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Old 05-25-2011, 03:48 PM   #11
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Re: Nanolex Paint Sealant

I think this is the same product as "nanosafeguard" do a search, they private lable. Also look at youtube. The fabric sealer on toilet paper is pretty amazing, anyone tried that with 303??
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Old 05-25-2011, 04:05 PM   #12
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Re: Nanolex Paint Sealant

Chris, there is that one and Wolfe's makes one as well. The Wolfe's is supposed to be stupid easy to apply. Ken has tried it, but the retailer cannot ship it out of country supposedly. I wouldn't mind trying it too.
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Old 05-26-2011, 11:38 AM   #13
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Most of the looks (90%+) will come from properly prepped paintwork. That means lots of polishing depending on paint and condition it is in...Just applying a coat of expensive wax won't change much...now after all that hard work is completed you do want to apply a coat of somthing that will last so your hard work will be appreciated longer...and even thought a lot of people (myself included) like to wax their cars once every 3 months or so, I want a coat of ultra durable sealant underneath that wax...this is will make sure the shine and protection will last the longest...
speaking of expensive waxes, I have a pot of SV Insignis ($375), Zymol Destiny ($647), samples of Zymol Vintage (nearly $2200 a pot), and Zymol Royale (over $8k a pot) and even after trying these ultra luxury waxes I was VERY IMPRESSED with Cquartz.


I do not understand, I thought that you cannot see the wax?
I hope that you did not pay for the Zymol.
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I do not understand, I thought that you cannot see the wax?
I hope that you did not pay for the Zymol.
I paid for Zymol samples, and received Destiny in a trade...
And yes, just applying a coat of expensive wax will NOT make your paint look like a million dollar paint job...Prep is the key, additional gloss can be acquired by jeweling the paint (fine polish+finishing pad)...
Not everybody can justify spending big bucks on detailing products...
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