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Old 21-02-2015, 09:40 AM   #21
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Thought I mention Nalolex wash coat, is it similar to wet coat or totally different ?
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Old 21-02-2015, 09:53 AM   #22
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Guys we are in the Gyeon section. Not fair to be mentioning other manufacturer products!

As to durability for Wet Coat it does its thing on our Discovery which is outside 24/7. I top it up every 2 months and I wash it with Bathe.
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Old 21-02-2015, 10:32 AM   #23
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How much use does it see? daily?

Mine gets used daily, Doesn't do that many miles, Maybe 200 a week and it just won't last.

Tried various methods in applying to try and make it last, I wanted to see ho long it could last on a properly prepped surface the first time so it was fully decon'd then wiped down with prep to ensure the surface was as clean as possible. Still didn't last.

Have tried spreading it with a wash mitt as per PB advise. Yep you guessed it, Still didn't last.

Shame really as if they could get the durability a bit better then i would probably use it year round, It does add superb gloss.

Have some cancoat here to try out as well.
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Old 21-02-2015, 10:45 AM   #24
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It's really that difficult to use its such a chore to reapply every wash . Must admit i use it as just a top up on top of wax for bit of bling and some super beading. Don't think of it as long term LSP just handy top up product which it's great at looks great on white adds some zip
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How much use does it see? daily?

Mine gets used daily, Doesn't do that many miles, Maybe 200 a week and it just won't last.

Tried various methods in applying to try and make it last, I wanted to see ho long it could last on a properly prepped surface the first time so it was fully decon'd then wiped down with prep to ensure the surface was as clean as possible. Still didn't last.

Have tried spreading it with a wash mitt as per PB advise. Yep you guessed it, Still didn't last.

Shame really as if they could get the durability a bit better then i would probably use it year round, It does add superb gloss.

Have some cancoat here to try out as well.
My OH travels all over the country in the Discovery, to all 4 corners. Can be 500 miles a week, can be more or a rare week none at all. It beads brilliantly and the car has a base of Gyeon Can Coat.
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There we go then.

Curious as to how you would find it holds up without the cancoat, Not really a fair example there though as once the wetcoat drops off you have something else underneath....
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Just used this for the first time today, totally blown away by it.

Durability I cannot comment on however i applied it today with absolutely nothing underneath so I will report back on how it performs but for now it's incredible.
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I too cant wait to use my wet coat but knowing it wont be too far away before completing a full clean over and new etc . Im not going to use the wet coat because I feel it will only be a waste so I will be looking forward to trying it then.

I just hope I can get can get good results from my water hose ( because setting up the jet wash is not something I want to do all the time )

Like ive mentioned the 4ltr bottle is calling me

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I just hope I can get can get good results from my water hose ( because setting up the jet wash is not something I want to do all the time )
Though Gyeon say pressurised water is best practice for durability you can get good results from a regular hose rose.

http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...=gyeon+wetcoat

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Trip tdi - well, WetCoat is on the market for a while allready and with it's ease of use we're expecting interest to grow.. What's the competition to CanCoat that you're using?

wanner69 - except for the concept of a spray&rinse hydrophobic product there are totally no matching points between HydrO2 and WetCoat. We have a totally different, ready to use formula.

-Jamie- - i guess you're quite sceptical in regard to our products, but unless you wash your car with truck-engine dedicated detergents, there is literall no chance that WetCoat will be gone after 2 weeks. Still, we appreciate any criticism that let's us develop our products.

And the rest of you Guys - please report back with your impressions and durability reached!
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