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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterDR View Post
    it should. Any of these DIY coatings last the same. But it really depends on use and how well the job is prepped. The KEY to adherence is always two things....a clean surface with all wax removed and allowed enough time to cure between coats. Many DIYers lack the patience for either. You also have to take care of the coating.

    VV was a good product. But there are so much competition out there and big improvements.

    My car, my bike and my Waverunner all currently has Hydrosilex Marine on them. The dang Waverunner has about 10 coats. The coating on the car is a year old....and it still looks great. The stuff is terrific. BUT reviews on the TW product seem even better. Anyone that pays to have this stuff applied (unless the surface is in bad shape) just has money to burn.
    I was just repeating what Pan the Organizer said. I watched a few of his vids after your recommeding his review of the TW product. I should have said hybrid vs. traditional instead of professional. The older more tedious application being traditional.



    My skis live on the dock for the season so longevity is nice in my situation. I will pick up the TW and see how long a coat lasts on my skis. I used McKees Hydro Blue Sio2 Coating last year and it didnt last the season. Still a good product and have been getting 3-4 months on cars.

    Ski looks great, hope to keep the black FX looking half that shiny!

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    Looks like you can still order VV v3 on the VV website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke Kamp View Post
    I was just repeating what Pan the Organizer said. I watched a few of his vids after your recommeding his review of the TW product. I should have said hybrid vs. traditional instead of professional. The older more tedious application being traditional.



    My skis live on the dock for the season so longevity is nice in my situation. I will pick up the TW and see how long a coat lasts on my skis. I used McKees Hydro Blue Sio2 Coating last year and it didnt last the season. Still a good product and have been getting 3-4 months on cars.

    Ski looks great, hope to keep the black FX looking half that shiny!
    Pan is a fun guy. Tons of reviews!

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