Yeah i read through the site didn't go to amazon. Never herd of the company but sounds decent and the product would work. Never said "this" sem product wouldn't.
I'm saying its not needed and pointed out regular run of the mill would have bad effects. You are better off scuffing and rattle caning. You can pay high dollar at a shop to base/clear them, But the same process is used. Just over priced paint and shot out of a gun. Same looks after a couple runs.
No pun intended, I understand you clearly. This stuff will work on galvanized and stainless, I might look into it myself. But no reason to drag it out any further. Good luck