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    Quote Originally Posted by JBakes View Post
    How's it beading?
    Itís alright . Will get the viddys uploaded this evening and you can see for yourself.


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    If it goes down in value as quick as a tramp on cold chips then I buy it!

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    I get the same result with wet coat every few washes.
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    Lee, how do you rate G Techniq C1 and C2v3? These are the products I have in my locker and just wondered if Iím wasting my time with them in terms of longevity. I did my 1979 Porsche 928 Manual (the one in the Harryís garage video) with it and it still beads beautiful 18 months later but that car is kept in a garage and rarely gets dirty.

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    Yup, good products, excellent combination. Just make sure the C1 is reasonably fresh. They are also good for applying to PPF's and matt finish paints.

    Quote Originally Posted by barchetta_boy View Post
    Lee, how do you rate G Techniq C1 and C2v3? These are the products I have in my locker and just wondered if Iím wasting my time with them in terms of longevity. I did my 1979 Porsche 928 Manual (the one in the Harryís garage video) with it and it still beads beautiful 18 months later but that car is kept in a garage and rarely gets dirty.

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    Okay, knackered now but I have 'thrown together' some footage from earlier today. Hope it helps and please feel free to ask questions but the answers may be a little drunk as I am about to crack in to the home brew and watch some telly.

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    Looks really good - another big benefit of this ceramic coating I guess is that you wouldn't get water spots if you can't be arsed to dry the car?
    With black cars they can end up looking dirtier after a quick wash if you don't dry them.

    Due to where I live and the impossibility of keeping a car clean generally snow foam and pressure wash off and leave it at that as a quick spruce up and being time limited that's about as good as it gets at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extreme Detailing View Post
    Yup, good products, excellent combination. Just make sure the C1 is reasonably fresh. They are also good for applying to PPF's and matt finish paints.
    I thought C1, C3, C5 were the same product. And really you need a flexible coating for ppf, rather than ceramic

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    So when you snow foam it do you literally have to rinse that off and its done, as simple at that or do you still need to do the 2 bucket thing and dry the car after?

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    Clearly looking at that vid I had the wrong guy do my ceramic coating :-(

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    They are and yes CS and EXO are flexible, they have to be for plastic bumpers.
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    I thought C1, C3, C5 were the same product. And really you need a flexible coating for ppf, rather than ceramic
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