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Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by sevitz5, Apr 1, 2012.
Yeah that stuff works great. I use it on chrome, polished aluminum, and stainless.
it IS pure silicone.. and if you have any pinholes in the clearcoat it will cause the clear to lift...
beware!! it's bad gri-gri
Mother's is about the best around
I have never used it but Colinite 845 wax gets great reviews for durability.
Some users swear they are getting 6 months out of an application.
Whatever you use, use a spray wax after each wash to help your protection last longer.
Durability is also related to how well the surface is prepped. Make sure your paint is clean. I clay my paint before applying any wax or sealant.
Like others said, it's a good idea to remove any swirls or defects before you wax. Wax can enhance their appearance.
beyond clay liquid claybar ...http://www.surfcitygarage.com/shop/beyond-clay-paint-polish
this sealer/glaze from surf city waxes is F'n awesome ... http://www.surfcitygarage.com/shop/shine-on-sealer-glaze-system
then use this carnuba wax ...http://www.surfcitygarage.com/shop/barrier-reef-carnauba-liquid-wax
Just FYI A little bird told me that 90% of the waxes and polishes are made by one company in Los Angeles.
Could it be Warner Chemical or Chemical Guys???
Zymol is a much better carnuba than mother's or maguiers IMO. It will make easy work of those water spots, and even helps plastics look better. I usually follow it up with the Turtle Wax ICE paste.
Warner Chemical -
for the record, Zymol doesn't manufacture anything.
You realize that doesn't mean they have the exact same ingredients/formula right? So I'm forced to ask what's the point?
Meguiars for me..I'm always happy with the results.