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Old 10-22-2012, 11:43 AM   #1
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COLLINITE 915 or 476????

Which one would be my best bet for looks and protection, as well as ease of application??
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Re: COLLINITE 915 or 476????

Colly 915 for awesome looks and great protection

Colly 476s for great looks and awesome protection
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Old 10-22-2012, 12:42 PM   #3
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Re: COLLINITE 915 or 476????

which collinite product has the best protection 476, 845, 885, 915? They probably all protect the same?
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which collinite product has the best protection 476, 845, 885, 915? They probably all protect the same?
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2. What’s the difference between the auto waxes; No. 845 Insulator Wax, No. 476s Super Double Coat and the No. 915 Marque D’ Elegance?
All 3 last step waxes serve the same function: to provide a high gloss carnauba shine and lasting protection. All 3 contain copious amounts of wax-both rare Brazilian carnauba and premium synthetic polymers. However, their degree of durability, ease of use, and warmth of shine vary. Think of it this way;

1. No.476s – most durable protection/weather defense. Most elbow grease required during application.

2. No. 915- 2nd most durable and slightly easier than the 476s to apply/remove. No. 915 lends our warmest shine to dark tones like navy and black due to its highest concentration of rare carnauba.

3. No. 845- easiest of the 3 to apply/remove with slightly less durability than the No. 915
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Re: COLLINITE 915 or 476????

476 and 915 look similar, though I wouldn't bet I could tell the two apart on the same car. 845 is certainly brighter than 476 or 915. I like 845 on white and silver.
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2. Whats the difference between the auto waxes; No. 845 Insulator Wax, No. 476s Super Double Coat and the No. 915 Marque D Elegance?
All 3 last step waxes serve the same function: to provide a high gloss carnauba shine and lasting protection. All 3 contain copious amounts of wax-both rare Brazilian carnauba and premium synthetic polymers. However, their degree of durability, ease of use, and warmth of shine vary. Think of it this way;

1. No.476s most durable protection/weather defense. Most
elbow grease required during application.

2. No. 915- 2nd most durable and slightly easier than the 476s to apply/remove. No. 915 lends our warmest shine to dark tones like navy and black due to its highest concentration of rare carnauba.

3. No. 845- easiest of the 3 to apply/remove with slightly less durability than the No. 915
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:18 AM   #7
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Re: COLLINITE 915 or 476????

I love 845 on my Blue dodge and my wifes white BMW... it glows like a light bulb.
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lol im a dummy and got carried away. I bought 915 and 476. The ONLY reason why i did this was because i saw a beading picture with 476...Nothing beads tighter than 476. I heard 845 was good but the beading was sloppy and runny compared to the pastes
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[QUOTE=Qusai;755225]lol im a dummy and got carried away. I bought 915 and 476. The ONLY reason why i did this was because i saw a beading picture with 476...Nothing beads tighter than 476. I heard 845 was good but the beading was sloppy and runny compared to the pastes[/QUOTE

I gave in to the hype and bought 845 and used it for the first time over the weekend. We got rain last night, and I'll tell ya what, the beading is pretty darn good. Beads great, looks great, and if the durability is anything like people on here rave about, you can chalk me up as another collinite fan. I took a bunch of pics of the beading, but unfortunately my phone is outta date and I can't get pics up via the mobile app otherwise I'd show ya
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lol im a dummy and got carried away. I bought 915 and 476. The ONLY reason why i did this was because i saw a beading picture with 476...Nothing beads tighter than 476. I heard 845 was good but the beading was sloppy and runny compared to the pastes
I gave into the hype and bought 845 a bit ago. Used it for the first time over the weekend, was super easy to apply. We got rain lastnight, and I'll tell ya what, it beads pretty darn good. It was great to use, looks great, and if the durability is anything like what people on here rave about, you can chalk me up as a collinite fan. I took a ton of pix of the beading, but I can't get em up via the mobile app, otherwise I'd show ya
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