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Veil Stealth Coating
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 27 reviews
by Edgar on Veil Stealth Coating

It’s been good to me!!!!!

by Anonymous Person from Elk Grove, CA on Veil Stealth Coating
Works great.

Want product to last longer.

by Tam L. from Sandersville, GA on Veil Stealth Coating
Great experience

The fastest shipping ever. Since using this product along with my detector, I haven't gotten a ticket in 6 years and I was a ticket magnet before hand.

by Scott A @ South Charlestown, WV on Veil Stealth Coating
Veil Works

I still use Veil. Its saved me a few times in WV hills r everywhere we have bridges everywhere they will stand at the top of the bridge with laser it scatters off of the veil it doesn't go straight to car and back to radar so you get a 3-4 sec to slow down it works luv it

Veil's Response:

Thank you so very much for your kind words.  We are thrilled that you have had great success using Veil. Stay well and drive safely!

Robert R., President

by Clint T, Fayetteville, NC on Veil Stealth Coating

Product arrived on time and was easy to apply.

by S. Smith on Veil Stealth Coating
Thanks so much for your product

This will be about my 8 the or 9th bottle of veil started with your product from the start on my sportbikes and vehicles, I had a solid bright white Chevy HHR panel SS with LI system the front was OK punch thrus at 100 ft and some change even with BLK bra, and over pass shots to front we're 50/50, added Veil to front and painted the bra, it looked good, gave it a little satin finish and went total JTG.

Also rear of HHR is flat nice reflective surface and being white, added Veil to my tail lights tag, reflectors in bumper and anything other than the white pain, then I was JFG/JTG about 100% of the time would get maybe a 75 to 80ft PT every now and then, but it was being tested by the RDF Ga test group, using tri-pods and trying to find a weak spot so not real world shots, but our over pass and on ramp ambush style testing was more real world as they would not use tripod just part of the car thru drive window.

Awesome product, adding this to my Honda of Italy CB1000R sportbike and my Dodge ram 1500 trucks front chrome and anything other than paint on truck on front is going to be covered.

Thanks so much for your product and your constant updating of it and all your awesome reviews, your my go to for information.

Veil's Response:

Thank you so very much for your kind words and we appreciate your loyalty.  We are thrilled that you have had great success using Veil. Stay well and drive safely!

Robert R., President

by R.Swapp on Veil Stealth Coating
Won't ever use again

Put this stuff on my headlights, followed the instructions and after the first rain it did nothing but streak. After a while longer it started to diminish my light output.
Had the same results on three vehicles.
Taking this stuff off was a major P.I.A., don't ever use this stuff if you have Lamin-X film on your headlights.
I will never ever use it again, had two bottles new unused and I just pitched them in the trash.

Veil's Response:

We are sorry that your experience with Veil was not a good one.  We do not recommend attempting to apply Veil to films such as Lamin-X as the product will not adhere well and therefore will not weather as well as compared to applying it directly to the headlights.  Some people have attempted this with better results, however, but we understand that the best way to apply it to such films is by air-brushing it on and building the coating in layers.  Keep in mind, though, that films can often be comprised of a slip-agent to repel water and the reduced surface tension of the film doesn't allow Veil to set-up properly.

Robert R., President


by Joe S. on Veil Stealth Coating
Worked Flawlessly

I recently took a trip from Atlanta to St Augustine and back. The Veil G5 repeatedly worked flawlessly when hit with laser on my Indian Roadmaster. Each time I hit the brakes to drop speed, even though the laser stayed on my max 360 for up to ten seconds, as I could only imagine the officer tagging me had to be pissed they couldn't get an instant reading. On a side note, for me the foam applicator globbed the product on. I purchased a general paintbrush and it applied perfectly. The only down side is hard rain at high speed chipped away the coating, which needed to be reapplied after.

Veil's Response:

Joe, we are pleased that you had a nice save with Veil.  In terms of application, we are continually improving how the Veil coating applies and we believe Veil G6 has improved the simplicity of getting a good smooth coating for those that have experienced less than optimal appearance.  We recommend the product to be shaken well and allowed to stand for about five minutes before applying.  The key to a good coating is to not use too much product on the brushes at any one time and start from the top and work your way down, rebrushing the coating if there is any thicker lines between strokes.  You have a few minutes to smooth the coating until it gets too tacky as it dries.

In terms of the hard rain, again we are continually improving the weatherability of Veil with each subsequent generation but we must balance the ability to remove it easily with Vinegar and water and hardiness.  Veil also needs to dry thoroughly and be applied on a completely clean and dried surface to minimize this from happening which is a rare occurrence.  We hope you had better success with a subsequent application.


by Gary Turner on Veil Stealth Coating

I live in Virginia where radar detectors are illegal. I've always ran one anyway because it cheaper than running the police obstacle course around here. Passed a state trooper today going the opposite direction today and he flipped around and pulled me over. Ticketed me for using a radar detector. He said he got me with specter and left his on and allowed me to hook mine back up, it didn't make a peep. Wasted my money buying this junk. Ticket will cost me twice what the radar detector did.

Veil's Response:

Gary, we are sorry to hear that you received a ticket, however it wasn't from police laser (which Veil is designed to work against), it was from police radar and he likely tagged you with moving instant-on radar.  Police laser can only be run from a stationery position, not while the officer is driving his vehicle.

Robert R., President

by Ken on Veil Stealth Coating
Different application method

I have the some what newer NY State license plate it is a dark yellow with raised blue letters & numbers when applying the VEiL G5 directly to the plate with the foam applicator I could not make it look uniform and neat . I cleaned off the VEiL G5 with rubbing alcohol and used a 49 cent paint brush I had from another project to reapply G5 it came out fantastic started at the top of the plate to the bottom with straight strokes it has a real classy look .

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