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I've been looking into products that can be used on surfaces that aren't completely dry as winter has now arrived.

Was looking at Carpro HydrO2 and GTech's C2v3

Then on the Cleanyourcar site read that Carlack NSC 68 can be used on"wet" surfaces. would be handy as I already have this.....all be it a 6yr old bottle:p

ANYONE HAVE EXPERIECE WITH THIS?
 

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You can use Carlack on a humid or wet surface.
When applying it, You wash Your car before and is isn't even necessary to completely dry the car. A humid surface or waterdrops here and there are no problem.
 
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