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    HydroSilex Recharge a Game Changer? Will your Last Step Ever Be the Same?

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    We received the HydroSilex Recharge a little while ago and all I can say is it's incredible! If you are looking for a super easy and quick way to get your car protected this is what I feel is the best way to do it.

    It's hard to compare this to anything out there because it's so versatile. It's a hybrid of sorts, it's as easy to use as a detail spray but has the traits and strengths of products like Reload, Brilliant Shine, Polymer Net Shield, Cure, Wet Coat, Wash Coat, SiFinish, and many others. What's funny is where most other manufacturers have two products or even three, HydroSilex Recharge has condensed the two or three into 1 product! The HydroSilex Recharge will save you time and provide results.

    Now if you love waxing your car or pulling out your orbital polisher to lay down your favorite sealant or wax, this is not the product for you.

    Where we see this product:
    • Early adopter - diy guy - that loves everything about a coating but doesn't want the fuss of the potential risks involved of a coating.
    • diy or pro that wants to take some time off his routine maintenance
    • for pros - an easy, efficient, effective way to protect customers' cars



    What the manufacturer says:

    HydroSilex is the first ďprofessionalĒ coating that doesnít need a professional to do the install. The simplicity of the installation makes HydroSilex into the perfect coating for the DIY.

    Once applied HydroSilex cures into a durable transparent ceramic layer on top of the substrate. The new top layer adds shine and protects the substrate from getting in contact with contaminants, UV, minor scratches and other harmful chemicals.

    HYDROSILEX Recharge - As a maintanence Spray
    Ceramic coatings will not perform as promised unless they are cared for. HydroSilex is the perfect product for your already installed proffesional coating.



    Let's get all the questions out of the way, these were some of the questions th came to mind when we were testing the product out.......

    IS THIS THE SAME AS AN ACTUAL COATING?

    Recharge is engineered to be used as both a maintenance coating for traditional coated surfaces or as a stand-alone protection. It works with any coating brand to help maintain gloss, self-cleaning, UV protection and slick surface feel. As a stand-alone, it also provides those features.

    WHAT DOES HYDROSILEX RECHARGE PROTECT AGAINST?
    HydroSilex Recharge creates an extremely slick surface which serves as a repellent from environmental contaminants, while providing UV protection against fading.

    IS HYDROSILEX RECHARGE RESISTANT TO SCRATCHES?
    HydroSilex Recharge is a ceramic-based coating, it is not designed to resist scratches like a conventional glass coating.

    WHAT CAN IT BE USED ON?
    HydroSilex Recharge can be used on virtually any surface. It can be applied to bare metal, stainless steel, aluminum, glass, plastic, wood, fiberglass, stone, marble tiles, automotive paint, gel coats and more.

    HOW IS IT APPLIED?
    HydroSilex Recharge is extremely easy to use! It's as easy as spray on and wipe/rinse off. Unlike other maintenance coatings that only have one method of application. HydroSilex Recharge can be applied numerous ways. It can be applied using both wet and dry methods. Refer to our "How to Install" section for instructions on each method of application.

    CAN HYDROSILEX RECHARGE BE APPLIED USING A FOAM CANNON?
    Yes, it can be applied using the recommended mixing ratio for application with a foam cannon. Mix 1 ounce of Recharge in a typical 32oz foam cannon bottle, with water. For a heavier application, simply pour Recharge into the foam cannon bottle, then apply. Pour any unused product back into Recharge bottle when finished.

    DOES HYDROSILEX RECHARGE GIVE HYDROPHOBIC PROPERTIES AND SELF-CLEANING EFFECT?
    By design, HydroSilex Recharge gives instant hydrophobic effect upon contact. Because it is engineered to be applied wet, the surface can be exposed to water immediately. Yes, HydroSilex Recharge creates a slick surface that is extremely hydrophobic and thus creating a self-cleaning surface that requires less maintenance.

    HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?
    HydroSilex Recharge can last from 6 to 8 months, but will last indefinitely longer if used routinely as it was designed. The product is designed to be layered, so the more often it is used, the longer the durability and effect.

    DOES IT PROTECT SURFACES FROM OXIDATION AND FADING?
    Yes, HydroSilex provides protection against oxidation and fading from UV exposure.

    CAN I USE RECHARGE ON A CLEAR BRA?
    Yes, HydroSilex Recharge is great for use on Paint Protection Film as those products do not have built in protection against UV exposure. It will help keep those surfaces easy to clean by creating a slick barrier, without the common build up by waxes and sealants on the edges of the film.


    This BMW M2 was Recharged - the full front has a clear bar on it.

    Installation is as easy as it can possibly get, here is what HydroSilex wants us to use the product.

    My favorite way to apply the product is probably going to be dry, for some reason my head is telling me that it will be the best way to get the most out of the product (in the sense of durability), without diluting it like on a wet application via drying the vehicle or installing it via a foam cannon or foam gun.

