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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    You can either tape off your trim,
    or be VERY careful around it.

    Otherwise, and because we are all human,
    a wax remover and complementary brush
    will do the trick.
    ^^^ ...Either do this ^^^

    •or you can “dress the trim” before
    you start applying the FK1000P.


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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Thanks. What's a good wax remover that actually works

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    Thanks. What's a good wax remover that actually works
    PRE Wow will work wonders and also works on a variety of other things..

    If you need something now
    Carpenter pink eraser

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Also durability to me is what resistance spectrum of s product, how much abuse it can take from the PH scale

    Longevity is what most people are after

    For paste type products
    Finishkare FK1000
    Fusso
    Collenite double coat

    For a spray
    Polish Angel Hi Gloss
    Angelwax Corono

    Their coming coat and Cosmic are stupid easy to install and lasts long too(advertised as a coating but applies like any wax/sealant creme)

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    I have a large bottle/jug of Meguiars Synthetic Sealant #21

    Is it all that bad of a product ???? Before I spend More $$$
    on ?????

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by CamarosRus View Post
    I have a large bottle/jug of Meguiars Synthetic Sealant #21

    Is it all that bad of a product ???? Before I spend More $$$
    on ?????
    M21 is OK, I have the same big jug (64oz). There’s a lot that’s better though. It doesn’t seem very durable. Beading only lasts a few weeks and is mediocre at best. Shine and filling are nice but also disappear in a few weeks (for me). The protection may last much longer (?) but the good qualities seem to die fast.

    Honestly, if I didn’t have a lot of better products and re-applied M21 every 3-4 weeks and/or combined with D156, it would be happy enough.

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    Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Turtle Wax Seal and Shine. Donít laugh just try it. Unbelievable durability. $5.99 Walmart. Get it before price goes up because it likely will. Iíve used Wolfgang and others but this beats them all. Iím in shock. Oh and you can check out Apex Detailís YouTube review if you want to see how tough this stuff really is. Iíve stocked up and itís actually now on backorder from Amazon and Walmart.


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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    I can't speak to the durability yet (although others say 6 months easy) IGL Premier looks great, very hydrophobic, a d it incredibly easy to apply. Only downside is it's expensive. It's been on my car a little more than 2 months and I've seen no decline in hydrophobic characteristics.

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by JJH View Post
    It has been awhile since I purchased a sealant. The last one that I purchased was Blackfire Wet Diamond which I thought worked fairly well but I'm out of it now.

    I've read a lot of good things about Wolfgang's Deep Gloss Paint Sealant and am thinking about giving it a try. Does it fit my specified criteria? This will primarily be used on our daily drivers.

    Meguiars Ultimate Fast Finish also has some appeal due to the extreme ease of application (seems to be the leader in that category?).

    Open to any and all recommendations and would love to know your preferred method of application for whatever product you recommend.

    Thanks for your help.
    Polish angel master sealant going by your criteria

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    Re: Sealant product recommendation: Looking for durability, longevity, hydrophobic properties, appearance, and ease of application

    Quote Originally Posted by MichmM4 View Post
    Turtle Wax Seal and Shine. Don’t laugh just try it. Unbelievable durability. $5.99 Walmart. Get it before price goes up because it likely will. I’ve used Wolfgang and others but this beats them all. I’m in shock. Oh and you can check out Apex Detail’s YouTube review if you want to see how tough this stuff really is. I’ve stocked up and it’s actually now on backorder from Amazon and Walmart.


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    This right here.

    Adds gloss, slickness, very durable, does not stain trim, can be used on windows and trim, simple and fast to apply, and cheap.

    I'd like to see some long term testing of Ice seal n shine vs powerlock, fk1000p, 476s. Likely all similar.

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