This is how the fluids that I drained looked after 50,000 miles of service on both.
On left (3/4 full) is front differential fluid.
On right is (full) is the transfer case fluid.
Yesterday, I had some time and decided to try a new sealant that I bought. It is made in Britain and has awesome reviews. It has very limited stock in the US and often sells out fast when the company has it in stock. I ordered it to apply it to my car.
First, washed my car and applied my Total Finish Protection (TFP) polymer sealant. Hard job to apply on the whole car and buff it out. But I had to do it to prep the paint better.
I let car sit for like 20 minutes and then went to work with the TAC System's Moonlight coating. Amazing product, but I messed up on application and now some parts of my car look a bit smeared. But overall car has a deeper glossy shine to it. Looks rich. It truly looks nice. Mirror like.
The product is strange. The product is petroleum base and actuary smells like gas. Like the gas we actually put in our cars. Smells like it, feels like it and works like it. Somehow like gas mixed with oil to get a good consistency. I swear, I do not know how these people made this product to be friendly on painted surfaces. You can say it is like lotion for the car like we have lotion for our bodies. It is made in Britain. And not easily available here in the US. I put it on my yellow application pad and it soaks it. It is truly like gas and then I used that to spread it on my car.
The bottle has 250ml in it. Which is what? 8.5 oz or say 1/4 quart. The amount of product you get is small compared to the price you pay for it. $54.99 shipped. But some people claim it can do atleast 12 normal sedans like a Toyota Camry. Based on how I used it and what I think, I can use this bottle and do a car as big as my car like 7 to 10 times. This first time that I used it, I used too much and I messed up by letting it sit for too long before I buffed it out. But I will fix it.
I did my whole suv and I think I put or say used too much, but the outcome looks great, though I could have had a better result if I had followed instructions to the T! They claim this product will last for 9 months. But I doubt. I plan to redo the work again and make it better. But right now it still looks great.
I am just putting this out there if anybody is interested in trying something like this.
If you do it, I recommend you first polish your car with whatever polish of your choice before applying this sealant. The sealant definitely makes my car have a deeper glossy shine. It truly looks good. My suv is in my garage curing. The cure time is like 4 hours, but some recommend let your car sit for 12 to 24 hours before using it or letting any water touch the surface so the thing should bond well with your paint. Well, my car will sit in that garage and cure for atleast 3 days, since I have no use for the car now busy with work and I use my Maxima for work.
This is a good video of it on youtube...