First wash since application - this tells me a lot about the product and how I might expect it to last from here on in.
Since application a couple of weeks ago, the car has done something to the tune or 1,200 miles mostly at speed and through some mucky areas - muddy lanes and over freshly dropped road gravel, which left the bottom half looking like I'd just done the Paris-Dakar
Well, don't believe the hype ...
It's a good job I didn't jump into the car and go splashing through honey puddles because you do in fact need a little more than a simple spray with water to clean up the wheels afterwards; well, after a couple of weeks, anyway.
Here's a wheel sprayed down with water ...http://www.pjgh.co.uk/gallery_albums/ar ... CF8669.jpg
Maybe with a pressure-washer, we'd see different, maybe not.
What I will say is that with a little spritz of a citrus cleaner (Serious Performance Ultra Citrus Cleaner, if you were interested, at 1:50), the wheels cleaned up with staggering ease. Literally, just wipe around and spray off.
So, the product does do something. Whether that is more than a dedicated wheel wax or a high temperature resistant wax like Finish Kare 1000P or Swissvax Autobahn is debatable. At this stage I'm inclined to say that something like Finish Kare 1000P or Swissvax Autobahn is likely to see this product off. I don't expect it to last much longer.
For ease of application, just spray on and walk away, it can't be faulted. For looks, folks like us do want a bit more. For longevity ... not so good. Price per application, probably quite high compared to a wax as you might only go round four wheels three times with per can.
Buy again? I doubt it.
Recommend it? To some people, yes, to detailers ... no.