Go to sealant
November 12, 2011
This product is a perfect choice and my go to product for customer who want long term protection.
Whether using it as a final sealant on a full polish out or just on a wash/clay wax job it is a great choice.
Ive been using it quite a a while now and the long term protection it offers is a great feature...along with the easy removal and the fact it smells like bananas lol.
I have one customer who i first started working for over a year ago. Did a pass with D151 and sealed up with #20..and the paint couldn't have felt slicker. We did a monthly wash for her and after 6 months it still felt just as slick and bugs/dirt washed off just as easily. We stripped it off and reapplied just because that is our procedure for customers who have us do a monthly wash...but if you went by how it FELT and how the water LOOKED all beaded up...it still seemed to be going strong.
Applying with a DA is super simple. I find allowing it to cure a little bit after doing the whole car allows for a nice easy wipe off. I usually do the whole car, then do little touch up things like tires/rims and windows and then remove it...and it wipes off like nothing is ever there. Ive actually had to check panels by feeling them after removing the sealant to make sure i didn't miss it with the DA because it didn't feel like i was removing any residue....it comes off that easy.
Only reason i give it 4 stars is i wish i had a little more pop to it. It absolutely adds gloss but not as much as something like Wolfgang DGPS. But in no way is it enough to turn me from #20 as my go to sealant thus far. If you haven't tried it...give it a go especially if you're in a high sun area like me in Az, and id assume it would work great as a winterizing sealant for those in the cold.