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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post

    I wish I had that team of awesome people to cut my detailing time down to under 3 hours!!

    Great thread.
    More people, with focused attention makes quick work of detailing a car.

    We should set up a time-lapse video for the Friday and Saturday portion of our 3-day class here when we detail 12 cars, (usually incredibly cool cars). The garage sounds like a Hornet's Nest when you get anywhere from 15 to 20 polishers all buzzing at the same time.

    Same thing for my 2-day roadshow classes. For example this last one in Wisconsin we detailed 12 cars in 2 days. Requires focused attention and direction and that's my job. No mistakes.


    Quote Originally Posted by Farmallluvr View Post

    wow,,that Mustang looks awesome!,,,like a totally different car but I may be partial because I love Mustangs in general

    In person, the Mustang looks just as good as you see in the pictures. The Jeweling Wax works great and ANYBODY using it can turn a diamond in the rough into a glistening gemstone.

    The SONAX Polymer Net Shield creates a high shine glassy look (on both cars or any paint color), and most people get 6 months of protection and durability from a single application. Plus washing and drying goes faster as it creates a water shedding effect.



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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Owner took this shot the next day....






    Here's before, note the tires are the same color as the brake dust on the wheels!





    Man... that's ugly, I'm pretty confident we have some wheel cleaners and tire cleaners that will make everything look brand new again...





    Here's what we used....







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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Always a good time. Thanks for the class.
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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Quote Originally Posted by antti@561detailing View Post

    Always a good time. Thanks for the class.

    Good to see you again Antti!

    Thanks for joining us!



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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    wow, excellent job and what a fantastic team effort! also, great choice of polishers used to complete the task as well!

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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    mike, how's the PJW/PNS combo holding up on both these cars?

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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Quote Originally Posted by VISITOR View Post

    mike, how's the PJW/PNS combo holding up on both these cars?

    I just washed the Chevy Spark yesterday, the water beading was still amazing!

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    I don't do mock-up reviews, articles or details for that matter. If it's important enough to write about and educate people then it's important enough to do the job right the first time and that means doing the real-deal. So to test out the BLACKFIRE Car Dryer I needed a car to wash and rinse so there would be real-world water on a real-world car for me to blow-off.

    A few weeks ago I taught a class here at Autogeek showing how to use SONAX Polymer Net Shield on a co-workers Chevy Spark. Here's the write-up from that car detailing class.

    Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy


    One of the unique characteristics about the SONAX Polymer Net Shield or PNS as we call it for short, is how it creates amazing surface tension and forces water to bead-up. Because it's only been about 6 weeks since we applied the SONAX PNS to the Chevy Spark, I knew this would be the proper and correct condition paint to use with a car dryer. So I offered my co-worker a FREE CAR WASH if I could use her car again and she is so nice... of course she said "yes".

    Here's pictures of the Chevy Spark that I washed yesterday....

    Look at the water trying to get away from the paint as I spray the paint..... that's SONAX PNS!






    I coined this term for great water beading about 20 years ago...

    Tight, Tall and Small






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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    Quote Originally Posted by VISITOR View Post

    mike, how's the PJW/PNS combo holding up on both these cars?

    Don't know about the Mustang? It belongs to Brian who works in the front lobby. Maybe he can bring it down here and wash it and then take some pictures and add to this thread?



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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    mike, are you still using the jeweling wax and PNS combo? also, how many months of real world durability are you seeing from it?

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    Re: Pictures: SONAX PNS + Pinnacle Jeweling Wax - Ford vs Chevy

    "BUMP +1"

    I would like to know if putting PNS over top something like a jeweling wax loses any of it's durability? This seems like a great method.

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