Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

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Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Prism » Sat Jul 28, 2012 5:42 pm

Well i got this through yesterday and was dying to try it out, today the sun kind of came out to i took the oppertunity to apply it to the bonnet of my VW Passat. First i washed, then a full IPA wipedown. Application of the product is very easy, actually i thought it was easier than Body Wrap, left for 15 mins then buffed off. Very simple ! I remember the video Jesse did showing a panel being striked with a lighter and demontrating how tought the sealant really is. So i decided to try this on my old car (solid black Saab 9-5) and tried it on the boot, 50/50.

If you watch this video you can see the results:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RuO0ZYn ... e=youtu.be
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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by willington » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:20 pm

Now that HAS convinced me of the benefits of having a Hard Coating...I'm fed up of scratches being inflicted on my paintwork.

Thanks for producing the video and reporting on this product :D

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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by luke88 » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:24 pm

hi there prism! a quick question, whats the background music on the video pls?

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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Prism » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:27 pm

Its Anberlin - Feel Good Drag (Remix)
willington wrote:Now that HAS convinced me of the benefits of having a Hard Coating...I'm fed up of scratches being inflicted on my paintwork.

Thanks for producing the video and reporting on this product :D
It think its amazing, really it has convinced me to move over and give up on waxes, I am waiting to try all the Gtechniq gear and see how that compairs, i know there are soo many products out there from th likes of Gtechniq, Nanolex, Max Protect and more, value for money Hard Body is very cheap !
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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by willington » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:32 pm

it was striking the paintwork and leaving no marks which convinced me.

living in a rural environment, I get lots of branch scratches down my lane and stone chips from all the C%$* left on the roads by tractors.

It'll be good to have the sealant as a base coat, but still be able to apply a wax over the top of it.

The downside for me is that you won't be able to have a glaze/PWC before applying it.

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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Prism » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:35 pm

Dont get me wrong it did leave a slight mark, but nothing in comparisson to the non treated side. I then used a key and it did scratch but nowhere near as bad. It is only a resistant protection, not scratch proof (unfortunately)
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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by willington » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:37 pm

still, its far better than not having it :D

Now it's a toss up between Hard Coat and Opti-coat 2 as to which one to put on my car. :?:

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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Prism » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:40 pm

I know someone who had Opti-coat 2 and from his posts on fb i think he went for Ceramishield
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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Seandci » Sun Jul 29, 2012 9:12 am

I did my Clio the other week with Hard Body and have to say it's so easy to use, I did also use Seal & Shine first plus there Trim Coat which again has given very good results :D

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Re: Wolf Chemical's Hard Body

Post by Ash » Sun Jul 29, 2012 9:39 am

willington wrote:still, its far better than not having it :D

Now it's a toss up between Hard Coat and Opti-coat 2 as to which one to put on my car. :?:
I'm still toying with using Opti-coat 2 :-k .

I'm still thinking OC myself because it 100% compatible with ONR. Plus I like the idea of being able to polish out any marks and still leave the coating.
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