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Old 22-07-2018, 11:53 PM   #31
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Will this stuff remove existing sealants, waxes etc? My mums car's paintwork is in good order but have just bought some Fusso and want to replace the coatings without having to do any polishing etc.
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Old 23-07-2018, 06:07 AM   #32
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Will this stuff remove existing sealants, waxes etc? My mums car's paintwork is in good order but have just bought some Fusso and want to replace the coatings without having to do any polishing etc.
Yes, this will remove waxs and LSP and is what I use it for after and after a polish before sealing.


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Old 23-07-2018, 09:14 AM   #33
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Will this stuff remove existing sealants, waxes etc? My mums car's paintwork is in good order but have just bought some Fusso and want to replace the coatings without having to do any polishing etc.
I would personally say no. Not 100% guaranteed anyway, you always need some form of light abrasive to be certain it is removed IMO. Although for older layers of protection it may work as I have been shocked to find Meguiars Wash Plus+ is capable of stripping older waxes/sealants. This shampoo contains microscopic abrasives though and is why it works.

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Old 23-07-2018, 09:59 AM   #34
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Although I don't know exactly what Fusso is (living under a rock) panel wipe should remove pretty much anything. It's main purpose is for bodyshops to remove 100% of contaminants from a panel prior to spraying so I don't think much would hold up against it.

As I say I don't know exactly what Fusso is so can't say 100%!
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I use U-Pol Slow - works very well
It even removes tar spots.

As to it removing wax and sealants, well that depends on the LSP that you have. It will leave the surface as clean as it can do; so I use it during/after polishing, and before applying coatings (windscreen or paint).

I don't think it'll remove Soft99 Fusso, that stuff is seriously rock hard. If you have Fusso on your car, and it's looking like it's failing, Panel Wipe should finish it off. If you've just put Fusso on, you'll need multiple hits to make a dent.

I haven't used Panel Wipe to remove Fusso - if I'm trying something completely new, I run around the car quickly with a DA and a very fine polish, do a panel wipe run-around, and then apply the next thing. It's like Aliens - nuke it from orbit(al polisher); only way to be sure.

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