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The video says... it is only for micro cuts (webbing, etc)

Basically sun heats up the clear coat and it'll fill in those cuts. Making it less noticeable. The downside is you're using your clear coat to fill your paint... lol.
 

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From the UK forum people, Page 512 in the manual (UK)

I'll check the US manual later lol.
 

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The video says... it is only for micro cuts (webbing, etc)

Basically sun heats up the clear coat and it'll fill in those cuts. Making it less noticeable. The downside is you're using your clear coat to fill your paint... lol.
Thats correct. But, just treat it as a usual normal paint so a coating or wax is no problem.

My bodyshop even wetsanded my black roof to get birdsh*t spots away.
Because of the self-healing paint it normally does not need a 2nd polish after a week.. and if you still see some wetsand or birdsh*t spots just give it a 2nd good polish.
 

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We still don't know if the NA version have it... :(
 

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To be honest its probably little more than a marketing gimmick. I know Nissan claims to use a similar application on their vehicles. Its not going to be of much use for anything other than a minor scratch.
 

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Think about how hot your car would have to be for this to be possible you figure if sun can do it what's the 165 under your hood doing it's bs sorry
 
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