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Greenway's Long Count Sealant


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  • The most durable sealant we offer; protect your vehicle against the harshest elements

  • Helps enhance and protect numerous surfaces

  • Works well by hand or machine application

  • Use on glass, clear optical plastics, polished metals, carbon fiber, clear coated surfaces, and conventional surfaces.

  • Lasts up to 12 months with just one application

  • Extremely easy to apply and remove

  • Lasts longer than a wax



Long Count is our newest and longest-lasting paint sealant available. Long Count is fortified with the richest polymers, ensuring that you will achieve the most durable, high gloss finish on clear-coated surfaces and conventional surfaces. Long Count contains PTFE, which will protect the surfaces from fading, oxidation, acid rain, and environmental elements.

PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) has an extremely high melting point and is resistant to harsh chemicals and extreme environmental factors. If your vehicle is exposed to extreme temperatures, environmental conditions, tunnel washers, or other extreme conditions, Greenway’s Long Count can withstand the harshest environments.

Greenway’s Long Count can last up to one year depending on vehicle exposure and is the perfect option for those looking to wax their vehicle less often. Long Count is also the ideal sealant to upsell to your customer if you are in the auto detailing industry. Many consumers will only get their vehicle detailed once a year, and Long Count is the perfect sealant for longevity between their yearly details.

Long Count creates a nearly indestructible barrier that shields against water spots, UV sunlight, contamination, road grime, fading, discoloration, glass, clear optical plastics, polished metals, and carbon fiber.

Long Count spreads exceptionally easily, and you can use this by hand or dual action polisher. Long Count creates the ultimate hydrophobic protective layer that protects numerous exterior vehicle surfaces. Long Count does not create difficult paint sealant streaks like many other sealants on the market. Long Count spreads like butter and comes off extremely easily.

Long Count does not contain any cleaners, fillers, or abrasives. If you are looking for the ultimate paint protection product, we urge you to try Long Count and be amazed by the high gloss, slick surface, and maximum paint protection it will provide for up to 12 months!


How to Use:

Long Count is perfect to use on a vehicle where paint correction has already been achieved or the car is free of minor and major defects. While Long Count will provide some “filling/masking” properties, Long Count is a non-abrasive product. Long Count is typically your final step in regards to having long-term paint protection. If your vehicle has oxidation, swirl marks, scratches, and other paint defects, you would have to use a pure polish, one-step product, or another product to remove light to moderate imperfections before applying Long Count. We recommend the above steps for the best results, but these additional steps are purely optional. It all depends on what level of paint correction before protection that you are trying to achieve.

Even if you are not proceeding with the paint correction phase, proper surface preparation is the key. If necessary, prepare the vehicle using a clay bar treatment, tar removal, and bug removal. Embedded contamination on the surface will not allow the product to bond to surfaces. Application and removal of Long Count Sealant become complicated without proper preparation. 

It is advisable to always work in small sections approximately 2 feet x 2 feet. Apply in a back-and-forth motion with a microfiber applicator, allow the product to haze, and then remove with a soft microfiber towel. Always use a quality microfiber towel to avoid inducing any marring on the paint! Long Count can also be applied to the entire vehicle and then removed, but if extreme heat or humidity conditions are present, the application’s smaller sections are advisable.


Car Detailing Tech Tip:

  • Use Long Count in replacement of a wax.

  • Long Count can be applied first, and then you can use wax on top of Long Count. Applying wax on top of Long Count will provide even greater depth and paint protection to the paint surface.

  • Long Count is a great upsell if you are operating a professional auto detailing business. Long Count will provide better paint protection for areas where winter weather conditions are present and for that customer who utilizes touchless car washes. Long Count is more detergent-resistant than wax.

  • If you are applying Long Count with a slow speed buffer, many of the newer vehicles contain multiple curves; the foam buffing pad might contact unpainted plastic components.  This contact can cause staining and color loss of the unpainted plastic.  You can treat the exterior trim with our Finishing Touch Detail Spray.

  • The detail spray will apply a light silicone coating over the plastic, which will help prevent any staining. Any residue from any exterior used product will wipe off with ease and help prevent staining the plastic. While hand application is precise, it also takes longer than a slow-speed machine technique.

  • Always use a soft, non-abrasive finishing pad and run your machine at a very low speed. Long Count is not designed to be applied by a buffer at high speed. Running a buffer at high speed will cause unsatisfactory results regarding the smooth application, ease of removal, and product longevity.

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