Prestige,it's a Honda. I want to keep the car looking as good as I possibly can so why not make the effort. As far as going to Walmart and buying a $6 container of crap,no thanks.
Well, then, Amazon off the web. Don't look now, but every store carries the same products.... until you start going for "esoteric", "exotic" or "special" products. And if only one or two sources on the web will sell it to you, turn and run.
The MAYOBI COAT has some type of quartz blend of some type that's supposed to make it superior to some of the other sealers out there.
Or, so they tell you. Probably the stuff they mine in lower Patagonia, in pits manned only by gypsy leprechauns from Borneo, as they have a certain genetic mutation of the eye which makes them the only ones able to see it. Don't go by what a manufacturer tells you, nor shills who are getting -if only the ego trip- a payoff for helping boost the bulk wrap.
Back before they paved all the roads, and mags were still hewn from hickory, the hot tip in finishes was carnauba wax, which comes off the leaves of some tropical palm tree. Classic Car Wax and Polish, because it had such a strong polisher in it.... that it would cut down to your primer about the fifth time. Zymol was the end-all and be-all of finishes. Then they started with this idea of clay-bar treatments, then waxing, then sealing the wax. Really? It sure does make the door-dings easier to see, and it beats wasting time on a car forum.
To each his own I guess,bought a new car and if I'm willing to keep it looking that way I'll make the effort. Can't quite understand some peoples reasoning as far as not wanting to go the extra mile in keeping something looking good.
We want to help you keep it looking good, too. But it doesn't come from spending twenty times what a product's worth. It comes from using good, not great, "wax" of your choice on a paint that's as clean as you can wash it with a mild surfactant, and then keeping that coating as clean as practical until it's time to re-do- which will be three months if you're really lucky. Figure in the real world it'll only be one month.
I don't mean anything personal in my rantings, and please don't take it that way. But I've been through it, spending far too much time with all the special, fancy, expensive fakes out there. The only one I'll over-pay for anymore is 303, because in my experience it has been the best thing to use on the damned black plastic the manufacturers and stylists are using to replace all the old chromed pot-metal and paper-thin stainless trim that used to rot off the cars. At least now it's put on with 3M tape instead of punching a hole through the sheet metal and attaching with a sharp-edged, paint-removing steel clip.