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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    So consensus has spoken. Is there a difference the between the Nextzett and Sonax version?

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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by zacreth View Post
    So consensus has spoken.
    Is there a difference the between
    the Nextzett and Sonax version?
    Ingredients—Nextzett’s version:


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    Ingredients—Sonax’s version:



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    Also:

    It appears that if you purchase Nextzett’s version,
    you get 0.02 oz. more product—for ~$1.00 less—
    than if you were to purchase Sonax’s version.


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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Thanks Bob for the ingredients list but the Nextzett one is a little hard to understand in order to compare to Sonax....lol

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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Interesting thread, I may have to buy some of the gummi myself. Next order.
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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by zacreth View Post
    Thanks Bob for the ingredients list
    but the Nextzett one is a little hard
    to understand in order to compare
    to Sonax....lol
    So I take it that the price per ounce
    comparison didn’t cause at least a stir?



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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    So I take it that the price per ounce
    comparison didn’t cause at least a stir?



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    Basically $1 cheaper.... but not being able to make out the ingredients comparison so I'm assuming it the same so I save a buck. I did end up ordering some but I was just curious since a review stated that they liked the Sonax one better and I was curious to know why...

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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    I just started using Wolfgang Exterior Trim Sealant and so far it has help up to many rain storms and a trip through salty roads. I just gave the trim a wipedown with a mild APC and it still holds the shine. Nextzett sounds interesting.

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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleDavy View Post
    I just started using Wolfgang Exterior Trim Sealant and so far it has help up to many rain storms and a trip through salty roads. I just gave the trim a wipedown with a mild APC and it still holds the shine. Nextzett sounds interesting.
    WETS is one of my favorite exterior plastic trim protectant. I use Gummi for soft rubber seals.

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    Re: Exterior rubber trim protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    WETS is one of my favorite exterior plastic trim protectant. I use Gummi for soft rubber seals.
    WETS and/or McKee's. I still cannot tell one bit of difference between the two.

    Smell, texture, application, longevity, appearance......... I'd almost swear they are both the same product in different packaging.
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