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If applying underwax it will last longer as it will be there once the wax has degraded (if you let it that is), however you loose the qualities of the C2. For best results (if you have to/want to wax, is apply C2 on top of the wax to get the best of C2 and it's properties namely beading, gloss and sleek feel, though it won't last as long as being directly on the paint though occassional top ups aren't any real hardship as it's so easy to use.
 

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Instructions for C2 suggest it should be put on a clean (wax/polish free) surface. It can be layered or you could put it on top of C1 but then folks will suggest using EXO...

Guess you can do what you like on top of it - it could always be layered anyway
 

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You probably wouldnt want to wax AND seal the paint. One or the other..

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If you put wax on under the C2, then it won't adhere very well so you'll lose longevity, but you will get the surface properties of C2 (Self clean)

If you put wax on over the C2, you have the surface properties of the wax and not the C2. This is still the preferred combo, but stiil ask the question why bother...
 
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