I don't want to bring up a dead horse, but I have seen this thread in a few suspension threads. I have never used or heard of the stuff before, but it really sounds like it's just Rain-X.
1. Wash your car normally. If you thoroughly clean and prep the windshield surface before applying, this step can be skipped.
2. Dry your windshield.
3. Apply Rain-x to half of the windshield at a time. Apply Rain-X with a soft cloth (preferably microfiber cloth), and in a circular motion, firmly apply Rain-X into the windshield.
4. Buff with a different clean cloth. Move up the windshield, gradually buffing out the haze, until you get to the top of the glass.
5. Take a clean cloth and go over all the surfaces one last time, buffing in circles rubbing off the last residue.
1. Shake bottle well.
2. The room temperature while putting this on, needs to be 70 degrees or warmer, since it requires some drying of the chemicals, and they may seperate at temps lower than that.
3. Raise front of bike up, raising front tire off the ground.
4. Take off all parts surrounding fork legs for access. (fork guards, dust boots etc, no need to take apart forks or take off seals) We do recommend not putting Forslyk on while suspension is apart, you only need the lower portion coated.
5. Spray 5-6 pumps of cleaner on inner fork tubes.
6. Wipe all oil residue and dirt off fork tubes.
7. Wipe fork legs with clean dry paper towel.
8. Drop approximately 8-10 drops of Forslyk on to paper towel per fork leg and spread it all over the fork leg, with some rubbing.
9. Let dry for 5 minutes or dry with warm heat for 30 seconds. Will become milky white filmed.
10. Wipe off fork leg with dry clean paper towel.
11. Apply second coat of Forslyk, same as first coat for best results. (Do not use cleaner again)
12. Put parts on fork legs back together.
13. You are finished, and your forks are Forslyk.
14. You will need to recoat your forks once every season or as needed.
Seems like the same thing to me.