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Old 28-07-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
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SONAX Xtreme Protect & Shine Hybrid NPT vs ProfiLine Polymer Net Shield

What the difference?

I'm loving the SONAX Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer and I'm looking or the perfect partner for it.
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Xtreme protect and shine is the trade version of the Polymer net shield. A little less durable but easier to use then the PNS. Nano paint protect is hardest to use but is also most durable of these three products.

I would go for the PNS or Xtreme protect and shine and use the brilliant shine detailer as a topper.
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Old 28-07-2013, 09:28 PM   #3
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Think it must be the other way around, the protect & shine looks very retail.
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Old 28-07-2013, 09:47 PM   #4
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I thought that too but isnt the Profiline the retail? And protect and shine is Xtreme?
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Old 28-07-2013, 09:50 PM   #5
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Directions:
Wash and Dry the car thoroughly before application.
Shake can before use.
Spray directly onto the enclosed applicator sponge and spread (max 1/2 hood).
Let dry for 2 minutes, then wipe streaks with the included microfiber cloth.
Kit Contains:
- 210ml Aerosol
- Microfibre cloth
- Applicator Pad
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I just ordered net and 5ltr detailer.

I choose net cause of raving reviews and water behaviour
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Old 30-07-2013, 10:54 AM   #7
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

Xtreme Protect & Shine is the retail version of Polymer Net shield as Kier rightly pointed out. It's a brand new product from SONAX and is designed to be used as the sealant base.

It's very similar to Polymer Net Shield, but is easier to work with as you can literally leave it on a black car in baking full sun and it will still buff off. There is a noticeable difference between the two and is the one I've been using myself pretty much.

It really is very easy to use, great durability, works on plastics and glass and crazy crazy beading.
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

Xtreme Protect & Shine is the retail version of Polymer Net shield as Kier rightly pointed out. It's a brand new product from SONAX and is designed to be used as the sealant base.

It's very similar to Polymer Net Shield, but is easier to work with as you can literally leave it on a black car in baking full sun and it will still buff off. There is a noticeable difference between the two and is the one I've been using myself pretty much.

It really is very easy to use, great durability, works on plastics and glass and crazy crazy beading.

Looking forward to trying them today
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is it worth by buying the paint prepare (car got machined 3 months ago and is only wearing the sonax qd)? also with extreme protect and shine what would be ideal shampoo wise? ive ran out of my usual shampoo and been using a bottle of citrus wash n gloss i had from year ago? worth buying there shampoo or just a ph neutral one like dodo born to be mild?
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Their shampoos are really good, as good as any I've tried and are all totally PH neutral and extremely wax safe. Not as concentrated as stuff like the BTBM so you need to use a little more in the bucket but then they are a litre bottle so represent good value overall. The Red Summer one smells divine also.

The paint prepare is great if you are wanting to ensure the paint is squeaky clean before application. You don't need need to use it but it will allow a better bond, I tend to use it more for removing polishing oils and before the Nano sealants.

Sonax do a few pre-wax cleaners, we literally just have received their stepped pre-wax products. Xtreme Polish and Wax 3 which has very mild abrasives or Polish & Wax 2 which is even finer and more of a non abrasive AIO.

Also if you have a DA the 'Xtreme Machine Polish Hybrid NPT' makes a cracking base and crazy beading on it's own. I actually even did a windscreen with it and it was incredible, cleaned it up and made it very hydrophobic.

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