They are very chemical resistance.I recently bought my first bottle of S&S but sadly it was leftover first gen stuff. Good stuff by the way but I will be looking for the latest iteration. I put some on my daughter’s Civic in my signature which held up to some Penn State football fan vomit.
Yup! Especially since she didn't notice the mess on her car till the next day(about 18-20 hrs later). My daughter didn't go to the game, she stayed home at her condo(State College) not far from Beaver Stadium but near all of the bar/restaurants and someone heaved on her rear 1/4 panel & tire. She ran the car through the local carwash(basic wash) and she said that there was no staining on the paint.They are very chemical resistance.
Yeah, $9 is all I paid for the S&S and the new stuff is a bit more but, I can apply discounts to it online.Why would you use that instead of their latest and more advanced product?
You would want to use seal and shine over flex wax simply due to price. When they start pricing a retail spray wax for close to $30 they can keep it.
The original formula S&S was $9 it truly was the best bank for the buck.
Why would you use that instead of their latest and more advanced product?