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Greetings all...I was cleaning up my Grizz after putting on new plastics parts on it. I read about SC1 on here and really wondered if it smells as good as everyone says. IT DOES, my garage hasn't smelled that good in years...

Anyway, I sprayed it on and on the smooth parts of the blue fenders it put a haze on it and looks like it removed the shine...

Has this happened to others? Did I screw this up somehow?

Fill me in if you would.

Thanks,

Drew
 

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I don't know anything about this but just did a Google search for SC1. Did you use the high gloss version?
 

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Thats odd is it yamaha plastic? Never heard of that
 

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First I heard of an issue with that product....always stellar reviews for it....

I use Pledge, never had a problem with it either...and it is much cheaper than SC-1.
 

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Hmmm, I used it for the first time on the rave reviews from this forum, and it makes my old '08 like nearly new again.
 

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They are genuine Yamaha plastics as far as I can tell...this stuff does a great job at the textured areas...its just the smooth portions it seems to do this to.

It appears to be just me, thanks for the input, carry on and happy riding...

Drew
 

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I have a blue 08 also and it makes mine look like new every time I use it. You said you sprayed it on , did you buff it off like the instructions on the can says , you have to use a clean rag to buff it to a shine shortly after putting it on.
 

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Hello all! I use a product by 1st Aid called Coverall. Smells great think coconuts, and nothing sticks to it, I get 3 mud rides before I have to reapply the stuff, our club buys it in 5gallon buckets..
 

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Hello all! I use a product by 1st Aid called Coverall. Smells great think coconuts, and nothing sticks to it, I get 3 mud rides before I have to reapply the stuff, our club buys it in 5gallon buckets..
Where do they get it from?
 

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Is this it? Doesn't look like it can be used on painted surfaces.
Coverall Exterior Dressing

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Coverall Exterior Dressing
Item Code: 646

Category Vehicle Maintenance & Automotive Supplies


Description
"Solvent based protectant. Nice vanilla smell, doubles as deodorant at same time it protects vinyl, rubber and plastic. Spray on rag or cloth first. Won't run. Apply on trim molding, interiors, tires, vinyl tops, metal bumpers, wheels. Indoors: ""Wet look"" last 3 weeks. Not for use on seats. Use in car dealers showrooms. Use on dash. Not for Body Shops; contains silicone. Also available in a California compliant version."
 
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