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Old 14-06-2021, 11:40 AM   #21
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Old 15-06-2021, 11:52 PM   #22
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How is this compared to Turtle wax sealant hydrophobic wax and bilt hamber double speed wax both of which I have? I'm new to detailing and this product looks really good in the video, but is it worth the price?
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Old 16-06-2021, 02:46 AM   #23
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How is this compared to Turtle wax sealant hydrophobic wax and bilt hamber double speed wax both of which I have? I'm new to detailing and this product looks really good in the video, but is it worth the price?
Not sure if its worth it but from the user feedback i've seen lustre gets more love then jet.

It will look better then TW i'd imagine and probably more enjoyable to use. That said polishing is really the major factor in how glossy your paint will look.
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Old 16-06-2021, 01:01 PM   #24
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I wouldn't look down on the major brands, most of the time they have the capacity and knowledge to make great products (mothers has a professional line too, just not common) but they tend to keep things in check as they're the first to see customer back lash over fussy application or errors which could cause damage (why do you think it took so long for one to release a ceramic coating?).

CMX 3n1 is a great product. Always test application and compatibility, but I know that it combined with CQL is a great entry level ceramic coating package that is both time and cost effective. Bottle is fantastic as well, when it runs out you would reuse it and a bottle that good is nearly the same price as it full of product.
I agree, it’s the perfect blend of Essence and Essence Plus in one product. I’m having some plays with it on my daily, but I’m going to use it to freshen up the very soft paint on my Basalt Black Porsche Cayman which has been coated with Feynlab Ceramic and Ceramic Lite since September 2019. Ceramic Lite has now come to the end of its (very tough and tested) life and I was going to use Feynlab Primer and re-top with Feynlab Ceramic Lite. However, in the name of science, I’m going to use Mothers CMX 3 in 1 instead and use a couple of layers of Infinity Wax Syn ergy Lite to see how that does - a bargain basement alternative?
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