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Old 03-01-2018, 01:04 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by ENEP View Post
I've done a few cars with Master sealant.
Easy to work with, much like a wax. Just spread thinly by hand or machine, let cure and wipe of.
Master Sealant gives a nice glossy finish, beads and sheets okay but nothing crazy. I could still see the effect of it 9 months after application on my car used for commuting 150 km / day.

Really easy to work with comparing to ceramic sealants which do demand a bit more work and precision. Check some videos on youtube regarding ceramic application. If you feel you're up for it then do ceramic instead.
Does sound good, I like to play around with products so might be a good idea as ceramics last longer and would be less likely to need re done as much.
Did you top master sealant with anything from PA?

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