Anybody try the newest ceramic coatings, from Adams or any other supplier? If so, how does it compare to the dealer installed ceramic coatings in the past.
Always good to learn about different products. Thanks bud.I had Opticoat Pro applied a little over 3 years ago, and it’s held up fairly well. It’s pretty much lost its hydrophobic properties, though I usually have something on top of it anyway.
I am looking into a new self-healing coating from https://www.feynlab.com/technology/ which is getting good reviews. I also like the fact that the company is local to me.
Not yet. Just bought a bottle of Bead Maker to try when Majestic came out with theirs. They’re local to me and I know them well. They’re excited about the stuff. And as sore as my back is today after doing juniors Suby, I’ll have to give it a shot!Looks good. Any personal experience?
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Doubt they are like motor oil threads... considering theres only a handful of oils to choose from... but jeepers man theres too many Ceramic coatings avail , but i agreeCeramic coating threads on automotive forums are becoming like motor oil threads.
That said, I have Crystal Serum Ultra on the Z06, it's pretty serious stuff. Not too may detailers around who apply it.
And to answer the OP's question; I do not believe any product being applied at a dealer, or any product designed to be sold over the counter, can compete with the truly high-end coatings that are to be applied by professionals. Do those aforementioned products add protection, yes, however they just aren't on the same level.
Lastly, any protective-coating product is pointless until the surface has been properly prepped and corrected.
Older formula OptiCoat Pro was applied to my 2014 in October 2014. Just had fourth annual water bead test last week. No issues as usual. Detailer mentioned that the current formula is even better.I have Opticoat Pro+ on my SS. I have no complaints.