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  1. 11 points
    Dan@Adams

    Adam's Online Car Show

    The daily driver/charity road rally machine: The project truck: And my other blue car, the GTO I've been working on since 2006:
  2. 11 points
    mc2hill

    Adam's Online Car Show

    This is a shot of 'Old no. 2' the 1912 race car I get to work on. The owner started with the radiator, the engine, and the frame, and it took 14 years to get from collecting parts to completion. His idea was to build a car like you could have had in the day, if money was no object, and to allow you jump in it and drive across the country (it has plug in for headlights, and between the seats are plugs for heated motorcycle suits) . I call it a 1912 Indy spec custom hot rod, as it is like a Kindigit car, with no exposed wires or bolts, and lots of summitry (the holes in the hand brake and gear shift align perfectly). Oh, and the engine - a 10 liter/600 cu. in. 4 cylinder (the 'formula' for the Indy race that year). It will idle at 90 RPM - kind of like a 110 MPH tractor! It is a lot of fun to show, and even more fun to drive!
  3. 9 points
    mc2hill

    Adam's Online Car Show

    I don't believe I have ever shared this photos, so here goes. My client had this car for about 10 years, but was busy working on Old No 2, so it sat - the chassis in his garage and the remaining parts in a storage unit. He purchased the project from the Outer Banks of Virginia - the parts were in mayo jars, and the body was resting against a wall in a barn. Once he finished Old No 2, he needed something else to do, so he started playing this car. It is an 1913 Peugeot Bebe (Type BP1), designed by Ettore Bugatti (yes that Bugatti), in fact if you own one of these you can join the Bugatti's Owner Club (OK, so there is no longer an auto ownership requirement, but it sounds better!). He designed the car (a cycle car) for the German brand Wanderer, and was licensed for the French market by Peugeot. It was shown at the 1912 Paris Auto Show, and put into production the following year. It has a straight 4 cylinder, 10 hp engine, with a top speed of 37 mph. About 3000 were produced, with about 300 remaining. Most are in museums, which is where one this lives now. The chassis: Getting ready to put the body back on after many years apart: This a shot of the floor board with handwritten serial number. To the right of the pic are the slots for the pedals. And an interior shots (note the missing floor board). It had been treated several times with Adam's Leather Conditioner. Due to the small size, the door was only on the passenger side. The 'box' under the dash is the oil reservior. After assembling the car, there was only ONE piece missing - a felt washer, and a wooden windshield frame piece had to be remade. Not bad for 105+ years! And finally a period photo.
  4. 9 points
    Bryanl

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Here's my Truck
  5. 8 points
    crowvet

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Here are my entries, hope you enjoy the show.
  6. 8 points
    1969 Plymouth Road Runner................... photo from 1972................ sold it in 1978..........could kick myself seeing what prices these cars bring today
  7. 8 points
    20 min CS3 wipe down after the rains! So quick, so easy!
  8. 8 points
    I applied Adams UV Ceramic Spray Coating to the front clip of our Hellcat. I applied Adams Ceramic Paint Coating 14 months ago and maintain the coating with Boost and CS3. I wanted to add a little more protection against bugs.
  9. 8 points
    rkj4243

    Adam's Online Car Show

    My 2013 Torch Red 427 Convertible and my 2003 Millenium Yellow Corvette coupe
  10. 8 points
    Captain Slow

    Adam's Online Car Show

  11. 8 points
    Mike E.

    Adam's Online Car Show

    My 2018 Corvette Z06 and the wife's 2018 Camaro SS 1LE
  12. 7 points
    Chris@Adams

