Discussion in 'Detailers Domain' started by detailersdomain, Feb 24, 2010.
OK, so my question is do I get this deal since I ordered mine early?
provided you emailed us your order number yes.
we send the uber pads out with all the power locks that had been ordered.
Too bad I have a FULL jet seal, a FULL blackfire sealant, a FULL cg blitz, and a couple others too. I'm good on sealants for a while. Otherwise I'd probably try this one out too.
Also too bad Menz didn't do like a 2 oz sample bottle or something.
would you say this stuff is better then jetseal? 845 is just crazy durable but if this is better then jetseal and also better then FMJ I gotta get some and see how it layers with two or three coats on my s2k
wow where have i been to have missed this thread?
Can this stuff be applied by hand or must it be applied by machine? Only have a Makita so not sure on the machine part
yes you can apply it by hand or machine.
hmmm let's say you can put the others in the bargin bin lol
Probably another silly question but i'm sure some people have done it in their life time . . . . . is it possible to apply a sealant or wax via a Rotary on say the lowest speed with like a blue pad?
DA would work better but you can apply it via rotary.
sold my DA long ago and now wish i didnt.
Rotary will be fine then.
da would be better.
we sell them. :thumb:
Thanks Phil, email sent.
thats not the correct order number can you look again
ever tried it?
ordered the 16 oz size
thanks for the order.
Got the product this morning, thought I would give a brief evaluation because I know a lot of people are curious about it. I should hopefully have it on my own car by tomorrow afternoon, but for now I did a small test section on another car.
Straight forward sealant, nothing unusual about it. The color is a milky green which smells slightly minty. I applied it with the DA using a brand new 100ppi pad that will be dedicated for this product.
Consistency: Very much like blackfire, a bit less watery
Spreadability: With the DA it spread very evenly and smooth using only 2 small dabs for 1/2 a trunklid, I think 1 dab would have be sufficient.
Curing: I like to let everything cure for at least 30minutes same in this case, came back after that time and buffed off clean, no streaking under the Fenix LED
Look: 100% subjective, it was a white car so I cant say much. Left a nice clear finish... I mean I need to do a whole car to really say more and it was in my garage
Feel: Very slick, rubbing the back of my hand on it, the stuff definitely is slick
I dont have a lot to say simply because I need to test it on a wider scale, multiple cars, different colors, and of course monitor the durability.
So far for what its worth I think its a solid product and worked very easily.
Like I said I will try to have 2 coats on my car tomorrow and of course pics will follow, then I can get down to testing durability.
hey dave, is that the LC gold pad?
As promised I applied Power Lock to my own car.
Machine on with the DA speed 4
Let it cure for about 30minutes (entire process was done outside)
After buffing off, came off clean, no streaking
Excellent depth and clarity, really impressed me
After its second use in 2 day this product seems to be all that, the only thing left to see is the durability and this week should be mostly rain which will be a good initial testbead.
Will keep you all updated but for now this seems to be one of the better sealants I have used... and I have used just about every kind
Looks great DSMS!!!!!!! Cant wait to get mine in next week!!
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