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Old 29-09-2018, 07:02 PM   #11
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Lime Prime and Lime Prime Lite are full of oils they are great for Carnuba waxes. I would have thought the panel wipe would have removed the oils from LPL. Unless you didn't use it on the LPL side.

Fusso likes a clean base. I've used Fusso on the wifes car over the top of Britemax Black Max with no problems so far, applied it 4 months ago. It was still beading well this morning when I came home after night shift.
This is correct.

The procedure would of been correct with an abrasive polish like Angelwax Perfect Polish. With LP or LPL you want to take advantage of the oils it leaves behind.
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Old 29-09-2018, 07:03 PM   #12
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You’ve got me second guessing myself now

I’m gonna redo that half.. ie Lime Prime Lite , panel wipe, Fusso and see how it compares. any suggestions on removing the Fusso. It’s not beading at all so shouldn’t be too hard to remove.

Just goes to show in this instance at least the importance of the panel wipe process.
I would use a high concentration of something like Bilt Hamber Auto Foam, should strip everything off if left to dwell.
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I would use a high concentration of something like Bilt Hamber Auto Foam, should strip everything off if left to dwell.
I don't think that would work as it's not in it's design to remove wax or sealants.I know it is PH13 but it doesn't dwell that long on the car. Probably just a waste of product.
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