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Old 11-03-2017, 05:51 PM   #1
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Fusso soft99 light on a dark car

Does it make much difference if I put Fusso soft99 for lighter coloured cars on my dark grey car? I've put a coat of the light version on my grey car.
What difference does it make, and will it hurt if I now put the fusso soft99 dark on top of this coating?

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Old 11-03-2017, 06:12 PM   #2
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Light or dark, you'd be hard pushed to ever notice the difference.
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Nope. No real difference at all. I read a while back that the only difference was that the fusso dark had a slightly higher filler content than the fusso light. I've used the fusso dark on all my cars, from black to white.

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I ordered this today. Thought I'd take a punt at £25. Will be the first time in 5 years that I've used a wax
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Sweet, thanks for responses, I had my car machine polished by a valeter and he put the light version on and just wanted to know if it really made difference. I'm going to buy the dark version next month and give the car another top up.

Can I still use a glaze such as auto finnesse ultra glaze on top of fusso soft99 or will it be stupid to?

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Brett, no probs. You'd need to apply the glaze after polishing, but before Waxing buddy.

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Brett, no probs. You'd need to apply the glaze after polishing, but before Waxing buddy.

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Now I have put a cost of fusso on, is it pointless glazing it then adding another layer of fusso? Or should I just add another coat of fusso on top.


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