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Old 27-11-2013, 06:43 PM   #21
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Used this today if your contemplating it right now, then hit the checkout option asap
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:03 PM   #22
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Used this today if your contemplating it right now, then hit the checkout option asap
I would if I knew which to go for as my post #20..
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:19 PM   #23
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If the Xtreme is easier to use with better durability and beading, why would I consider the polymer net shield?

Is the xtreme as easy to use as AF's Tough Coat, and the durability?



Again, is the Polish & Wax 3 as easy to as AF's tough prep, which is more abrasive?
Xtreme is not more durable than the PNS, at least not from what I have read.

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''Xtreme protect and shine is the trade version of the Polymer net shield. A little less durable but easier to use then the PNS. Nano paint protect is hardest to use but is also most durable of these three products.''

I've used PNS and application is not too bad IMO. I can't comment fully on durability as I top up with BSD every couple of weeks. Beading and sheeting is amazing with this combination though.
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Old 05-12-2013, 11:15 PM   #24
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I just found the email soanx usa sent me a while ago, which says that they can not use word extreme for they product names so they renamed "polish and wax 3" into "Sonax nano tech paint cleaner", and there are loads of reviews on US detailimg forums of this product
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Todd Cooperider rates it very high as a finishing polish for soft paint
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Old 24-12-2013, 04:33 PM   #26
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my bsd and npt arrived today, just need to try them out now
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Old 09-01-2014, 05:50 PM   #27
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Old 15-01-2014, 10:48 AM   #28
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Xtreme is not more durable than the PNS, at least not from what I have read.

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''Xtreme protect and shine is the trade version of the Polymer net shield. A little less durable but easier to use then the PNS. Nano paint protect is hardest to use but is also most durable of these three products.''

I've used PNS and application is not too bad IMO. I can't comment fully on durability as I top up with BSD every couple of weeks. Beading and sheeting is amazing with this combination though.

It's the other way around, Xtreme Protect & Shine is the retail version on Polymer Net Shield.

It's definitely a bit easier to use, just mist on and spread as thinly as possible and buff off. It's possibly the most hydrophobic product we sell.

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Old 20-01-2014, 10:54 PM   #29
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hey guys! it may sound like a newbie question, but i'm about to detail my smart fortwo with sonax products that I used to use but in a wrong way. my plan is: clay bar, sonax paint cleaner 2, protect&shine, sonax liquid wax and then this brand new brillant shine qd. but I don't if I should use this paint cleaner and liquid wax on the moonroof? the fact is that I zaino'd it too, but I'm pretty afraid of polishing it with this paint cleaner. on the other hand, there are some minor scratches and maybe I could get rid of them in this way. or should I do this method only on the body and use only qd on the moonroof? thank you for the advice
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If you are using protect & Shine DONT use the liquid wax.
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