Dodo Juice's liquid sealant.
It comes in a 100ml bottle, scant instructions, other than to apply to one panel at a time and buff once dried. Sound advice.
I began by washing and priming with Dodo Juice Supernatural Micro Prime. Heeding the instructions, I sealed one panel, left it to cure and buffed off the residue, repeating all around the car.
The product applies easy enough, just like any liquid sealant, but is quite transparent ... until it cures, indicating time to remove. Simply buffing does the trick, but you can often be left with shadows where the high spots were, so it's good practice to go over the initial application in straight long lines before it cures. Leave it too long and it's a bear to remove unless ... you read the instructions and mist with some water.
Application was straightforward, buffing was straightforward, but it doesn't feel like the effortless waxes from Dodo Juice. It can actually be some quite hard work ... especially in colder weather with a falling dew point and application marks becoming visible all over the car. Fresh towel and lots more buffing later ... perfect.
In summary ...
Less fun than Dodo Juice's waxes. Beading, resistance to muck will be seen.