I like the thought of the Nanochem having good wear resistance. But I look at the mix ratio on Bigbrain's site and it says 8:1 with reducer and 6% hardener. That is going to be tough to mix as I usually mix very small amounts when I clear. Plus, I think $32.00 to ship a gallon of clear and a pint of hardener is just too steep. Not that I couldn't justify it I guess, but shipping like that is why I stay off Ebay...
So I was also looking at PCL 26. From what I have read here and other sites, it seems to have good wear resistance. With a standard 4:1 mix ratio, it will be easier to use. Also read that it gets dead flat if you use a bit of reducer or acetone in the mix.
So, for the guys that use or have used it. Is it tough and easy to use? Thanks..