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two travelers

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The detailer that does our cars recommended the subject product for our motorhome. Claims a 7 yr lifespan. Online info looks pretty good. Has anyone used this product? Do you still wax the coach?

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Ceramic coating might last 7 months but I hardly thing is could last 7 years unless you never wash the motorhome and maybe keep it in a garage. If it doesn't last you could never prove it because it's invisible and can't be measured.


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I can’t say about Adam’s but I tried the 303 graphene product and it was a disaster putting on and getting off. Never again. I went back to McGuires. Chuck

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I just had my coach washed and the guy was pushing a ceramic coating that he claimed would last 9 years. For $3800 for a 38’ coach I’ll just stick with a wash and wax every 6 months.


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Posted: 11/17/21 03:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

7 years??? That'll never happen. There is a detailer that I follow and you can Google him as well. "Pan the organizer" Subscribe to his channel. He's from Canada but has a lot of information on products. You could always message him as well. Very informative.


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7 year lifespan is just a guess.the graphene coating has only been used on vehicles for a couple years,they are making their estimates from the commercial applications.i'd plan on 3-5 years if it were me.


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