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    AIO's

    Is there a decent AIO that does not leave that dry chalky residue?

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    Re: AIO's

    Not sure what you are referring to.

    What products have you used that do that?

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    Re: AIO's

    AIO sealants won't leave a chalky residue based on my experience. Klasse and Duragloss come to mind.

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    Re: AIO's

    I tried some collinte AIO as i use the wax, but it leaves dry white residue in all the cracks and wherever it spaltters

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    Re: AIO's

    Blackfire, Duragloss 105, both get good reviews.

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    Re: AIO's

    you just cant go wrond with duragloss products.

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    Re: AIO's

    3D Speed & Blackfire One Step.

    I'm assuming by "cracks" you mean the spaces in between the body panels?

    Any product that dries will leave that "white residue" behind if it is not removed.
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    Re: AIO's

    PSA:
    •Where Collinite products are concerned:
    -“Thin is in”.
    -“A little dab will do ya”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by selkov View Post
    I tried some collinte AIO as i use the wax,
    but it leaves dry white residue in all the
    cracks and wherever it spaltters
    That’s one drawback from using many
    products containing abrasives—including
    Collinite’s AIO, obviously.

    The good news is that, when it comes to
    an AIO having an innate ability for “filling”
    paint imperfections: I am now compelled
    to give the nod to Collinite AIO #325.

    Not a swirl to be found...


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    Re: AIO's

    Zaino AIO will not leave any white on trim and very very little white dust. easy on easy off at least IMO and my $0.02

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    Re: AIO's

    I am confused. is Duragloss 105 an AIO or a polish? Why do they recommend a bonding agent? And if you use the bonding agent how does that effect the cleaning process?

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