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Super VRT vs VRT


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The original VRT was very similar to the current SUPER VRT, the only difference being the water resistance. The current version has a water proof polymer added to the formula to allow it to last longer despite washing and/or rain. The original version was gone at the first sign of moisture.

 

Heres some more information on the 2 products and their differences:

 

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Some advice... any original VRT you find will have been sitting for almost 18months at best... at worse it could be YEARS OLD. Detailing products, like anything else have a shelf life, especially if they sit undisturbed. Theres a good chance any original VRT that you find now a days would possibly be towards the end of its life or already past meaning you'd end up with useless bottles of product.

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That's the info I was looking for. If it was a current product I was going to jump on it but my suspicions were correct in that there is a difference between svrt and vrt so this stuff on sale is old.

 

I tend to "overstock" my shelves with product and have good luck and very bad luck when it comes to shelf life with different products. But, I will say that I have had Adam's Detail Spray shelved for 4 years and still be just as good as fresh (to my eye). But in general I'm trying to not practice this sort of thing any longer and only buy what I can use in a year or two at the most.

 

I'll have to add some SVRT to my next order and try it out.

 

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I know different storage techniques, temperature, humidity, age of a product etc. all affect storage life and I'm really uncertain as to what the actual storage life is on all of the various Adams products I own. Just a thought, but would a "born on date" on the label somewhere perhaps help to determine when a product is useless beyond its life?

 

I personally store all of my Adams products inside my house, inside of a shelved closet in an effort to increase life span, however, I still don't know how to tell when any of my Adams product's life span or usefullness has been achieved.

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