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Old 11-06-2018, 08:24 PM   #1
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Fusso which one?

Right folks, quick query about the Fusso products.

I'll be looking to carry out a full de-con/machine polish etc on my Frozen White MK2 FRS.
Now given that this is a weekend occasional use car I'm planning on stepping away from my usual choice of Gtechniq on a white car as I don't believe I am needing the protection level / longevity that this provides but would like to trial something that will give me more of a show car finish, whilst this is not always the easiest on a white car I am hearing good things about the Fusso range of products.
So what one?
At present I am looking at the following:

Soft 99 Wax Coat Light
Soft 99 192 Extreme Gloss Silver Hard Wax

Also has anyone used the 88 Speed Coat as a QD/Top-up for either of these? (seems hard to get though)

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Old 12-06-2018, 03:21 AM   #2
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Hullo pal,

"Soft 99 Wax Coat Light" - which do you mean?

00020 (SOFT99 White Wax) ⇓


00298 (Fusso Coat Light) ⇓
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Second one matey

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One of the guys at Soft 99 mentioned that the light version of Fusso Coat contained cleaners; the dark version didn't. Based on this, I went with the dark version as my paint was clean enough! I think the cleaners reduce longevity over the dark version.
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