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nbray67 10-06-2021 08:00 PM

Britemax Igneous Quartz Ceramic Coating???
 
Has anyone got/had any experience with Britemax coatings, in particular, Igneous Quartz??

Just prepping the new car for a LSP and although initially I'll wax it after machining it with Britemax Virtue, I was looking at the coating route again and see this can now be had for 50 from Britemax, normally 85 or thereabouts.

The last 9H coating I used was a breeze to apply/remove, Nasiol ZR53, and it gave amazing results so for 50, I was going to give Igneous a try.

Feedback would be much appreciated folks.

nbray67 11-06-2021 08:48 AM

Lots of views but no answers/review info.

Now ordered so I'll bob up a review once completed.
Also ordered their PH Neutral Shampoo, again, I'll see how this performs and report back.

roscopervis 11-06-2021 10:36 AM

Nothing from me sorry. I would be interested to hear your impressions though.

Kris1986 29-06-2021 07:58 AM

Hi,

Have been using Amethyst and Igneous on my own car, would go for Igneous - both are easy to use but Igneous shows better lifetime expectancy (holding up very well a year after). Some comments about it in this thread;

https://www.detailingworld.co.uk/for...d.php?t=420862

Used Virtue before applying two coats of Igneous and using Remax every now and then but I have to say I tend to reach for Meguiar's Hybrid Ceramic Detailer more often, IMO even better water behavior.


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