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Ya'll probably have already seen this but, if not i thought it was cool found it at walmart.....interior shot of ssr on the lable
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Cool! Might have to try it.
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Cool! Might have to try it.
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I LIKE IT. IT DOESN'T LEAVE AN OILY,GREASY RESIDUE JUST NICE AND CLEAN WITH NO DUST AND IT MATCHES MY TRUCK
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I love the look of the container with the SSR on it.

I had a whole garage full of different products for different surfaces and since I switched to Top Coat F-11 I got rid of all the other stuff because Top Coat F-11 is a one product for all surfaces. Metal, paint, glass, rubber, plastic, leather, vinyl, tires, wheels, running boards, mud flaps, etc. When I am done I even clean my glasses with it. The thing I love is you don't have to switch products or rags or over spray just because you are cleaning or polishing a different surface or material. Just keep on going.

AND NO I am not working for or affiliated with them. Just good stuff. At 76 years old I am old, cheap, and lazy on cleaning. One product and one rag does it all. You can teach this old DOG new tricks.
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I love the look of the container with the SSR on it.

I had a whole garage full of different products for different surfaces and since I switched to Top Coat F-11 I got rid of all the other stuff because Top Coat F-11 is a one product for all surfaces. Metal, paint, glass, rubber, plastic, leather, vinyl, tires, wheels, running boards, mud flaps, etc. When I am done I even clean my glasses with it. The thing I love is you don't have to switch products or rags or over spray just because you are cleaning or polishing a different surface or material. Just keep on going.

AND NO I am not working for or affiliated with them. Just good stuff. At 76 years old I am old, cheap, and lazy on cleaning. One product and one rag does it all. You can teach this old DOG new tricks.
AUGGIE I HAVE THE TC F-11 ALSO, I AGREE ONE PRODUCT DOES THE WHOLE TRUCK, I LIKE IT. THEY JUST NEED TO PUT AN SSR ON THE LABEL

THEY SHOULD PAY YOU!!! LOL
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Lookin' good, Broker . . .

I'd buy it just for the label . . . if it came in Yellow.

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Not to change the subject, I see where Lucas offers a product called Super Coolant that claims a meaningful reduction in engine coolant temperature when 1 qt. is added to existing coolant. Could this help with the R's temperature issues? Has any one tried it?

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I love the look of the container with the SSR on it.

I had a whole garage full of different products for different surfaces and since I switched to Top Coat F-11 I got rid of all the other stuff because Top Coat F-11 is a one product for all surfaces. Metal, paint, glass, rubber, plastic, leather, vinyl, tires, wheels, running boards, mud flaps, etc. When I am done I even clean my glasses with it. The thing I love is you don't have to switch products or rags or over spray just because you are cleaning or polishing a different surface or material. Just keep on going.

AND NO I am not working for or affiliated with them. Just good stuff. At 76 years old I am old, cheap, and lazy on cleaning. One product and one rag does it all. You can teach this old DOG new tricks.
With so many suppliers offering these "new" sealant products it's really hard to know if any are as good as they claim.
I washed and polished my wife's 'Vetter before a short trip a couple of weeks ago with a "spray-on, wipe-off" polish and it looked good and the water bubbled up really nice for a couple of days but we had a lot of rain on our way home from the trip and it and the car looks in need of another application!

I thought that I'd try a different sealant/coating and see how it well (or not) it works. I ordered the smallest size of Ceramic Shield available. If it doesn't works as advertised, I'll try the F-11 next and after that the Torque brand.
I'll use my wife's 'Vetter an my Tri-Glide as the test vehicles and hopefully one of the three will pass the test!
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