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    Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    I am looking for a WOWA sealant for a buddy who just purchased a new vehicle, wants to start washing it himself, and wants an easy way to keep the paint protected. I've explained to him how WOWA sealants work and he seems to like the "ease of use" factor that they offer.

    I've used Ultima Paint Guard Plus in the past and like it, but that's the only one I've ever used, so I'd like to gather some opinions from you fine gentlemen.


    Which of these do you think is the best overall, considering ease of application, longevity, and shine/appearance?
    • Ultima Paint Guard Plus
    • Blackfire Crystal Seal
    • Wolfgang Deep Gloss Liquid Seal
    My car (and my buddy's new Audi) are black so consider that factor please.

    Thanks for your opinion, and feel free to chime in on any other brands that you've tried.

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    I can't say which is best of the three, but if ease of use is a factor, how about a spray sealant like CarPro Hydro2 instead?

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Quote Originally Posted by trekkeruss View Post
    I can't say which is best of the three, but if ease of use is a factor, how about a spray sealant like CarPro Hydro2 instead?
    How long will it last?

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Ultima Paint Guard Plus. Have seen almost two years. Washed weekly. It does stay in a garage, but a lot of time on the road. I was more impressed with this than some of the coatings I've tried.

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1953hogan View Post
    How long will it last?

    Hydro2 probably 3 months or so.

    The difference between Hydro2 and the others are, the others you wipe on, spread and walk away. DONE.

    Hydro2 is sprayed on a wet panel and immediately rinsed off. No wiping. BUT, it must be done on a cool surface out of the sun. Not everyone can hose their cars off in a shaded area.

    All of the above are good options.

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    I've only tried one and I really like it.

    Prima Hydro Max

    Prima Hydro MAX Super Spray Polymer

    On a clean car, wipe on and walk away in 10-12 minutes. Use it on paint, chrome, wheels, glass, plastic. I use it on everything except the tires.

    Manufacturer said it will last 3-5 months. No streaks, ever. It's basically goof proof and since it's so easy I'll find that I actually use it once a month.


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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Blackfire Crystal Seal

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Quote Originally Posted by glfnaz View Post
    I've only tried one and I really like it.

    Prima Hydro Max

    Prima Hydro MAX Super Spray Polymer

    On a clean car, wipe on and walk away in 10-12 minutes. Use it on paint, chrome, wheels, glass, plastic. I use it on everything except the tires.

    Manufacturer said it will last 3-5 months. No streaks, ever. It's basically goof proof and since it's so easy I'll find that I actually use it once a month.

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    Ultima's Ultima Paint Guard Plus:
    They (Premium Finish Care) "invented" this genre.

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    Re: Best overall WOWA for Longevity and Ease of Application?

    All three are amazing products, I would have to say it just comes down to personal preference.

    My preference is Blackfire CS.

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