Ceramic Coating Freedom Hard Top?

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Water wasn't beading like it's supposed to. Clearly the areas exposed to the sun the most had been impacted. My car is garage kept and I only drove it to work 3x a week, so it wasn't out in the sun all that much.

I perform touchless washes (foam cannon followed by leaf blower), if the blower struggles to get the water off a certain area, that is considered failure. The coatings don't last forever, but the G Techniq he used was supposed to last 9 years (which as we all know is bs, they don't last that long). He never told me the exact formula of G Techniq that he used. You can get 2-3 solid years out of cquartz and it's much cheaper. I paid $1000 for cquartz but he applied G Techniq which he usually charges $2,000 for, thinking he was doing me a favor. I can't get mad at him that the product failed
Interesting but good to know. I apply my coating myself abs have heard gtechniq to be quite easy to apply but heard cquartz much more tricky. Maybe ill switch to cquartz for durability and longevity.
 

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Interesting but good to know. I apply my coating myself abs have heard gtechniq to be quite easy to apply but heard cquartz much more tricky. Maybe ill switch to cquartz for durability and longevity.
There are some great youtube experiments. The good news is it isn't going to cost you a lot since you are doing it yourself.
 

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