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Old 28-08-2017, 07:34 PM   #1
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Sonax Profiline Polymer NetShield and PROFILINE BrilliantShine Detailer

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Long time since I have been active here on the forum

I have just ordered a new Skoda Octavia vRS in Moonlight White (yeah, I know it is a "typical color", but I like it ). My last cars have been in various colors, so I have a quite nice collections of different waxes, but now I am looking for a sealant giving me that crisp and clear finish that will suit the metallic white paint.

After some reading, I have decided to try the PNS - I will also buy some QD, so my question is; will the BrilliantShine detailer react with PNS in any way? I assume not, but I am planning on buying the 5 litre can, so nice to be on the safe side

Also, if someone have any bad experiences with PNS and white paint, please inform me

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Old 29-08-2017, 01:23 PM   #2
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They are designed to work together. Excellent choice.
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Old 29-08-2017, 02:00 PM   #3
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Work brilliantly together and beading is ridiculously good from them. Pns doesn't get the love it should Imo. It's just one step down from a coating in terms of performance without the application issues.
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You have picked very well as these two are made for each other especially good on white, but make sure your paint has been fully decontaminated
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You could also consider some of this http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/pre-wa...prod_1230.html to clean your paint before applying the PNS (but after the normal decontamination steps). I know it will be a new car but that doesn't guarantee the paint will be contaminant free from the dealer!
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Old 29-08-2017, 08:06 PM   #6
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Thanks for the replies! Nice to hear, then I can order some stuff
I have planned doing wash, clay, Iron-X, MG#205 and then 3M panel "wipe down" (can´t remember the exact name).

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You could also consider some of this http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/pre-wa...prod_1230.html to clean your paint before applying the PNS (but after the normal decontamination steps). I know it will be a new car but that doesn't guarantee the paint will be contaminant free from the dealer!
Does the protection laid down by machine polish have much effect on the bond and durability of PNS?
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I've only used it on bare paint so I wouldn't really know if it would effect PNS but i would say it could but who knows.
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I would say the best molecular Bond would be on bare decontaminated paint,In my opinion products like pns don't last long sitting on top of any lsp.
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I'm going on the description on the In2Detailing page http://www.in2detailing.co.uk/sonax-...50ml-tube.html

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SONAX Xtreme Machine Polish Hybrid NPT*- 250ml Tube
Is a universally applicable special polish for use with a polishing machine.

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The SONAX Hybrid Net Protection Technology contained in the product, provides the paintwork surface with a perfect surface for applying other sonax sealants
It sounds like it does for PNS what a "normal" paint cleaner does for a wax?
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