Contact -enhancer, fuses - NOS 1260 High fidelity audio cables

My friend bought a  bit what seems a bit pricy, but I split the cost ,and without question this very special blend is far more powerful then I thought ,I expected a small change but just letting it play for several days a profound improvement, I took two pair of wire wire eclipse cables one treated one not , , as well as fuses 
and then removed , my brother changed them not mentioning which ones ,only 1 sets time needed for integrated amp 
a sizable increase in resolution and image depth , soundstage too was wider as well as deeper .I 
waited a couple hours in between , the fuses synergistic orange , they too were very much improved .
I am going to let them seat  in another 100 Hours at least .I still have not done the power cord, or speaker cables yet . I am very impressed. I was very much a skeptic, since I already have been using 
stabilant 22 which I thought was respectable increase in fidelity . Before making any type of opinion 
it’s well worth trying ,I was told in a week they are coming out with 1/2 size bottles for $349 which will do several audio systems, a light application goes a long way and IMO a noticeable increase in fidelity 
for minimal cost.
Definitely: have a go: you‘ll be positively surprised. Go back as high up the chain as you possibly can. There is weird benefit from doing the inside of the contacts in your power plugs as well on both ends
For those Audiogoner’s that tried 1260, did you notice any differences between power cables and signal cables?  Thanks 
I have completed applying the 1260 to most of my connections.
I must say that there is definitely a nice improvement. The darkness and quietness between notes is amazing. I can hear deeper into recordings. Backing vocals are clearer and better defined.

Listening to "Witchy Woman" by the Eagles has revealed to me some eerily deep background vocals that I have not really noticed nor felt it so strong before.

The cost originally did seem high, but compared to other upgrades it is worth it. And I still have a lot of product left!

That's the way Total Contact was. $300 for 1.5ml seems excessive, until you realize it is enough to do everything in the whole system and then coat the bus bars, breaker connections, and neutral and ground wire connections in the panel. So basically the whole system and panel. Which takes hours to do, but when done the improvement is what you said, amazing darkness between notes, incredible depth, detail and definition, yet this all comes with no edge or glare, in fact the sound becomes much more smooth and natural. 

The acid test to see if it really is a good copy of TC, does it work when applied on the outside of wires, caps, drivers, etc? Because TC, and all the related stuff, is much more than contact enhancement.