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    WG Deep Gloss Paint Sealant

    I've been doing some reading on applying the product but I don't see where I have to remove my glaze before applying the sealant. I have some occasional surface marring and I wanted to run over the entire vehicle with Meguiars 205 before applying the sealant.

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    Re: WG paint sealant

    You don’t need a glaze, go straight from M205 to the Wolfgang sealant. If you want to improve the bond, you can chemically strip the paint with a panel wipe like CarPro Eraser just because M205 is on the oily side. With M205 you shouldn’t need a glaze to hide defects.
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    Re: WG paint sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    I've been doing some reading on applying the product but I don't see where I have to remove my glaze before applying the sealant. I have some occasional surface marring and I wanted to run over the entire vehicle with Meguiars 205 before applying the sealant.
    Running the 205 over the entire vehicle will remove whatever product you have applied previously.

    I would say to clay, 205, then you should be ready to rock the WG.
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    Re: WG paint sealant

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    I would say to clay, 205, then you should be ready to rock the WG.
    That's the plan, with the claying having been done this morning.

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    Re: WG Deep Gloss Paint Sealant

    You will love WDGPS.....easy to use, great durability

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    Re: WG paint sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    That's the plan, with the claying having been done this morning.
    Then once you get done with the 205, you will have have effectively stripped your paint.

    I have not used 205 personally, but as Bruno mentioned above, if it is an oily polish you might benefit from a panel wipe before applying the WG.
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    Re: WG paint sealant

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    Then once you get done with the 205, you will have have effectively stripped your paint.

    I have not used 205 personally, but as Bruno mentioned above, if it is an oily polish you might benefit from a panel wipe before applying the WG.
    That's what I wanted to know - to wipe the panels before applying WG. I guess I will use my IPA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    That's what I wanted to know - to wipe the panels before applying WG. I guess I will use my IPA.
    Grab some 3D or Griot's polish in the future, and you won't have to wipe before applying the WG.
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    Re: WG paint sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    That's what I wanted to know - to wipe
    the panels before applying WG.

    I guess I will use my IPA.
    •Nope. Not necessary. At. All.

    -That’s what I call working backwards (<—MP).
    Even more so when using IPA as the panel wipe!


    •WDGPS has never required “squeaky-clean”
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    Re: WG paint sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Grab some 3D or Griot's polish in the future, and you won't have to wipe before applying the WG.
    Which GG polish?

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