I don't know that its the same stuff or not, but when I was the assistant manager of a detail shop, we used a special teflon protectant applied with a cyclone buffer. (duel counter rotating heads) The car they show in the before and after picture is a MrKIII Toyota Supra (86.5-93 model years). I had an '82 Supra with bad oxidation in the paint. After using the Teflon protectant and the cyclone buffer, the car looked like glass. Nothing stuck to the car, in fact bird droppings would pool like paint does when applied to an oily surface, then flake off. Bugs would brush off as easily as dust. That was some great stuff. If this advertised product is the same thing, then I would highly recommend it...but since I can't be sure, I'm a little leary about it. I'm sure you've all seen the info-mercials about similar car care junk.