    Adam's Polishes Response To COVID-19

    Our valued customer, Our team recognizes the evolving situation from COVID-19 creates uncertainty in each of our lives. Our hearts and thoughts go out to each of you as we navigate unprecedented times. While we continue to monitor, assess and respond to this situation, we will keep you in the loop in regard to any changes at Adam’s Polishes. We wanted to provide a quick update on our commitment to continue providing products and services to our customers during this time. Additionally, we want to explain the steps we’ve taken internally to ensure the safety and health of our 120+ employees & our customers. Our Customers We appreciate you, our customers, and want to provide some normalcy in these troubling times. Adam likes to say detailing “is his therapy” we hope any time you can take to use our products gives you a small respite from this craziness. At this time, our warehouse is fully operational. Our team is there for you, and we are there for them during this time. Please note, shipments may take 1-2 business days to process. Our customer service team is available. We can be reached by email, Live Chat & by phone to discuss products & orders. We’ll even walk you through your detailing troubles if you find yourself in the garage over the next few weeks. Just holler, we’ve got you covered. Honestly, if you just want to call and chat, or talk cars, we can do that too. We’ve shifted some of our manufacturing capacity to help provide essential products to our customers & employees. As of last week, we’re including free 12oz Hand Soap with all orders over $50 on Adam’s Polishes through March 31st, 2020. Plus, we’re giving away free bottles for a limited time, you’ll just need to cover shipping. We are also working as quickly as we can with various governing bodies to offer Home Surface Cleaning products & Hand Sanitizer. We intend to give some away starting with emergency services. Stay tuned in the coming week for more information. Our Employees Our employees have been there for us working hard to keep our business moving, and we will be there for them. We’re proud to support them in their critical roles like manufacturing, shipping, customer service & more. Any employee who has the slightest sniffle or feels they have been exposed to COVID-19 in any way has been requested to stay home. Additionally, we’ve extended sick leave for employees should they need it. Our warehouse is being sanitized daily. In addition, we’ve provided our team with best practices on hygiene and supplied plenty of Hand Sanitizer, Soap & cleaning products to maintain their health and workspace. Please note, our shipping facility is closed on Wednesdays and Saturdays to be sanitized. We’ve provided each of our team members with free Interior Detailer with Microban® to use in our warehouse and their homes/vehicles. For more information on Microban®, click here. All employees who are able to work from home have been instructed to do so. We’ve embraced “social distancing” & halted all travel. Our leadership team remains vigilant and is monitoring the situation in real time and responding rapidly as conditions evolve. If you need to reach us for anything, please contact us. We’ll get through this together, Email: orders@adamspolishes.com Phone: 1-877-965-0400 Online: AdamsPolishes.com
  13. 7 points
    BRZN

    Days 4-7 in Quarantine-Productive!

    Winter Mods, well service and repairs done, I now needed to get my 2006 Pontiac GTO ready for the upcoming show season. Stuck at home, with nothing but time was my opportunity. I began Friday morning with a Rinseless Wash. 2oz of Rinseless Wash in the bucket with 2 gallons of water and nine Plush Waffle Microfiber Towels. I liberally spray one panel at a time with a mixture of 1oz Rinseless Wash and 15oz Reverse Osmosis filtered water, then wipe clean with one of the Plush Waffle Microfibers soaking in the bucket. To dry, I use the Mini Plush Drying Towels. This Garage Queen isn't driven much, no inclement weather, and lately only to shows and cruise ins. It is parked outside while I work on clients cars in the garage, and the paint and clear wrap material was feeling a bit rough with the baggie test. Next step Clay The rough feel to the paint and clear bra material wasn't bad, the Fine Grade Clay quickly took care of whatever was on the car's surface. Before I began to run any machines over the paint, I taped off all the trim that might get touched. There was minimal marring to the paint, very few RIDS, just slight straight line marks from the car being wiped down since its last polishing. Anymore I'll usually just polish sections that need it, not doing the entire car all at once, as the entire thing rarely needs it. This time I decided to hit all the paint using the Adam's SK Pro 15mm Machine, a 5.5" White Foam Pad and the new Polish. Where sections got tight, or to cut in panels I used the SK 12mm Mini, or my Rupes Nano with the same pad material and polish combo. Friday ended with just the two doors and the Side Skirts remaining to need polishing. I took care of those areas first thing Saturday morning. I believe the Brazen Orange Metallic GM paint came out looking fantastic! On to protection I had InShane Designs of Lemoyne, PA wrap the entire front clip last June. He also took care of a few other high impact areas; leading edges of the mirrors, and Side Skirts over the Rocker Panels, all four fender lips, and low behind the rear wheels. November of 2018 I had some paint and body work done by Andy Arter, owner of Kesse's Body Shop in Hanover, PA. He took care to the Hood, Side Skirts, and Rear Spoiler. All the Clear Wrap material and re-sprayed areas were wiped down with Surface Prep to remove any remaining Detail Spray from claying, or polish residue. These sections were Ceramic Coated with the 9H Ceramic Paint Coating including the UV Tracer. The tail lights and door handles had been painted years ago, they were Ceramic Coated too. I love how the UV Flashlight helps me find any thin sections, or spots I may have missed, allowing complete coverage! And yes, there were some thinner than I'd like sections and a few spots I'd missed. A second coat was laid down there. Saturday ended... Sunday morning... All the unwrapped areas of the car still wearing its original paint were protected with a layer of Brilliant Glaze topped with two coats of Patriot Paste Wax. I waited roughly 20 hours between coats of Patriot. Second coat applied Monday morning. I pulled the car out into the sun to look her over Sunday late morning. Hmm... High spots on the Clear Wrap material everywhere I'd laid the second coat. There were probably three to four hours between those two coats, and in the garage light everything looked just right. I laid down a coat of Brilliant Glaze to the entire hood and a few other high spots, let it haze over and wiped it off, no more high spots, nice. This was done 24 hours after I'd completed the Ceramic Coating. I'd often wondered if the Brilliant Glaze, used to level the Ceramic Coating, was actually removing the coating. I looked over the car again with the UV Flashlight, and the UV Tracer was still everywhere I'd applied the Brilliant Glaze. Here's the results Sunday afternoon after the first coat of Patriot, enjoy: Oh, in case you were curious, I'd hand polished the wheels last fall, off the car, with Metal Polish #2 and coated them with the Ceramic Spray Coating. Before I pulled the car out to take the above pictures I wiped them down with CS3.
  14. 7 points
    Thorsager

