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Old 26-02-2020, 10:08 PM   #1
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So, I currently use Soft99 fusso and it's super good, total value for money but am looking at Gyeon syncro. Has anyone tried it and how are you finding results after washes???


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My customers have some issues with beading after few months.
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My customers have some issues with beading after few months.
Oh really? More than one?
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Oh really? More than one?
Yes. But I was expecting more than year...
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i self installed this - went on easy and initial impressions are good

hope it lasts more than a few months!!!!!!!!!!!!
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My customers have some issues with beading after few months.
At application and for a month or 2 was the craziest water behavior of anything I've tried. Unfortunately it didnt last...

Gyeon really needs to offer Skin component as a standalone for refreshing it on occasion.
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At application and for a month or 2 was the craziest water behavior of anything I've tried. Unfortunately it didnt last...

Gyeon really needs to offer Skin component as a standalone for refreshing it on occasion.
Well, few cars was coated 2 layers of Skin (2 layers of MOHS + 2 layers Skin). Much better durability but still not enough for 4 layer system IMO...
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any you guys got Cure over the top?
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Skin seems a phenomenal product, but it doesn't last IMO, and for some reason they don't sell it separately. I've not seen sheeting like it, but at 6 months it was completely gone on a car that lives outside, so it's up to toppers like cure to get the water behaviour back, which I'm sure will disappoint many. The base coating seems decent enough though, but its more for the protection if offers rather that water behaviour.
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Skin seems a phenomenal product, but it doesn't last IMO, and for some reason they don't sell it separately. I've not seen sheeting like it, but at 6 months it was completely gone on a car that lives outside, so it's up to toppers like cure to get the water behaviour back, which I'm sure will disappoint many. The base coating seems decent enough though, but its more for the protection if offers rather that water behaviour.


Well said. I noticed the same thing when I tested out Syncro when it first came out.
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