Friday Night Live - Supporting our customers, supporting our industry.
FNL is a project to help enthusiasts (and professional detailers) understand what we do. We offer advice for maintenance and repair of vehicles from a detailing perspective in a very relaxed format. We're committed to a new high quality video on the last Friday of each month right here in this blog.
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We answer questions about our arrogance describing ourselves as the best detailers, our waffle weave drying towel pre-wash warnings, spray on coatings and lots more.
It's the second last Friday Night Live episode ever! Sad. Face. Emoticon.
6 years of protection and no sign of any wear whatsoever. That's pretty impressive even if we do say so ourselves. This particular example isn't the norm, the fact it's been driven rarely, just enough to exercise it, is the reason. We have seen daily drives with 5 year old coats of Full Metal Jacket that are still providing protection, but they are low km, garaged cars with impeccable maintenance regimes from the owners, 6-7 years is the limit (for the version of FMJ we had 6-7 years ago) for cars that are used daily.
We fully expect with these new real world results, to see 15 years or more from this coating. This makes Full Metal Jacket one of the best (if not THE best) coating for cars that are stored long term.
Here is the Summer Wash video Damian refers to in this month's ep of FNL;
Final Inspection isn't responsible for any damage, so we are warnings very clear and highly recommending that you pre-wash your cloths, drying towels or otherwise, when they are new, regardless of the brand as this isn't a Final Inspection issue, it's been found to occur on dozens of brands and types of cloths.
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