Yup, I got some and tried it out this afternoon. First I clayed and used a light polish.
As many here know I am an huge Collinite #915 fan so this was a tuff sell for me. I have to tell you so far I am really impressed. I say so far because I am a beadaholic (thread here My name is Rick and I am a beadaholic
) and #915 is as good as it gets IMHO(so far).
I have to say Adam's is easy to apply and very easy to remove (remember I am used to 915...not so easy).
I had to laugh because when I use Collinite I put it on with my Flex (black pad) and remove it with a microfiber bonnet over a stiffer pad. This time I thought I would go with the experience of hand applying and removing. Let's just say I am thinking now that I am too old for the "experience"
but, I did it anyway. Shine is very good and the paint feels really soft/slick does that make sense? I would definitely recommend it... well, that is if you think Carnauba Paste Wax is better than rubbing your car down with wet clay and dirt
I cant wait until it rains!