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Old 30-06-2016, 04:57 PM   #1
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Does this actually have a wax in it?

Im planning on putting a sealant on top of it - ive been told its got carnauba in it (not sure how true that is) but will it affect sealant bonding?

Better to top with a wax?
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Old 30-06-2016, 05:33 PM   #2
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Definitely has wax in it. Only ever topped it with Topaz and that lasted well, a good 4+ months with regular QD top ups. Not sure about other sealants tho.
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I did the same as the above on a silver Ford cmax, it lasted well and the finish was great, very glossy.
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Definitely has wax in it. Only ever topped it with Topaz and that lasted well, a good 4+ months with regular QD top ups. Not sure about other sealants tho.
Interesting. I was actually thinking of putting fusso on it so I might try it and see if it's any good
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Great stuff and very under rated
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If you want a real nice finish with it apply it using a black pad on your rotary or DA
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I like Mirror image but I find its hard to remove.
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Interesting. I was actually thinking of putting fusso on it so I might try it and see if it's any good
Fusso in theory won't bond very well with a wax layer. Won't last nearly as long as it would on a sealant friendly base.
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Old 08-07-2016, 05:50 PM   #9
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If you want a real nice finish with it apply it using a black pad on your rotary or DA
Yeah, Im thinking of using it with a white LC pad first to see how it does

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Fusso in theory won't bond very well with a wax layer. Won't last nearly as long as it would on a sealant friendly base.
That was my thinking too. Ill use a wax instead, should prove to be better
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does mirror image have any micro filers
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