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Old 17-05-2014, 01:07 PM   #11
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The closest product combo you'll find to that will be:

Wolf's Shine & Glaze, followed by either Hard Body or Bodyguard (2 coats of). With careful maintenance you should see at least 12-18 months.

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i saw this combo whilst researching aswell. seems to be probably the one to go for


yeh the car should only have dealer prep swirls on it so hopefully nothing major!
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Old 17-05-2014, 02:07 PM   #12
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You could look at some of the glare polishes which are supposed to have permanent fillers in them then just use a hard wearing wax on top
Only minor filling.

Light swirls. Won't over up deeper marks
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Old 17-05-2014, 09:50 PM   #13
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I was also going to say Wolf's shine and Glaze or Shine and Seal topped with a couple of coats of HB.

As you say on a new car hopefully you should only have light swirls etc which the shine and seal polish should take care of.
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Old 18-05-2014, 06:37 AM   #14
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Wolfs Shine And Seal doesn't fill....... It's not that kind of product.
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Old 18-05-2014, 09:09 AM   #15
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Modesta P-01A glass coat primer has fillers and will last up to a year as a stand alone product.

Originally designed as a primer for certain ceramic glass coatings it can instead be topped with a wax once cured. A few of my customers have done this with great results.

Can be easy applied by hand or machine, takes up to 3 hours to cure.

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You are looking for the holy grail, so it's important you keep a sense of perspective. Fillers don't cover everything, swirls and wash marring AT BEST. The closest I've ever got to it is glare micro and pro. But again, it's not just a case of whizz it on, job done. To get the best results it needs applying by a machine with finishing pads, and takes as long as standard correction. It's just you aren't removing paint. It can be used by hand, and is amazing, but it doesn't have that "freshly machined" look
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Modesta P-01A glass coat primer £149 @ that price it can kiss my a55.
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have a look at SiRamik

a new glass coating that is very good

they on noseybook search them out
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Modesta P-01A glass coat primer £149 @ that price it can kiss my a55.
Yeah, Modesta pricing for UK is very high? Can't just be VAT tax? The P-01A primer is ~£95 here in Australia, and we always pay more than you guys!

I've been testing the P-01A primer too, I get a better result using just a finishing polish to be honest. Not the wonder product that I hoped. The search continues....
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Yeah, Modesta pricing for UK is very high? Can't just be VAT tax? The P-01A primer is ~£95 here in Australia, and we always pay more than you guys!

I've been testing the P-01A primer too, I get a better result using just a finishing polish to be honest. Not the wonder product that I hoped. The search continues....
No no it won't just be VAT it'll be greed of the retailers and manufacturer

Never tried it and never will due to that cost.

What about a light tickle by machine and cquartz maintained with reload?
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