THE LAST COAT
The Last Coat
WHAT THEY SAY:
The science behind our upgraded version of The Last Coat is very unique in the industry. There are lots of durable products, but the challenge was finding the formula that allowed the same versatility and ease of use as our original formula, but with much stronger durability and hardness.
We've taken the best properties of true ceramic coating products along with our original formulation, and combined them into a microemulsion formula.
All this means is that the "mesh knitting" of the formula is so tight that once bonded and fully cured, it makes it much more difficult for chemicals and road debris to get in and "uproot" the coating.
It has a mild positive charge which means it adheres to all surfaces including bare metal surfaces. It is more likely to repel dust than before. You also benefit from a lowered surface tension to bead water (so tighter beads and less chance for serious baked in water spots).
An interesting product when you first look at it, I did wonder exactly what category this fits in, and eventually settled with 'instant hydrophobic' protection.
Spray a light mist on to a panel then wipe down using the Plush Towel. As easy as that.
There are other methods for using the speed detailer, 1.) drying aide, and 2.) lubricant for a clay bar.
For the purposes of this test, the conclusion is based on using Detailer to boost an existing wax protection. However, this review will be updated to show the products performance as a drying aide and lube for a clay bar in the near future.
The quality of this product left me impressed. Application was a doddle and (as shown by the picture) helps water beading very well. Just over a week since application and the spray is still there and still supporting the slowing wearing away wax underneath. Thanks to Storm Brendan this week, I have been walking out to the car full of beads every morning and night.
An effective product to help boost existing wax protection, this certainly left a sweet smell up my nose.
Next up will be to try this out as both a drying aid and also as a clay bar lube.