We use it where I work, I definitely recommend it. It's very easy to put on, doesn't leave residue in the body openings like wax does. It doesn't do any polishing though, you would have to polish (not wax) before you do the xzilon if you want it to really shine. The best thing about it is when your car is just dusty, not really dirty, with xzilon on it you can rinse the car off and most everything comes right off.
There is different xzilon for exterior and interior. The exterior stuff you can use on everything on the outside, paint, glass, headlights, wheels, etc. I'm not that impressed with the interior stuff, not sure it's any better than anything else.
Lots of reviews on the web, some love it some say it's snake oil. It's $20 on eBay, they say after you use it do not wax your car. It is approved for use on Boeing, Douglas and Airbus aircraft for what that's worth, same stuff as Granitize, same company. Not sure if it works or not but don't pay more than $20 for it, no way it is worth $140.
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Just like any other wax or sealant that costs 1/10th the price?
IDK, what's 1/10 of $0?
Oh, oops, sorry, I didn't mention that I get it for free.
Seriously though, you don't have to pay $900 or even $140 for it, just find it or something like it online.
Here's another way to look at it...
If you want something that's easy to apply and will work ok for 6 months or so, do the sealant.
If you don't mind putting some elbow grease in waxing, or don't mind doing it more often, use wax.
Polishing and waxing every month or so will by far be the best looking finish, but not everyone wants to do that much work.
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