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Old 22-03-2016, 11:52 AM   #1
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Prima Banana Gloss Liquid Wax over JETSEAL on the Aston??

I recently went to town on the Vantage, two-stage machining it and glazing and of course then sealing it. Initially I had Collinite over it but I then swapped out for JETSEAL as I hadnt tried it before... (Very happy thus far but the car lives in the garage so hard to tell just yet)

ANYWAY - Other than the Butter Wet Wax which I love, I was thinking of trying some PRIMA BANANA GLOSS LIQUID WAX as the last step.

Naturally the machining and then glazing has taken care of 99% of any swirls or defects but I hear that PBGL can take care of any 'last rogue marks' that may have found their way in through the remaining sealing processes?

Any experience of this over Jetseal? And is it worth putting something over the Banana Gloss or will that remove any fillers?
















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Old 22-03-2016, 02:44 PM   #2
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First things first. Lovely car.

Secondly - if you have glazed the car you will not have any benefits from using a sealant as they cannot bond to a glaze. Use a wax and you should have better results.
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Old 22-03-2016, 03:03 PM   #3
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What a stunning car and their doesn't look much wrong with your finish. I personnel would always wax after a glaze and would recommend odk glamour or obsession wax and then use your jetseal for the winter protection. I know jetseal gets mixed reviews but I can't fault it.
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Old 22-03-2016, 04:06 PM   #4
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First things first. Lovely car.

Secondly - if you have glazed the car you will not have any benefits from using a sealant as they cannot bond to a glaze. Use a wax and you should have better results.
Really? Is this true? I have always used something like BLACK HOLE then sealed in with Collinite.... this time I put Jetseal over the top and it seemed to bond well....? You have me questioning this now! lol I guess that some Glazes are compatable with being used under other compatable sealants. Such as Poorboys Black Hole to Poorboys Ex Sealant... and so on. I always found Collinite bonded to Black hole glazed paint myself. But the Jetseal even better so.


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....their doesn't look much wrong with your finish....
Thanks pal it is pretty darn good but in direct sunlight there ARE just a few very minor 'one fine line' spider thread-like marks (which you may say nearly all cars will have but I am a perfectionist) ha ha

...Granted you DO have to go right up close and catch the light right to see them!

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Car looks lovely intrigued by banana gloss,have tried amigo and slick and hydro max all superior products.Might have to get some banana gloss as reviews are very promising
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Old 22-03-2016, 04:30 PM   #6
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...SO anyone... has anyone tried Banana Gloss over Jetseal at all?
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A old review on google says it can be put over sealant and waxes.
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Old 22-03-2016, 04:52 PM   #8
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First things first. Lovely car.

Secondly - if you have glazed the car you will not have any benefits from using a sealant as they cannot bond to a glaze. Use a wax and you should have better results.
That second statement isn't quite correct for this product. It's designed with the Prima range to go over Prima Amigo so it'll be fine over whatever you've got on the car.

In fact, most polymer based sealants are okay over glazes. It's only ceramic ones that get really fussy.
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That second statement isn't quite correct for this product. It's designed with the Prima range to go over Prima Amigo so it'll be fine over whatever you've got on the car.

In fact, most polymer based sealants are okay over glazes. It's only ceramic ones that get really fussy.
Ah... thats what I thought many thanks.

SO I might try to go for some of that Banana Gloss over the top of my Jetseal.... at the moment it has a layer of Butter Wet Wax which I love but has no filling properties.
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