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Old 04-06-2009, 02:18 PM   #1
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Colly 476 over Werkstat Acrylic?

Hi all,

I have the Werkstat Acrylic kit, which I'm thinking about using on my wheels, and I also have some colly 476 and a sample of FK100

Starting with the prime, i was thinking about 2-3 coats of the trigger, then i wanted to top up with the wax. Is this even needed? As I dont want to be adding trigger every wash to the wheels, so im thinking a wax should last longer?

Can I use the Werkstat system and then top it over with the Colly? would this work or would it strip any layer of the Trigger?

Same goes for the FK, will this strip any protection? I want to do a comparison with the colly and the FK to see if I should buy some FK.

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Old 04-06-2009, 06:49 PM   #2
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FK1000p or collinite on their own are more than enough for wheels
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the werkstat will last fine by itself
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