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Old 25-02-2017, 12:01 AM   #1
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Fusso soft 99 wax (dark)

Can anyone say if fusso soft99 wax is any good?
Heard good things but that it's hard to apply and that it can go wrong is that true?
If the videos on Internet are real the water activity looks insane.

Also does anyone know the durability of the product

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Old 25-02-2017, 12:10 AM   #2
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Hi Brett,

I applied some to half my bonnet 2 wks ago. Put it on probably a bit too thick tbh, left to cure for 30 mins then buffed off. Came off really easily, maybe even a little better than the Auto Finesse Essence that I put on the other half of the bonnet. So far beading has been great from both products as you'd expect with them being freshly applied. Time will tell if the durability really is as good as the hype!
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Can anyone say if fusso soft99 wax is any good?
Heard good things but that it's hard to apply and that it can go wrong is that true?
If the videos on Internet are real the water activity looks insane.

Also does anyone know the durability of the product

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I've never had issues applying and buffing off. i think the people complaining are just applying way too thick! i applied mine about 3 months ago, 2 coats and it is still going strong through the winter. cant recommend it enough! love the stuff
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