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Old 05-05-2018, 12:54 PM   #11
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Sonax emtreme wheel coat comes in can spray on wipe over job done good for 5/6 months cheap as chips was £12 a tin should give you 3 applications a tin.


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Old 05-05-2018, 03:43 PM   #12
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I've ordered some of this. How do I apply it? Wash wheels, spray the sealant on, let it sit and rinse off? Or should I spray it on, rub it on with a clorh and then rinse?
spray it on clean dry rims then leave a few mins and buff, then 1h later do the same again i use it too
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spray it on clean dry rims then leave a few mins and buff, then 1h later do the same again i use it too
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Old 05-05-2018, 05:33 PM   #14
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Another vote here for RaceGlaze Nano....it's amazing stuff, I wish I'd used it years ago
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I would say you go for wowo's crystal sealant which is every bit as easy to use on alloys as the race glaze, if not more so due to no curing time. Spray on liberally then buff off. More durable also with 1 single coat good for at least 8 months and that's tested and proven on my daily.

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I've ordered some of this. How do I apply it? Wash wheels, spray the sealant on, let it sit and rinse off? Or should I spray it on, rub it on with a clorh and then rinse?

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spray it on clean dry rims then leave a few mins and buff, then 1h later do the same again i use it too

As above. Really easy to use and very effective.
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I had C5 on my diamond cut speedlines on my Honda CR-Z.
Had it on for a couple of years and ran the car through two winters with zero issues.

Dirt or brake dust just didn't stick at all - I was well impressed.
So much so I've bought a bottle for the Clio 200 wheels I;ve just had powder coated gloss black.

Interested to hear how you get on with the Raceglaze though
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