i think u deserved a PHD on waxtologist studies
hey its good to hear & read your posting very encouraging
25 2009, 01:13 AM' post='1477550']
wow 8.5 months and still beading like that?!
How does the paint feel? No dirt-in-paint or contaminants that have to be clayed/polished away?
That's true. Since my wee little test here (M21 Synthetic Sealant VS Soft99 Fusso Coat
), I've belonged to the camp of good beading does not always mean good protection, will be glad to be proven wrong. So for me, contradicting to sifu silgt, good beading does not always indicate good protection. But hey I'm only a hobbyist, 'A man with experience is not at the mercy of a man with an opinion
'(quote from an Autopian).
I admit I like to see nice beads because it looks cool! haha
I'm not a pro on water beading but I'm guessing taller beads will be preferred. If we look at an angle parallel to the car's paint, beads will usually have a shape of a semi-circle but paint with a higher surface tension will form taller water beads where it takes the form of a 3/4 circle, as shown in the photos by vx55 and silgt.
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