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Here's mine.
  15. 7 points
    Chris@Adams

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Here you go...….
  16. 7 points
    I have so many great memories with Adam's Polishes it would take forever to list them all here, but here's a few that stand out in my mind right now: - Being introduced to the brand back in 2007 with my very first use of Leather Conditioner on my GTO seats. I was simply amazed, and then quickly started buying up everything I could at Grabiak Chevrolet! - Helping out at Detail Clinics and Shows with Adam, Dave @BRZN, Chris @Chris@Adams, Rich @Rich, Brother Greg, and so many others (I'm sorry if I'm leaving you out!) - After a few years of helping, to then have Adam offer to fly me out to Colorado for a weekend for a job interview - my job interview consisted of working the GoodGuys Loveland Show with him, getting to drive a brand-new beautiful blue C7 Stingray to the show for us to detail (with Adam joking that I lost the job since the Vette may or may not have had better launch control than his SRT8 Jeep!), and staying at his house with his family for the weekend to talk about life, detailing, and anything else we could think of..that's just how true of a person he is, and I am extremely proud to be a part of his vision. - Flying out to Scottsdale to attend my first ever Barrett-Jackson Event and filming the Volume 10 Video Series at a beautiful house that we rented for the week - it was the perfect backdrop and I can't even count how many customers asked throughout the years if it was Adam's house - it was not! I will never forget Adam telling @Calvin A and I that we had 60 minutes to polish out the remainder of the black CTS-V so that we could do some drone shots with it...every 2-3 minutes he would walk by and smile and say "Are you done yet!?!" - Many nights at the cabin in Carlisle with Adam, Dave, Holly, Nicole, Bob, Kyle N, Travis, Paul, and others sitting at the river after a long days work and enjoying some campfire and good stories. - Many long days and nights working with @Joe@Adams on dozens and dozens of projects throughout the years, barely meeting deadlines but still having fun in the process! - Surviving Black Friday and Cyber Monday phone calls each year - losing my voice twice on Cyber Monday from taking so many calls! - A big downpour at Scottsdale Barrett-Jackson where Sydney assembled the entire Adam's A Team of 15+ people and dried a car every 60 seconds or so from 11PM - 1AM as they drove off of the auction block and back into their tent location! I think we used at least 50 Great White Drying Towels, wringing them out too (Ultra Plush didn't exist yet!) - More recently, getting to meet so many amazing students and hear their stories at our new Shine Academy Classes since November of last year. - Successfully completing my biggest and most difficult task with the company thus far this January - being responsible for scheduling all of the over 435 vehicles that we detailed in some manner at the Barrett-Jackson auction...from talking to the owners, taking payments, and figuring out where to fit them in on the schedule. It was one of the most stressful but most rewarding things I've ever done with the company, and I can't wait to do it again next year!
  17. 6 points
    Norton

