old 27-07-2018, 08:57 PM   #5
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Hydreseal. Lasts ages.
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Old 27-07-2018, 09:21 PM   #6
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what kinda longevity u getting on them ?

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For me it's months. I tend to reapply every second or third wash through the winter as it's so easy so I'd say I'm reapplying every 2 month or so but not because it's not still protecting more cause it's so easy to apply
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Old 27-07-2018, 09:40 PM   #7
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Do u guys like that kind of tight beading? Tried hydro, never liked it. Car stays wet when others are dry....the water sits on the car for ages.
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Do u guys like that kind of tight beading? Tried hydro, never liked it. Car stays wet when others are dry....the water sits on the car for ages.
That's because it's beaded up. It'll always dry out faster if it's flat on the panel (no protection). But you don't want the water touching the panel, you want a protective layer between. If the water can lie flat on the panel then dirt will likely stick better as well.

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That's because it's beaded up. It'll always dry out faster if it's flat on the panel (no protection). But you don't want the water touching the panel, you want a protective layer between. If the water can lie flat on the panel then dirt will likely stick better as well.

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I dont mean unprotected cars...just other products that doesnt bead up that much....most,spray on- pressure wash of products, gives that wet tight beading.
Do u think theres any benefit with that?
And when u pressure wash and wanna dry ur car your drying clothes just gets soaked in water....
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I dont mean unprotected cars...just other products that doesnt bead up that much....most,spray on- pressure wash of products, gives that wet tight beading.
Do u think theres any benefit with that?
And when u pressure wash and wanna dry ur car your drying clothes just gets soaked in water....
It certainly looks nicer! Just use one towel to knock the worst of the water off, then go over with a second towel to get rid of any streaks.

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