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    Re: How to use Wolfgang UBER AIO

    I didn't state that I did the whole vehicle before removing. I did sections and it was still difficult to remove and would not pass the slick test as it was still a bit sticky on the surface after buffing. A coat of Fuzion the next day after the Uber really finished it nicely and provided the slick surface I expect.

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    Re: How to use Wolfgang UBER AIO

    I treat this stuff like a polish and wipe it down immediately after working on a section. I never leave it to dry even for a little bit because it feels like removing dried up polish if I do. It works awesome though when you use it like a polish. Not hot weather friendly from what I've noticed though. I knocked out a customers single stage Miata in about 5 hours including prep work.





    Used it on one of my own Miatas as well and got about 3 months of durability from it before I applied another sealant.

    It certainly can be tricky to use so yes I wouldn't call it the most user friendly AIO. I did notice the sticky feeling you mentioned at first but it didn't stay like that after the first wash. As mentioned by others, maybe give Meguiar's D151 or HD Speed a shot and see if one of those are more to your liking. HD Speed has giving me 2 months of durability which is pretty great for an AIO.

    Edit: on a side note, maybe you could try wiping with a damp microfiber towel. I have not tried this personally with Wolfgang AIO but it's something I like doing with certain polishes.

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