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Old 09-08-2018, 01:03 PM   #1
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Removing DSW

So next month I will be doing my winter application of DSW. But i will want to strip what is remaining of my last lot.

I will be Snow foaming, washing, Decon, Light clay followed by cleanser fluid then cleanser polish before i Hit up a new layer of DSW.. Will the Fluid followed by the polish be enough to ensure whats left of the previous application (6 months old) is gone?
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Old 09-08-2018, 02:17 PM   #2
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If you’re claying it, then thought this should remove what’s left of it along with wipe and polish if you’re going to.
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So next month I will be doing my winter application of DSW. But i will want to strip what is remaining of my last lot.

I will be Snow foaming, washing, Decon, Light clay followed by cleanser fluid then cleanser polish before i Hit up a new layer of DSW.. Will the Fluid followed by the polish be enough to ensure whats left of the previous application (6 months old) is gone?
It is possible but I'd rather use something with a little abrasion that I know 100% removes old waxes. Megs wash plus+

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Old 10-08-2018, 05:24 AM   #4
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The cleanser fluid will remove it - don't use abrasives for removing wax.
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Old 10-08-2018, 08:55 AM   #5
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But I will want to strip what is remaining of my last lot.
Why?

If there is still some DSW on the car then it is obviously stuck firm doing its job. As you are putting on more DSW why can't you just put that on top of what is already there?
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Old 10-08-2018, 09:05 AM   #6
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Why?

If there is still some DSW on the car then it is obviously stuck firm doing its job. As you are putting on more DSW why can't you just put that on top of what is already there?
I don't machine polish so want to cleanser polish to fill in some very minor (almost swirl) type straight marks. So to get the best effect DSW has to come off.
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You can garuntee that what you listed will fully remove DSW and leave the best prep for DSW to adhere to.
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Cleanser fluid with remove the old wax - ive actually removed DSW previously with it.

Dont use your favourite/most expensive microfibre towels to remove it though.
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