    Black car detailing

    Truer words were never spoken. I've maintained my 2013 GT500 with Adam's products since I drove it off the showroom floor in 2012. It was ceramic coated in 2018.
  18. 6 points
    Brownie 303

    Adam's Online Car Show

    My 18 Wrangler and my wifes 16 explorer. The jeep has yet to be "Adamized" even though it looks perfect in pics, it has lots of broom scratches from the dealership when I got it. Her car got the correction first, happy wife equals bigger allowance at Adams!
  19. 6 points
    tomsch63

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Ok so not even remotely epic as some of these cars. This is just my beater CRV but I'm somewhat obsessing over different products. Right now I have PS, H2O G&G and touch-ups with CS3. I'm close to stripping it all off and prepping for ceramic spray wax but right now it looks pretty good so I'll probably hold off until the end of the summer.
  20. 6 points
    Paint looks wet! Brilliant Glaze topped with Patriot. I think I'll do a more in depth write up of it's own. Done: http://www.adamsforums.com/topic/37615-days-4-7-in-quarantine-productive/
  21. 6 points
    01GreyStangGT

    Adam's Online Car Show

    My 2014 Ford Mustang GT with the Track Pack
  22. 6 points
    BRZN

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Brought the wife's car too
  23. 6 points
    Here’s mine right after a CS3 wipe down, I LOVE this product! https://adamspolishes.com/collections/new-just-in/products/adams-cs3
  24. 5 points
    ObsessedDetailer

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Here’s my 2016 4runner SR5. Love this thing. So beefy
  25. 5 points
    shane@detailedreflections

    Opinions needed...

    Look what showed up today! Means next week they’ll be able to start wrapping the car! More pics to follow... PS - I hate the fluorescent lights since they don’t show the color shift well at all.
  26. 5 points
    Brownie 303

    Adam's Online Car Show

    That has been a solid truck for him, He doesnt want it Adamized but he will be more thrilled when I post pics of his MG I'm shining up for him! I may swipe the keys for the truck and bring back that champagne color goodness!
  27. 5 points
  28. 5 points
    Beemer

    Adam's Online Car Show

    I'll play.
  29. 5 points
    I used Adams Compound and Adams Polish to correct the paint. I then applied Adams Ceramic Paint Coating. I also used Adams Wheel Coating for the wheels.
  30. 5 points
    Rb1274

