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Old 03-09-2017, 05:28 PM   #1
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Spray and rinse paint sealants

Now these have been out a while, can those using them suggest real world durability please and is there a market leader or are they all much of a muchness.

I'm thinking ahead for winter use now that autumn's arrived


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Old 03-09-2017, 07:06 PM   #2
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Spray and rinse paint sealants

Use the correct base and you will get a couple of months when washing the correct shampoo.

As always, waaaay to many variables to give a accurate duration.

But if you have to re apply every month who cares? It takes like 5-10 minutes to do a large car.

I'm an avid user of the Carpro system but as I have Reload under Hydro2 and reapply frequently I've never seen it fade.

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Tried a few but Wetcoat and Bead Juice are my favourites and you'll get a good few months out of either of them
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Not really a fan of this type of product but used a few didn't like bead juice, EZ project x is ok, got the auto allure to try and had good results with Gyeon. Prefer to use something as a drying aid autoglanz smooth velvet.
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Old 04-09-2017, 09:10 PM   #5
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Agreed, you've got to dry it so might as well use something to provide lubrication during that process. BSD or Car Plan No1 SuperGloss. Both around 8 quid a bottle and only requires 2 or 3 squirts per panel.
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