    So that being said my thinking is for the 1st application go dry and for maintenance with HydroSilex use it in a foam cannon, foam gun, or as a drying agent, either way imagine that while you are drying the car you are adding that slick feel to it as well as giving your car protection 1-8 months worth!

    Dry Application
    1. Spray Hydrosilex Recharge onto clean vehicle surfaces
    2. Follow up immediately and dry with a clean microfiber towel
    3. Buff with an additional clean microfiber towel if necessary.


    *****Always use clean towels. Microfiber towels are recommended.*****

    Wet Application
    1. During the wash process, rinse the vehicle.
    2. Spray Hydrosilex Recharge onto all wet exterior surfaces
    3. Rinse treated surfaces immediately before Recharge dries on surface until water runs clear.
    4. Dry vehicle properly with a microfiber towel

    *****Always use clean towels, microfiber towels are recommended. *****

    Foam Cannon Application
    1. Once the wash final rinse process is complete, fill the foam cannon dispenser bottle with Hydrosilex Recharge
    2. Apply to Hydrosilex Recharge utilizing the foam cannon on all exterior surfaces of the vehicle. use approximatly 250 ml per vehicle.
    3. Rinse treated surfaces with water thoroughly until water runs clear.
    4. Dry vehicle properly with a clean microfiber towel

    *****Always use clean towels, microfiber towels are recommended. *****



    Water Beading is on point, HydroSilex Recharge was used over this coated BMW M3, in this case Recharge was used to boost the current coating.




    Some of the microfibers we have used with the HydroSilex Recharge with great results:

    The Rag Company Drago
    The Rag Company Pluffe
    The Rag Company Eagle Edgeless
    Uber Classic
    Uber Quick Detail
    Uber All Purpose
    Adam's Great White
    Uber Super Drying


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    Question, I see that this can be applied as a compliment to ceramic coating and as a stand alone and dry or wet and when wet spray or foam cannon. Which method of application do you find best on a car that does not have ceramic coating?
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    All Google searches on this product bring up Deatilers Domain. Would like to see some reviews from other sources. Sounds a bit too good to be true, but hope I am wrong

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    Got the product this week & applied one coat based on the directions.

    Phil, is applying two coats recommended?

    Here are some pics:



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    wow looking great!

    you can layer it if you like

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetailersDomain View Post
    wow looking great!

    you can layer it if you like
    Thanks Phil! That's after spending at least 10 hours in applying the Jescar products that I scored from your last Mystery Box ;-) Both are great products!

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmatt33 View Post
    Question, I see that this can be applied as a compliment to ceramic coating and as a stand alone and dry or wet and when wet spray or foam cannon. Which method of application do you find best on a car that does not have ceramic coating?
    no one ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmatt33 View Post
    no one ?
    best to apply on dry for your first application when you are not boosting anything.

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    I got mine a week ago, but just tried it today (damn snow and salt).

    I used the dry method, application was as simply as they said. Just do a panel at a time and donít let it dry without wiping. I got a little too confident and tried to do two panels at once and realized it had already started to dry. Freaked me out for a second, but I re-sprayed and buffed a little and all was back to good.

    Actually supposed to rain here day after tomorrow, will see how it holds up and post back, but so far I give it a thumbs up.


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    Doing my car with it tonight. Going to do dry application
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    Quote Originally Posted by tar View Post
    Doing my car with it tonight. Going to do dry application
    can't wait to hear what you think, post some shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motivated View Post
    I got mine a week ago, but just tried it today (damn snow and salt).

    I used the dry method, application was as simply as they said. Just do a panel at a time and donít let it dry without wiping. I got a little too confident and tried to do two panels at once and realized it had already started to dry. Freaked me out for a second, but I re-sprayed and buffed a little and all was back to good.

    Actually supposed to rain here day after tomorrow, will see how it holds up and post back, but so far I give it a thumbs up.


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    can't wait to hear your feedback on it.

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    been working with this product now for a few weeks. here are some examples.






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    Quote Originally Posted by DetailersDomain View Post
    can't wait to hear what you think, post some shots.
    i ended up not doing it because it was cold and i was lazy. i just washed the car with fictech ceramic bubble. ill do the recharge in a week or 2 after a minor paint correction.
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    Not a lot of reviews on this besides sponsored articles and reviews from people that sell the product. I did find this thread on it where they are following the longevity. Doesn't seem much different than Reload and I feel that Reload is more established.

    Would like to see how this turns out.

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    Any update on the longevity of this product? Have the hydrophobic effects diminished since February?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tar View Post
    i ended up not doing it because it was cold and i was lazy. i just washed the car with fictech ceramic bubble. ill do the recharge in a week or 2 after a minor paint correction.

    Hey man, what did you think of the Hydrosilex? Let me know!

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    Can you apply this over traditional waxes/sealants?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyparkPT View Post
    Hey man, what did you think of the Hydrosilex? Let me know!
    Still Havnt used it. Another forum guy has been using it for a few months says its still beading well and he said he won't be going back to sealants or even traditional coating.

