I detail vehicles and bikes for a side gig for the last 10+ years. I do a lot of paint correction and in the last 3 years a lot of coatings, real coatings. Ive seen a couple trucks with this stuff on it, not impressed at all.
First, good looking paint comes from polishing, not what wax, sealant, you use. Your LSP can enhance the look but if its a swirled mess it will be a swirled mess no matter what. Last month I did a $70,000 Audi, guy paid me a good dollar amount to correct and coat his car. What do think he would have said if I told him I put this on his car???
Topcoat doesn't really know what it is. Its defiantly not a coating because the longevity isn't there. Maybe a AIO? One thing it does have is some fillers in it. So,its basically hiding the problems, nothing special there. Glazes have been out for 50 years
There are way better products out there that last longer and look better and cheaper. On hd forums a couple of guys asked me about CQuartz and I told them what I thought. One guy did it himself, other hired a detailer. Both are thrilled with the results.
Research what the DIY guy that is into detailing uses. Look what pros are using. Auto geek is a good place to start. You wont see any good reviews on it from guys that know this stuff. The reviews that say how good it is are from guys wanting to justify their spending.
Ive gotten a lot of great advice on this forum and others. I like to return the advise when I can. Much better stuff out there brother
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