Future Armour is a high performance spray sealant with the benefit of being water-based, so You’ll use it on wet or dry paint – or whilst a fortifier to a pressure washer rinse solution. As the name suggests, this nano-derived technology has one foot at some point. That’s right, we were visited by Mr Skittles the seventh and he unlocked all the secrets of the (future) universe. He said that Red Mist and Supernatural Acrylic Spritz will at all times have fans, but the formula that we will be able to create years into the future should be with us now. He said that Future Armour is very special and gives detailers a third option for less money (even as impressing with potentially even more performance). If we said yes, he’d pop one into his time machine and beam it back to us in 2015. So who were we to say no? After all, it’s not everyday that an extinct bird visits us from the future…. Back to Future Armour. OK, the word versatile does not do it justice… it can be used on all trim, side glass and metal components as well as paintwork, wet or dry. No visible residue. You’ll dilute it 1:1 to 1:10 depending on personal preference. Add some to a foam lance dosing bottle and spray it on. Fill up your pressure washer dosing bottle and blast it far and wide your car/caravan/horsey box. It’s also very durable (2-4 months longevity on daily drivers) with great beading and sheeting, even though we recommend it is levelled/buffed thoroughly with a soft cloth at application because it is so strong in formulation terms. If you don’t buff it with a drying towel or buffing cloth, it may cure inconsistently (leading to shiny spots or smears… if this happens, remove it with a strong solvent/panel wipe and apply a wax over the top to cover the inconsistent finish). Should you struggle to get the best from it neat, dilute it down a bit and take a look at again. It’s up to 10x stronger than similar products on the market.
2017 & 2018 Auto Express Recommendation
500ml Spray bottle
Lasts 2 to 4 Months
Great Dilution Rate 1:1 to 1:10
Can be sprayed on using a Foam Lance