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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old Oct 12th, 18, 05:14 AM Thread Starter
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Top Coat F11 Wax

Anyone ever try the Top Coat F11 Car Wax and if so how did you like it? Did it work well? Pictures?

https://topcoat.store/pages/topcoat-...SAAEgLcSfD_BwE

Just wanted to see before I bought some of it.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old Oct 12th, 18, 10:56 AM
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Never used it, but I have heard good things about Willy's wax. I'm almost ready to wax my car for the first time.

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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

They were running ads on YouTube a couple months ago to the point I had to check it out. Never ended up buying any. Couple reviews online weren't real good. Looks like snake oil product to me. Just my opinion, they looked like they're trying way to hard to sell it.

For something really fast I like the Joe Gibbs Race Wax or Lucas Slick Mist. Adams products for all other maintenance.
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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

Had it for a while now. And it works great... A little pricey yes but does what they say it will do.
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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

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Had it for a while now. And it works great... A little pricey yes but does what they say it will do.
If it was as good as they claim, you wouldn't have had it "for a while" lol.
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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

With all the hype and ads flying around I broke down and tried it after a total paint correction on my black daily driver pick-up truck after the winter season. Did a wash, clay bar, compound, glaze, sealer, wax and the F11. My truck was flawless before the F11. Applied to the front fender to see if it made a difference between the fender and door. Yes! The color was a deeper black and it was a much slicker surface than the wax alone. The next day it rained and the water basically sheeted off. As far as taking the hose and rinsing it off without washing - lol not even close. The slaughtered bugs still stick to it too. Maybe because it is black and the sun "bakes" the dirt and bugs on, it may actually work on a white car but since black is my favorite color, I will never know....

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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

Thanks for your input!!!
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Re: Top Coat F11 Wax

Ok had to add more than above. Been using this on my 2018 Black Silverado daily driver. The review above was after the 1st coat was applied, however it seems to work much, MUCH better with multiple coats. Applied the 3rd coat and have to say the stuff is really amazing. Not only does it work on the plastic trim and glass, it works on my tonneau cover too! What really changed my mind was I washed my truck over the weekend after it already had the 2nd coat applied from a week or 2 prior. The 90% of the bugs and all of the bird dropping rinsed off with the hose. Continued washing it and applied a 3rd coat after. Rained the next 2 days which I drove the truck in. Normally it is destroyed - waterspots everywhere not to mention the tire spray from the front and rear tires on the doors and bed. To my surprise, the truck looks like it never rained at all. It is flawless! Again I will remind you it is black! If applied after a paint correction and according to directions, this stuff is actually amazing! These pics are from actually after driving it in the rain those two days.
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