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Nanotechnology coating.......WOW

This simple spray on two part coating looks AMAZING. Imagine a whole vehicle coated with this stuff!!!!!!

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Looks awesome, but you could never wash your truck after applying. Hopefully it would repel everything and only need a hose down, but if it did need a bath you cant use soaps or high pressure water on it.?


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someone's gonna be rich....looks cool

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Just thought of a cool idea. How fast you think my canoe would be with this sprayed onthe bottom?


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Just thought of a cool idea. How fast you think my canoe would be with this sprayed onthe bottom?
That's funny ^^^ . Lower coefficient of friction, means you could go farther faster with less energy.

The crappy part about this is its $200 a gallon for base and $350 a gallon for the top coat. And it only last about 6 months!

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Just thought of a cool idea. How fast you think my canoe would be with this sprayed onthe bottom?
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That's incredible....comes with a hefty price tag though. Since its susceptible to UV - its stated in their FAQs that "2-8 months" before applying a re-coat depending on conditions.

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