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Sealed Paint & Carnuba Waxed!

It doesn't get any cleaner and flawless than this. Used Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealer and Wolfgang Carnuba wax. Also sealed plastic headlight housing and taillight housing. Hope you enjoy

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Old 06-15-2009, 04:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It doesn't get any cleaner and flawless than this. Used Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealer and Wolfgang Carnuba wax. Also sealed plastic headlight housing and taillight housing. Hope you enjoy the blue pics.

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Looks great...though, I stay away from carnuba. Melts/yellows.
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Flawless victory. Looks great. Any clay bar or other prep work?
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Beautiful! But I also stay away from the carnuba.
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Isn't carnauba wax bad for your clear coat?
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Default Products I Used.

The carnuba wax I was refering to is actually a blended wax. Here's the link to the products I used.

Wolfgang Fzion Carnauba Polymer Estate Wax, carnauba car wax, show car wax, polymer wax, paste wax, Wolfgang German car care

Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant delivers a deep, wet, liquid shimmer unlike anything you can imagine.

I didn't use any clay bar cleaner since the car was made in 4/09 and didn't appear to have any surface contamination yet.
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Not to jack the thread, but what do you use to clean the windows? Everything I've tried looks like ****...
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Don't burn me on this, because I actually haven't done it myself, but I've heard that spraying Windex onto a towel and using it to wipe the glass works (as long as there isn't any kind of application already on it, like rain-x or similar). Frankly, I'd just polish the windows with some clean microfiber or cotton terry...
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Try Stoner's "Invisible Glass"
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Looks great! Was the Wolfgang Paint Sealer hard to remove? AutoGeek says leave it on for 45 minutes and then remove.

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Looks really good. Carnuba blends have their ups and downs, but they are used on some of the finest show cars in the world. Zymol has carnuba blends that cost thousands of dollars so there must be something to them.
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If your windows are not tinted use a quick detail spray. Cleans and seals them up real nice with no streeks. If tinted, quick detail the out side and use an ammonia free cleaner on the inside.
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All natural no added harsh chemicals

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