    It seems like a great option for easy to use protection. He did detail spray style application so dry car, wipe on wipe off.
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    Tried out Hydrosilex for the first time yesterday. Prepped the car (washed, decontaminated, clay bar) and used Griots Machine Polish #3. Used the dry method application for the Hydrosilex. Very easy to use, just like wiping your car down with a detailer. Very good shine/sheen with a very smooth feel. I also applied it to my wheels as part of the final rinse. Was skeptical of the effectiveness of this application but I noticed the water bead up on the wheels. I just blew off the excess water with a leaf blower.
    I can see myself using this as part of my final rinse after washing. Will report later on the longevity and durability.

    But first impressions were very good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BCT View Post
    Tried out Hydrosilex for the first time yesterday. Prepped the car (washed, decontaminated, clay bar) and used Griots Machine Polish #3. Used the dry method application for the Hydrosilex. Very easy to use, just like wiping your car down with a detailer. Very good shine/sheen with a very smooth feel. I also applied it to my wheels as part of the final rinse. Was skeptical of the effectiveness of this application but I noticed the water bead up on the wheels. I just blew off the excess water with a leaf blower.
    I can see myself using this as part of my final rinse after washing. Will report later on the longevity and durability.

    But first impressions were very good!
    Did @detailersdomain suggest that you remove any previous wax or sealants before applying the recharge? I want to start using this but not sure if it can be applied on top of existing (synthetic) wax (Griot's Liquid Poly Wax over paint and PPF).
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    Is there a single wax or sealant you can name that does not bead water immediately after you apply?

    Skeptical about a product where most of the reviews are from distributors or the company itself and there are few reviews from actual people and even fewer speaking to longevity or even comparing to more established products such as reload.

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    ^that's fair, and I am interested in hearing more about this product. I will vouch that BCT is not in any way affiliated with DD (he's my Dad), and he wouldn't post if he wasn't impressed. He's been doing his own detailing and paint care for over 20 years. So, I'm eagerly awaiting his feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tar View Post
    Still Havnt used it. Another forum guy has been using it for a few months says its still beading well and he said he won't be going back to sealants or even traditional coating.

    It seems like a great option for easy to use protection. He did detail spray style application so dry car, wipe on wipe off.
    I would agree this is so easy to use it is great as a stand alone product if you like to wash and maintain your vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meticulist View Post
    Did @detailersdomain suggest that you remove any previous wax or sealants before applying the recharge? I want to start using this but not sure if it can be applied on top of existing (synthetic) wax (Griot's Liquid Poly Wax over paint and PPF).
    you can apply over what you currently have a start fresh, if you start fresh you will be able to gauge better how long it will last as a stand alone product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCT View Post
    Tried out Hydrosilex for the first time yesterday. Prepped the car (washed, decontaminated, clay bar) and used Griots Machine Polish #3. Used the dry method application for the Hydrosilex. Very easy to use, just like wiping your car down with a detailer. Very good shine/sheen with a very smooth feel. I also applied it to my wheels as part of the final rinse. Was skeptical of the effectiveness of this application but I noticed the water bead up on the wheels. I just blew off the excess water with a leaf blower.
    I can see myself using this as part of my final rinse after washing. Will report later on the longevity and durability.

    But first impressions were very good!
    thank you for sharing.

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    HydroSilex Recharge a Game Changer? Will your Last Step Ever Be the Same?

    Quote Originally Posted by DetailersDomain View Post
    I would agree this is so easy to use it is great as a stand alone product if you like to wash and maintain your vehicle.
    So I picked up some Hydrosilex as my ceramic pro is about a year old and I was hoping to give it a little boost. I cleaned my car, dried it and then applied the Hydrosilex using fresh microfiber towels. I was very impressed. The spectacular beading was back, and it had a great shine. Fast forward two days and two rainstorms later....

    Now my car is dirty again, and I have a cars and coffee meet in the morning. I wash my car, but being pressed for time I figure I will apply it wet. The car is beading great from the last application so thereís not much standing water. Well I spray the car down with the Hydrosilex, and decide like an idiot to take a quick drive rather than towel it off. I do this and pull back in the driveway. I then towel dry the car with a clean microfiber but most of the water is gone. Unfortunately thatís when I began to realize what I did.

    The hydrosilex left clear and evident streaks where the beads of water had left my vehicle. Iím thinking a light wipe might help but to no avail. Having ceramic pro, I move onto some optimum Quick detailer. No luck. I then use a all purpose cleaner on a small area and still no luck.

    Right now the car is getting a polish to hopefully remove the staining. I was surprised this happened considering it says you can apply it wet, although I probably should have wiped it off instead of taking it for a drive! Lesson learned.

    I will still use this product but only when dry. I was impressed and if this product is that hard to remove, it must be fairly durable.

    Any thoughts?

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    The directions I've read indicate that if you apply wet, you're supposed to rinse the car and then dry (or in your case, drive). So, you might have gotten away with it if you had rinsed it before you drove.
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