I have been a long time fan of Detailer's Pride / McKee's 37. After seeing few few videos online, I was really curious and anxious to try Hydro Blue. Using my wife's 2015 Toyota Corolla as a test vehicle, I first washed and clayed clayed for the first time the car. Please understand, the car is silver, which is so forgiving, I barely thought about detailing her car. She runs it through a car wash every now and then, and that's about it. Taking her sandpaper-like surface down to a smooth slippery shine via clay made a huge difference. The next step, hand washing using Mr. Pink. After tthe final rinse, it was time to give Hydro Blue a shot. Following the directions, I worked around the car, panel for panel, becoming more and more amazed by the results. After the application was finished, I took the nozzle off of the hose to flood the car with water in order to observe the sheeting effect. WOW! It was truly incredible! I ran inside to show my somewhat interested wife, and her jaw dropped as well! I was then able to dry the entire car with a single, 16X16 plush microfiber towel.
Either I went a little too heavy on the application, or I wish there was more in the bottle. I used a little over 1/2 a bottle for the car, which made it about and sealant. Only time will tell how well it will hold up, but for now, I'm riding high on the results.
Pros:Amazingly Fast Results!
Cons:If I had to be critical of anything, it would be that, although I worked in the shade, with a temperature of about 80 degrees, there were a couple of very minor streaks caused by the product drying on the windshield where I obviously did not rinse it well enough. I quick wipe with my favorite glass cleaner solved the problem, but may have taken away the protection of Hydro Blue.