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    Re: Simple Duragloss question

    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post
    Yeah it supposedly is but I use it as a base layer as minor correcting/cleansing polish. Use that or the DG101 which is also a great base layer.
    You actually get correction from 105 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harpolith View Post
    You actually get correction from 105 ?
    I have a car with paint in great shape so I use it as base layer for its minor correcting/cleansing abilities it claims. I use it along with DG601 and makes for a great base coat. I also use their 101 which is a cleanse/polish/AIO as a base layer.

    DG 105 has the same versatility as Klasse or any other AIO for a great base layer if your paint is already in good condition. Mine is.

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    Re: Simple Duragloss question

    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post
    Yeah it supposedly is but I use it as a base layer as minor correcting/cleansing polish. Use that or the DG101 which is also a great base layer.
    If it's a sealant, why top it with a sealant? I can see topping it with a wax.

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    Re: Simple Duragloss question

    In my experience.... topping 105 with pure-sealant 111 (after the 105 cures) adds another dimension of "shine" and durability. But so does topping 105 with Fast Clean and Shine detail spray or Aquawax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    If it's a sealant, why top it with a sealant? I can see topping it with a wax.
    105 is more of a AIO than a 100% pure sealant like Powerlock or M21.

    It does have minor correcting and cleansing abilities with fine abrasives thus making it a AIO than a pure paint sealant.

    I know this place is crawling with opinionated 'know it alls' but if only they bothered to read the manufacturers specs on the product rather than giving out their own unfounded opinions, you would find out what the product actually does,

    Like the person above mentioned, 105 works great in tandem with the 111 which is actually a pure sealant.

    Same as using Klasse AIO (which is a sealant in itself for the most part) and topping with Klasse high gloss sealant glaze.

    Works well for my needs and many others. Try it..... before you knock it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post
    Works well for my needs and many others. Try it..... before you knock it.
    Did you see the question mark?? Been using 105/111 and Klasse Twins before you even knew what it was.

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    Did you see the question mark?? Been using 105/111 and Klasse Twins before you even knew what it was.
    Thanks for proving my point.

    So you've been using 105/111 and the Klasse Twins without knowing what they do?

    And to answer your question...I'll let you decide that for yourself

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    If it's a sealant, why top it with a sealant? I can see topping it with a wax.


    What buffer do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post
    Thanks for proving my point.

    So you've been using 105/111 and the Klasse Twins without knowing what they do?

    And to answer your question...I'll let you decide that for yourself





    What buffer do you have?
    Why?

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    Re: Simple Duragloss question

    I think 105 has chemical cleaners, which are a great thing, but in terms of removing swirls, I think it is a function of the pad. A great product, for sure, but I do not believe 105 has much / any abrasive polishing in it. The word 'polish' is just a name they use. I think 501 has some abrasives in it and a bunch of chemical cleaners. That's just my experience.
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