Shine Armor Fortify Quick Coa
Shine Armor Fortify Quick Coa-Waterless Car Wash & Wax
Shine Armor Fortify Quick Coa is a great product. To start: I did not receive this product free, nor was I compensated in any way. It’s a shame this has to be said.
In full transparency, I used this on an 8-month-old 2018 Mazda CX-5 with a premium factory paint (Soul Red Crystal). The paint is a pretty impeccable condition, so if you’re using this on an older car, you may have more noticeable results (whether good or disappointing, depending on your paint quality.).
Overall, I think this is an above-average quick detailer spray, albeit a slightly pricy one. I do think the shine quality is a notch above something like Griot’s, but just barely.
The product applied easily and wiped off easily with absolutely no hazing or streaking. Bonus points that you can use this to treat your wheel, windows, and trim as well. Added a slightly deeper depth to the paint, but no more than a full clay bar and coat of quality wax would do (though this is less work).
As I spent a few hours washing the car and about twenty minutes applying this, you’ll have to wait for an update as to how well this “ceramic” spray beads up water as I’m not undoing my work! That may change it to a 4/5 star review if it sheets off well.
I don’t know that I’d spend $20 again on this. The results are decent but not as awe-inspiring as viral marketing may lead you to believe. Take that at face value, as my car’s paint is nearly brand new and we’ll maintain, so your mileage may vary. Nothing is a replacement for a day’s worth of clay barring and waxing.
UPDATE: after applying two coats of this a few weeks ago, we had a late-season snowstorm Saturday, followed by constant rain. I added additional photos today to show how much this product beads water. I was floored. I have never waxed this car since I leased it last August- it never beaded up this well. I’ve adjusted to five/five stars. I recommend without hesitation.Promised Review by mno 86