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F11 TopCoat

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HillBill Bill R
Cookeville, TN, USA   USA
I ordered this stuff for my ‘03 Shinsen and it shines like a diamond. Wondering if anyone else has used this product and would like to hear their take on it. I’m 68 yrs old and the drudgery of waxing a car is hard on me these days, and using this is much easier on me. I’m hoping it isn’t hurting my paint job, and if it really is protecting it from the elements. Anyone else using this stuff?

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Ingle51 Darryl Ingle
Jacksonville, FL, USA   USA
I have used F11 Top Coat on my Indian Roadmaster for the past three years without any problems. I also use it on my 2017 Highlander and after a couple of road trips it still holds up nicely. That product does make it easier to get the love bugs off when that season comes around.

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Interesting, does it help protect against bird poop too? I have to park on the street and sometimes I get bombed eye rolling smiley



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Ingle51 Darryl Ingle
Jacksonville, FL, USA   USA
F11 helps keep bird droppings, bugs and road sludge from harming the paint. After about three coats I only have to do spot touch ups. One bottle did both my bike, the wife's 2015 Mustang and the Toyota Highlander. You will go through the microfiber towels quicker than F11. I'm on my second bottle and they included a small 3 oz bottle to keep in the vehicles for touch ups. Make sure you apply it in the shade so you can see where to buff it off after it dries. White cars make it hard to see. My bike is gray and black so it't much easier to see.



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