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      09-11-2020, 09:53 AM   #1
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Drives: X5 40i
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Graphene Coating

Haven't seen a posting on Graphene. This is the new generation to Ceramic that is supposed to be superior in two main ways by having a longer life (5-7 yrs) and better resistance to water spotting. I am not an expert detailer, just a DIY'r. I had done two higher mileage cars with Car Pro Cquartz. Along with paint correction, this was a great product and well worth the effort. My S60 done nearly 2 years ago looked great when i just sold it. I really liked the spray on topper (Reload) after every couple maintenance washes.

I am taking delivery of a new X5 Late September and am geared up to do a light polish and apply Ethos Graphene. One concerns i have with Graphene is the fact that they don't really have a specific maintenance topper. Ethos has a product called Defy that i hope will help with that, but it doesn't sound like it is as paired as the ceramic base and Sio2 toppers were.

Anyone use a graphene yet?