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    Red face Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    Which is more long lasting ,give more gloss etc ??
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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    Common opinion around here is that PNS is a really good sealant, good for perhaps 6 months depending on lots of factors. I wouldn't expect 845 to last as long as PNS in a tough winter but personally I would expect 845 to give off a better shine. Both products can be topped in order to help them last longer.

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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    #845 isn't the durable product from Collinite, its #476 but given the w choices its PNS all the way!

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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    PNS for winter..plus read this article posted by Mike..
    SONAX Polymer Net Shield - Closest thing to a coating without being a coating
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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    Top with BSD and it's going to be VERY hard to beat, don't forget Sonax Rim Shield tooSonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    845 is one I use for the winter, have so for years.
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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    My desire for the best-looking or "glossiest" product(s) kind of go out the window when it comes to applying winter protection.

    476s always does the job for me.
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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    im currently using PNS and I love it. I want to try cancoat next just to see how It compares. my only complaint I have about PNS is it doesn't feel slick IMO. im not sure how to make this picture bigger, this was after a rain last night. coating has been on the truck for almost 2 months now.



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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    I’m sure both will give similar durability(6 months generally) if you can maintain them even a handful of times through winter. Both are very nice LSPs and as somebody who has used 845, 476 and 915 they work well no matter the season and give a great finish.

    If time was an issue I’d go with PNS since it’ll be easier to apply, then you can maintain with Sonax BSD if you’d like a couple times during winter. This gives similar characteristics to PNS while boosting the gloss.

    On the other hand, if you wanted to take your time and enjoy the feel of waxing your vehicle, can’t go wrong with 845, just apply it nice and thin and you can maintain with just about any spray wax you’d like!
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    Re: Sonax polymer net shield vs collinite 845 for winter ??

    Quote Originally Posted by DMiglio View Post
    I’m sure both will give similar durability(6 months generally) if you can maintain them even a handful of times through winter. Both are very nice LSPs and as somebody who has used 845, 476 and 915 they work well no matter the season and give a great finish.

    If time was an issue I’d go with PNS since it’ll be easier to apply, then you can maintain with Sonax BSD if you’d like a couple times during winter. This gives similar characteristics to PNS while boosting the gloss.

    On the other hand, if you wanted to take your time and enjoy the feel of waxing your vehicle, can’t go wrong with 845, just apply it nice and thin and you can maintain with just about any spray wax you’d like!
    I would respectfully disagree with the ease of application.
    I would give the piece of cake application to 845.

    But as far as maintaining every couple weeks, BSD would be the ultimate winter topper for no matter what was on the car.
    If you had the set up to wash and apply something every few weeks, BSD by itself would cut it.

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