Thank you for your invitation to field a few questions on your forum.
First, many questions can be answered in the System X FAQ Section
. As for a few questions / comments on this thread :
Vince: I would love to get it...but I really like trying new waxes every month
System X has great solvent resistant properties, making it top-up compatible. This means waxing or sealing right over the coating won't hurt System X. In fact, I have a System X base with an Infinite Gloss topper on my Jeep and find it makes the paint look even deeper and glossier. So go ahead... wax right over it every month!
Danny Boy: ...for those who want to have some scratch resistant properties, prevent water spot etching, live in extreme climates, and who want to basically keep up the vehicle looking great almost all the time...to amp up the gloss a bit just use a high quality quick detailer on it..
Good description of our customer base Danny! As for the quick detailer, many of our customers like to use a QD from time to time. System X initially has a slick feeling almost similar to a freshly sealed car, but to keep that silky feel long term a QD is a good idea.
Wabasha Cobra: Decided to place an order. I'll post my thoughts once I get it and try it out.
Thank you for your order, if you have any questions before/during application give us a call at 860 375 0211 or shoot an email to support @element119.com
sikedsyko: If someone wants to do some correction on my car I'll gladly order this and apply it
We have a lot of people who apply System X over their paintwork before correction to add protection and stop any further damage to paint quite often. While you want to preserve your paintwork in pristine condition, paint correction involves buffing anyway.
System X is removed by compounding the same way your paint is corrected. This means if you System X your car today and in 6 months do the paint correction you will just be buffing a little longer. Just don't forget to re-seal after the correction.
Again, thanks for the invite, and feel free to throw any more questions this way!