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Old 04-12-2018, 10:10 AM   #1
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Which products to use

So my collinite 915 has just run out. Love the the look and finish but on my new black car it was a dust magnet in the summer. So any thoughts on these 2 I'm thinking of. Anglewax ti-22 and sonax xrtreme protect and shine. Regarding the sonax would appreciate it if anyone has used it have you topped it with BSD or would you just wash dry, then after a couple of months re apply with the xrtreme. Cheers.
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Old 04-12-2018, 01:39 PM   #2
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Regarding sonax I preferred polymer net shield over protect and shine. It cures quicker and even as it's quoted as slightly harder to use I find it's qualities easier to work with. It's a great product that lasts extremely well, topped with bsd occasionally it'll seemingly last forever. As I've said previously it's as close to a coating performance wise as you'll find.
It can look (imo) quite sterile though but for out and out protection they'd be a fantastic choice.

Haven't used the angel wax so couldn't comment on that.
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Cheers for that. If you used bsd would that need stripping off before another coat of polymer net shield plus do anyone know how long roughly bsd last for .
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PNS on its own will last around six months. If you're putting bsd over it you'll be pushed to notice a drop off in performance.
If you wanted to strip it back twice a year to bare paint you'll get the maximum durability from it. I wouldn't personally put pns over the top of BSD although I have used it over glazes before and it still performed brilliantly. I guess it all depends on how far you want to go to get the absolute maximum from it.
As with all LSPs bare paint prior to application will give you the best results.
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Pns is amazing, easy to apply in all temps and the beads are nuts, topped with bsd inside it's going to be a good combo, if it even needs it

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If you were looking for a wax that looked like 915 but performed even better, Bilt Hamber's Double Speed Wax fits the bill.
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If you were looking for a wax that looked like 915 but performed even better, Bilt Hamber's Double Speed Wax fits the bill.
I thought DSW was more suited for light metallic colours like silver and Finis Wax for dark colours.
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I thought DSW was more suited for light metallic colours like silver and Finis Wax for dark colours.
I wouldn't say so. Both work on all colours.

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DSW can be terrible on black cars if you don’t get the application quite right from experience.

I know it’s not on your list but consider Meguiars Ultimate Fast Finish, it looks great on my black Ford Focus and it doesn’t seem to get dusty as quickly as some!
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How about something like Car Chem's Hard Shell?

It's described as a sealer but may fit the bill?

https://car-chem.com/store/car-care-...-paint-sealant

Alternatively I'm quite a fan of Britemax Vantage. Very easy to use if a bit more expensive

https://www.shopnshine.co.uk/britema...%5Bbritemax%5D

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