    Adam's Online Car Show

    CS3! Between the rain!
  31. 5 points
    Completed a full correction on my 2013 HD Soft Tail Breakout. It had been under a cover in the garage for a couple months. It was clean. Did a Waterless Wash, Clay Bar, Compound, Polish, and finished her off with Ceramic Spray Coating. Used my Adam's Micro Cordless SK Polisher. Great little machine.
  32. 5 points
    Happy St. Patrick's Day from everyone at Adam's Polishes! Lets try to take our minds off of the current events worldwide even for just a bit and think about shine therapy! I know I will be in my garage a lot over the next few weeks of social distancing practices - the perfect time to get all of the winter grime off of my car. In keeping with tradition, we have a limited St. Patrick's Day Detail Spray bottle available now! Click on the picture below to check it out! It's our new formula of Detail Spray similar to the Midnight Black Bottle release and the Color Shift bottle. As of this posting, we have just under 600 bottles remaining for purchase - they are selling through fairly quickly. The 120 Limited Mystery Buckets are unfortunately already sold out...thank you for your business! This sale ends tomorrow at Midnight. Click Here to Shop Now! As a side note, Adam, myself, and all of our employees at HQ have been using Interior Detailer with Microban regularly throughout the day at work, in vehicles, and at home - at workstations, desks, and so on. The antimicrobial aspect of Microban continues to inhibit bacteria growth up 24 hours after application. Make sure to still follow all other recommended practices of washing hands often and so forth, but I like the extra piece of mind it gives for even more cleaning in my vehicle and other surfaces. Stay safe! If you find yourself bored during this down-time, subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out some of our new One Take Tuesday videos. We have some exciting things to share with you all in the coming weeks and months, so stay tuned!
  33. 5 points
    I had a retired friend come by for a couple of days from Upstate NY his truck needed a way before continuation of their trip to Florida. They tow a 35' 5th wheel and have plenty of miles on the 2014 diesel dually all wheel drive rig. The interesting item was that they have had the truck for a while and I was told that he could never really get it to shine. Now, they are planning on putting in a Adam's order when they get to the Finger Lakes region. The truck is a whole lot of black to get the Upstate NY road grime and they had been in NC camping in an area with red clay and I forgot to take a before picture. I told him the come back by and spend a few days, we can polish it out properly and coat it. As is it took the two of us about 5 hours to get it looking like this. The dog in the back is Ellie and she owns my youngest daughter, but my wife and I get to babysit and spoil her on a regular basis.
  34. 5 points
    After church services today mom's 2016 Toyota Corolla got a quick wash. I foamed the car using a competitor’s foaming surface prep wash. While that dwelled I cleaned the tires with some TW tire cleaner that had been hiding out in the basement for a few years. Wheels were cleaned with competitor’s foaming surface prep wash. After rinsing almost all visible dirt and road film appeared to have been removed. I washed it using several MF wash pads/mitts in a bucket along A competitor’s car wash. I rinsed it off then blew it dry with a leaf blower. Since it’s ceramic coated I gave it a layer of Adam’s Ceramic Boost. Wheels also got a layer of Ceramic Boost and tires got Adam’s Tire Shine. Mom is a very healthy 85 and as long as she’s able to safely drive I’ll keep her ride shiny and swirl free. She told her Toyota dealer service writer to not wash her car last week as I was doing it this weekend...and they listened!
  35. 5 points
    Finally adamized my sis in laws pilot. Compound, polish, brilliant glaze, sealant and ceramic liquid. Tires and glass sealed, full interior job as well as deodorizer. Also took the one step kit to the headlights and sealed those as well, you can see how oxidized they were on the before pic. She was super happy, I welcomed her to the Adam's way of life 😀 Also cleaned up the wrangler, did some trim restore and installed the anti tailgate spray, I mean tire shine, or as my tailgaters may say "tire blind" 👍
  36. 4 points
    Junior

    Adam's Online Car Show

    A couple SRTs a CrownVic and a Lexus
  37. 4 points
    Rich

    Adam's Online Car Show

    Since the virus is cancelling everything, including car shows, how about an online car show here. Doesn't matter if it's a garage queen or your daily driver. Trucks, motorcycles, quads, show cars, anything goes! Let's see what you all have!!! My 2013 60th Anniversary 427 Vette and my 2019 AWD Equinox
  38. 4 points
    RayS

    Adam's Online Car Show

    The oldest daughter was nice enough to bring the Mustang over to hit with Wash & Coat and then dry with Ceramic Boost.
  39. 4 points
    took an old pump spray off another bottle I had,just happened to fit
  40. 4 points
    Rich

    We're Now Making Essential Products.

    Looking forward to getting mine. Love seeing companies doing their part. And many thanks to all of the Adam's employees who are working for the rest of us. Most of all, a HUGE THANK YOU to those of you who are essential workers, risking your lives for all of us. The least I can do is to stay home, and try not to be part of the problem.
  41. 4 points
    Chris@Adams

    Black car detailing

    I vote for any of our Ceramic line, it makes black look GREAT. Check this GMC that I did full paint correction & Ceramic Coated.
  42. 4 points
    I CSC both my cars. Although I CC both of them in the fall, i couldnt resist the BF deal so grabbed the CSC. (I know it’s probably overkill). The CSC is sooooo easy to use. It was very easy to apply and remove. I was afraid of streaking on my black car, but it was much easier to remove then First gen CB! Nearly streakless! Probably used less than 1/3 of the bottle for both cars.
  43. 4 points
    tlbullet

    The Car or Truck You Wish You Still Had

    Thats an easy answer for me. Its my 94’ Acura Legend 6 speed coupe! I had about 50k miles on it and traded it in around 2001. Although i still loved it at the time i was commuting into NYC and figured there was a better chance of it getting stolen than not! I figured i was giving the car a chance and let her go!😢 I look everyday for a replacement..probably several times a day! My favorite site (other than this one!) is Bringatrailer.com (BaT). Awesome cars. they had my dream car last week...unfortunately sold for over what i was looking. ($25,500!😳). I dont have pic of my actual car but this car is exactly what im hunting for .
  44. 4 points
    Hey everyone! We're back with week 3 of One Take Tuesday. In this week's video, Tyler goes over a quick and effective way to clean your wheels, tires, fender wells, and floor mats all with one chemical, our Wheel & Tire Cleaner. We hope you enjoy this no-cuts process video!
  45. 4 points
    Chris@Adams

