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Old 01-05-2017, 05:56 PM   #1
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Raceglaze Hybrid Blue Paste Wax

People any information on the above would be greatly appreciated
What is the cure time roughly this time of year ?
Which application method is the easiest, foam applicator, microfibre pad, handi puck style applicator ?
How many layers is the optimum ?
How much time do you leave between layers ?
What is the expected durability of it on a car that sleeps outside 24/7 ?
Does it sit ok on top of a glaze or sealant ?
Any other information from users welcome
thanks in advance
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Old 02-05-2017, 12:03 AM   #2
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People any information on the above would be greatly appreciated
What is the cure time roughly this time of year ?8-10 Minutes
Which application method is the easiest, foam applicator, microfibre pad, handi puck style applicator ? Foam applicator
How many layers is the optimum ?2 works brilliantly for me
How much time do you leave between layers ?45 Minutes but it was pretty warm when used
What is the expected durability of it on a car that sleeps outside 24/7 ?Unknown yet but as a hybrid it should last pretty well
Does it sit ok on top of a glaze or sealant ?Ive used it over Amigo with no issues at all
Any other information from users welcomeIts really nice to use and looks and performs excellently. Sheets fast and beads well. Very good all-round wax
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Fair play to you wilco you are always reliable
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I try mate. It's an excellent wax BTW.
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I used it again today in warm weather. curing time reduced to 5 minutes or roughly two panels and then remove with no effort or more importantly smearing. Its a lovely wax.


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