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2-Pc Nu Finish Exterior Finishing Car Kit (Scratch Remover + Coating Spray) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Piece Nu Finish Exterior Finishing Car Kit (6.5oz Nu Finish Scratch Doctor Car Scratch Remover and 24oz Nu Finish Graphene Coating Spray, E303701800) for $13.34. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Key Features:
  • Two Simple Steps: Use this car care kit to buff out scratches, then apply the graphene coating for a hydrophobic barrier that protects and shines
  • Apply Once: Scratch remover reduces the appearance of deep scratches on the first use, while the car detailing spray with ceramic spray coating bonds to your vehicle's surface after one application
  • Lasting Results: Hydrophobic barrier remains intact after over a year of automatic car washes for lasting car shine

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Nu Finish 2-Piece Exterior Finishing Car Kit (6.5-Oz Scratch Doctor & 24-Oz Graphene Coating Spray) for $13.42. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.
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genxchick asked this question on 06-27-2022 at 12:28 PM
06-27-2022 at 12:28 PM
Graphene is supposed to be the newer "technology" of the two but I haven't seen results of either. A YouTube search might yield something (I'm at work so not a chance to look and share). YouTube imjoshv he might have done a comparison or pantheorganizer (although I believe his videos are paid by company)
06-27-2022 at 12:28 PM
dunno about nufinish, but i just did both of our cars with turtlewax hybrid ceramic. i then did the hood of one of the cars with the graphene, and that stuff is a lot harder to apply, and really tough to remove. the regular ceramic was a breeze, like wiping the car with water, then wiping it off, leaves an absolutely awesome surface. the graphene is way more resistant to wiping on, and is a mofo to wipe off. for a small area, it takes about the same amount of effort that it takes to do half the car with the ceramic. i have also seen posts on youtube about other graphene products that say the same

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I think this deal is slick.

The Nu Finish 24-Oz bottle of Graphene Coating Spray by itself retails for $22.99 at Advance Auto Parts and $23.99 at Auto Zone.

This deal is the 24-Oz Graphene Coating Spray and the 6.5-Oz Scratch Doctor for less than $13.50.
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Got one. The amazon review look great with the before & after pictures. Thumbs up and repped!
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Nu Finish Car Detailing Kit with Scratch Doctor Car Scratch Remover, The Better Than Wax Ceramic Coating and Once A Year Car Polish, 3 Piece Kit (E303700400) https://a.co/9OziwbC

Seems to be a better deal at $18.88+.
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Quote from Rossp19 :
Nu Finish Car Detailing Kit with Scratch Doctor Car Scratch Remover, The Better Than Wax Ceramic Coating and Once A Year Car Polish, 3 Piece Kit (E303700400) https://a.co/9OziwbC

Seems to be a better deal at $18.88+.
Thanks. So you can only use one of them... Car polish or Ceramic coating ? If you buy this kit
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Anyone know a good product that can remove water spots on the paint?
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Anyone know a good product that can remove water spots on the paint?
A dedicated water spot remover. I believe chemical guys makes one that despite the brand works well. Also a more aggressive car polish could do the trick.
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Got the Scratch Doctor to try and remove a deeper scratch/scrape and it did nothing. Maybe works for light ones but if you have a significant scrape it's not going to do anything. And this was on light silver paint as well which should have been easier to cover vs. dark paint.
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Which is better - the ceramic or the graphene spray?
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Which is better - the ceramic or the graphene spray?
Graphene is supposed to be the newer "technology" of the two but I haven't seen results of either. A YouTube search might yield something (I'm at work so not a chance to look and share). YouTube imjoshv he might have done a comparison or pantheorganizer (although I believe his videos are paid by company)
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Got the Scratch Doctor to try and remove a deeper scratch/scrape and it did nothing. Maybe works for light ones but if you have a significant scrape it's not going to do anything. And this was on light silver paint as well which should have been easier to cover vs. dark paint.
There's no magic with a deep scratch. Scratch and swirl removers only improve on light scratches in the clear coat.
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Never using NuFinish again. Got some on my black plastic trim and I have permanent white streaks on all of them. The spoiler in the back which is a plastic base with black factory paint is also destroyed. Changed to turtle wax ceramic spray last year and the whole car is still beading 6 months later in south Florida. Love the new turtle wax ceramic products!
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IMO, it's the graphene coating spray that makes this deal super slick. Just the spray alone costs more than the deal price for this kit. The best price I found on just the spray was $17.98 at Home Depot and it's OOS. The auto parts stores charge ~$23 and up. (Note Nu Finish also offers a ceramic coating spray at a lesser price, available at many retailers.)
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