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Old 07-06-2006, 09:15 AM   #1
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Best Wax/Sealant For Black Car

Just recently caved in and got my first ever black car. Curious to know which Wax/Sealant is best for black that will not cause swirl marks or even hide and remove them. Unfortunately dont have as much time as I used to to take care of my car since I now have a new baby. So I am looking for the easiest way to get the best results. Thanks
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Easiest and for durability I would say Poorboy's EX-P and Natty's Blue wax, Wolfgang's Sealent is great as well. But either way your going to want a good paint prep from either polishing or at least a cleaner like Klasse AIO before hand. Sealent/Wax is nothing without good paint prep.

If you want the best durability from a nuba grab some Collinite Past Wax from a boating store which will be easy in Miami.
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What do you think of Meguiars NXT Tech Wax? Heard some good stuff about it. In the past on my Yellow car I used The Wax Shop Liguid Wax, hear anything about that one?
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I use WGDG topped with Pinnicle LS. The results are sick.
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I use WGDG topped with Pinnicle LS. The results are sick.
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In the past I have always used an Orbital Buffer to apply and remove wax, polish, ect. is that ok on a black car?
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In the past I have always used an Orbital Buffer to apply and remove wax, polish, ect. is that ok on a black car?

It's ok if you know what your doing.......Polish O.B ok, Wax by hand, IMHO
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Any reason you wax by hand? Thought the best thing about the Orbital Buffer was that it better than doing it by hand and no worry about burning the paint
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Any reason you wax by hand? Thought the best thing about the Orbital Buffer was that it better than doing it by hand and no worry about burning the paint

i doubt you'll burn the paint with a P.C RANDOM ORBITAL BUFFER, That's the beauty of it, where as a reg orbiter where it has to be moving all the time and really only used by the pro's is more dangerous in in-experienced hands......... and I really doubt you'll burn the paint by hand.........although?? nothing would surprise me.........

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I only would use a Random Orbital Buffer...Would never take the chance of burning the paint with one of the high speed buffers
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