I can vouch this stuff. As long as it's the apply and rub off, it'll work. If it's the spray and rinse, not so much. Last year after I leased my Charger, I wanted something that was going to be easy to take care of in the winter. My cars don't go through a car wash, but they will go through a touchless one. I spent $75 on Qtech Ceramic (not sure if that was the name) and went to work. My car wasn't hard to do as it was brand new. You MUST make sure your paint is in showroom condition or else the scratches, pits, chips and dirt will be there for several years. Once it's applied it's a bi%ch to get off. Mine was apply, and then let it tack up, then SCRUB it off. Then it sat in the garage for overnight, out the next day in the direct sun to harden it, then overnight in the garage again. If you leave it out and you have dew, you WILL get water runs. I wasn't impressed with the slickness to touch factor, and the shine was between an unwaxed car and a brilliantly waxed car. I'd give it a 7.5 out of 10. No wet look, but, take some paint protection once it's cured and do a real fast, light once over and buff to shine. It'll only last till your next car wash or rain, but it'll make it pop.
As for upkeep? It was incredible. Merely take it to the $0.25 car was, hose it off in mid winter and drive it home. The water came right off as did the dirt, snow and salt...no scrubbing, no washing. I can't say enough about it...but the 2 things are, it's expensive to have someone do it, and it's VERY time consuming to do it yourself. Make sure that you have all the right equipment. Make sure your paint is in good condition first. Buy heavy pile microfiber towels (about 15 or so should work for a Kappa). After every section of scrubbing off the ceramic, turn the towel and buff, then throw the towel out.....DO NOT REUSE any towel that is involved with a ceramic application!!! You WILL scratch your paint!!! You CANNOT wash ceramic bits out of the towels. Any questions, just ask me.
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