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Anybody use Top Coat F11?

I am pretty good with keeping my black Dually clear coat covered with Meguires Quick Wax between cleaner was/full wax cycles however it doesn't last long for me in my climate (maybe 2 to 3 weeks).

I am looking at this Top Coat F11 stuff claiming it will last up to 5 or 6 months? just wondering if anybody has used it and if so how long before you have to use it again?

here's the claim:
- especially around 18 minutes into this movie showing his Black Mustang with a sponge and water, scary for us black finish guys!


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Lots of big claims. I can't find anyone who has used it either.

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I tried it for the first time last week on my Pearl white dually. One week later I am very impressed! I put it on everything except the tires. The glass is crystal clear... no smudges, paint is super slippery and things are not sticking to it...yet.

It went on as easily as shown in the videos. 2 hours and I was finished with the truck inside and out...even put it on my vinyl tonneau cover, dash, steering wheel & seats.

So-far-so-good. Hope it lasts as long as they claim!

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just ordered some. we shall see...

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I tried it for the first time last week on my Pearl white dually. One week later I am very impressed! I put it on everything except the tires. The glass is crystal clear... no smudges, paint is super slippery and things are not sticking to it...yet.

It went on as easily as shown in the videos. 2 hours and I was finished with the truck inside and out...even put it on my vinyl tonneau cover, dash, steering wheel & seats.

So-far-so-good. Hope it lasts as long as they claim!
It's been a few months, how's this stuff holding up?

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Lets just say that after the initial purchased product was used up I ordered a gallon refill. It has now been applied to my wifes car, my parents cars, my pickup and suburban, 3 dump trucks, inside and out windows of 2 houses, my wheel loader, my 5th wheel camper, Ski boat & kitchen stainless appliances. This stuff is pricy but when I consider the ease of application coupled with the elimination of other products, I have concluded it is well worth the cost.

Prior to the first application I clay bared the paint and glass of the vehicles then coated them. A few weeks later they were washed and given a second coating. I will be continuing to apply a touchup coat from time to time. I find I am using far less product than I initially did. Keeping the vehicles looking good has never been this easy. Rainfall rinses away far more grime than it used to. Bugs wash off the leading edges easily. I can go on and on but I think you are getting the idea... I like it A LOT!

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I've used it on my motorcycle and camaro and it worked well from what I could tell. Has kept them pretty clean

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https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/20...l#post27233537

I've used the product.. I'm still new at it regarding length of time, however so far it's a miracle spray as far as how shiny and rich it makes your car/truck/motorcycle look.
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