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Old 14-12-2019, 09:28 PM   #21
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I love the Polish Angel products.

Quite expensive, but worth it as a 'treat' every now and again for the car.

My car is wearing Master Sealant and is topped with Rapidwaxx.
I used to use Black Wolfenite and that is amazing on a black car, smells like boot polish and is thick and gloopy, but spreads over the paintwork beautifully.

Amazing products.

Radpiwaxx and Black Wulfenite both bead superbly too - like BSD
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Old 15-12-2019, 06:30 AM   #22
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I am interested in your opinion on the PTFE wheel sealant, its on my PA order list but still deciding...
I use the SuperSport on all of my wheels, although they all have a base coating of Kamikaze Stance as well. The SuperSport definately adds a bit of that 'Polish Angel Luster' that many of their products have.

While it won't have the durability of a coating, the slickness it adds seems to help with keeping it looking luscious. Wife's Corvette has chrome wheels, 2 Hondas w painted wheels with exposed clear-coated aluminum sections...works great on them all.

Also adds a bit of deepness to polished stainless exhaust pipes too.

Works well on stainless kitchen appliances too (after polishing with PA Palladium, of course)...cuts down on fingerprints.

Neat stuff...

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Would be interested to hear how those who use it (e.g. @BudgetPlan) prefer to apply it and whether there is curing time or merit in applying a second coat for added durability and wet look.
I've always used Cosmic & High Gloss on a dry surface. Cosmic I tried as a drying aid once, worked fine but it's so easy to use, I have no issues (and I could probably streak a spritz of distilled water on black paint) on dry surface. Just a spritz or two into a 350gsm, apply like quick detailer/spraywax, quick buff with another towel.


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I love the Polish Angel products.

My car is wearing Master Sealant and is topped with Rapidwaxx.
If I wasnt such a coating junkie, this combo would be my choice...great stuff.
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Old 18-12-2019, 12:09 PM   #23
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Hi received polish angel high gloss and thought I’d try on a wheel here is the result

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Very impressed to say the least
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Old 18-12-2019, 01:23 PM   #24
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Looks good

I have PA Rapidwaxx, Black Wulfenite and White Alabaster. As above I use them as a treat before car shows etc.

One thing I would say is they need a really good shake before spraying. They are expensive but a little goes a very long way and the Rapidwaxx inparticular is extremely slick on the paintwork.
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Must try rapidwaxxis it the same as high gloss just spray on microfibre and use another to buff off
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Hi Noddy

I usually would do one spray on the panel and one on the MF, when you spread with the MF very little remains to buff. so you could just flip the towel over to lightly buff anything remaining.

I remember last summer when I had done the bonnet on the MR2, I placed the bottle at the top and it would slip from the top to the bottom in a couple of seconds the surface was so slick.

It looked particularly good on white.
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Old 18-12-2019, 07:22 PM   #27
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I spray the cloth then apply for most of the products, would add as budget plan has mentioned the palladium metal polish is really good also.
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I like to Rapidwaxx with MF applicator, prime it a bit at start and then you only need 2 squirts per panel, spreads for a long time and has nice slickness to it.
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