    Adam's Online Car Show

    I might as well add my daily drivers.
  46. 4 points
    BRZN

    Spring Carlisle 2020 New Date

    Spring Carlisle 2020 has been moved from April 22-26 to May 27-31 My Carlisle Team and I will be there. There will be a minimum 10% discount off of everything, or I'll match whatever online sale will be going on during the Event! Keep an eye on this thread for updates. Not sure how I'm going to do this yet, may have a tent sale? I have some inventory remaining of all the products that have been updated since last fall. No matter what, they'll be made available at the Event at huge discounts! *These products gotta go! Undercarriage Spray Dressing 16oz and Gallons Interior Detailer (non-Microban) 16oz and Gallons Tire Shine 16oz and Gallons VRT 16oz and Gallons Glass Sealant Paint Sealant Sprayable Compound Heavy Correcting Compound Paint Correcting Polish Paint Finishing Polish Polishing Pads 4", 5.5" & 6.5" Orange, White, Red & Grey Foam Revive Paint Coating Kit (non-UV) Ceramic Infused Paste Wax Trim Coating Kits and 50ml Bottles (non-UV) Wheel Coating 50ml Bottles (non-UV) Wheel Coating Kits and 50ml Bottles (Original) Red Trunk Organizers 1 Porter Cable *I'm not going to hold anything for anyone, or sell from the forum. You've got to be at the event to buy.
  47. 4 points
    It was a sunny 84 in Columbia today so I did a quick wash on the Garage Queen Terrain and changed the color of the my truck. I have around 100 Azalea bushes, plus about 10 dogwoods, surrounded by pines and every other type of tree, flower and bush you can imagine and they are all in full bloom . There is no escaping the pollen at this point. The second picture of the truck has water drops after a rinse and within minutes I could see the pollen rings on the water droplets. There is no need to try and do anything special at this point, but I did do an experiment. Last fall, I ceramic coated the tonneau cover and in the past I've needed to do a deep clean and treatment with 303 each. The tonneau has stayed in excellent shape and since the water was still beading today, but I did go over it with CS3 today. I did the wife's Terrain earlier this week and was impressed with how slick it was when washing it, so it will be interesting to see how the tonneau is come next weekend when covered with pollen again.
  48. 4 points
    @Bscott94 Wow! those are huge! I am not sure if i could ever do that. I would go nuts with how dirty it would get. Thanks Rich! I am extremely happy with how it turned out. Next think I think I want to do is auxiliary lighting.. I already have the Baja Designs Squadron Pro Wide Cornering lights sitting in my cart. Just waiting to pull the trigger. Thanks buddy! And what do you mean by "Off road"? I heard the mall has some good spots 😉
  49. 4 points
    The time has finally come - our 20th Anniversary!!! Everyone at Adam's Polishes cannot begin to say how thankful we are to all of you for supporting us now for 20 YEARS in this detailing industry. I would encourage everyone to use this thread to share at least one fun Adam's Polishes memory you have from throughout the years. I am very honored to work for this company, and to see what it has grown to be in just the last 4 1/2 years or so since I started in 2015. Please enjoy this special look at the history of this company and the amazing man behind it all: We have a limited edition 20th Anniversary Detail Spray bottle (limit 4 per customer), and 8 new hat designs to celebrate 20 years. You can check them out below. Use code 20TH for 20% off storewide* until Wednesday at Midnight. *Some restrictions apply CLICK HERE TO SHOP NOW Thank you to Adam, our amazing customers, and the rest of our awesome team for providing shine therapy to all of us enthusiasts out there! -Dan@Adams
  50. 4 points
    tomsch63

    CS3 - Percentage of SiO2 Protection

    I used CS3 on my black SUV late last week and it has been rain every day since. The good news is the rain just flies off including the glass. After driving in the pouring rain every day since the application it still looks clean. It's like nothing is really sticking which is great. BTW I received my second gallon today so I think I'm set for a while
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