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    Re: The Wolfgang Twins - Picture with Links

    The Wolfgang Finishing Glaze finishes down perfectly on just about any paint that I've ever used it on, it's really easy to use, even on black paints.

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    Re: The Wolfgang Twins - Picture with Links

    I tested the twins out on my hood with my pc7424xp and it was awesome! I cant wait to do the whole car!

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    how does these formula compare to the menzerna line???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeB820 View Post
    I tested the twins out on my hood with my pc7424xp and it was awesome! I cant wait to do the whole car!
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    Help : -

    Quick Question I am looking for a swirl remover product and I am looking at WG twin combo.

    I have a few question

    1. Do i really need the WG glaze as I have other product like Optinum polish II and Klasse twin
    - After Wolfgang swirl removal should i finish with optinum polish / KAIO and seal with KSG or shoud i follow by WG glaze?
    - If I need to use both WG Swirl removal and Glaze can I still seal with KSG? any harmful chemical effect?

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    Re: The Wolfgang Twins - Picture with Links

    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post

    Help : -

    Quick Question I am looking for a swirl remover product and I am looking at WG twin combo.

    I have a few question
    I'll take a stab at your questions...


    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post

    1. Do i really need the WG glaze as I have other product like Optimum polish II and Klasse twin
    Neither of the Klasse Twins are anything like the Wolfgang Finishing Glaze. The Wolfgang Finishing Glaze is actually a Fine Polish, not a glaze.

    You can substitute the Optimum Polish II but the Wolfgang Finishing Glaze is a very high quality finishing polish and I've never seen a paint system it didn't finish down perfectly on to date. I would personally recommend having it in your detailing arsenal especially if you ever have to work on softer paints.


    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post

    - After Wolfgang swirl removal should i finish with optimum polish / KAIO and seal with KSG or should i follow by WG glaze?
    Either or. If you only have the Optimum Polish II you would use this after the TSR and before any wax or sealant. You won't need the Klasse AIO since you're already pre-cleaning the paint by polishing.


    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post
    - If I need to use both WG Swirl removal and Glaze can I still seal with KSG? any harmful chemical effect?
    No harmful effects at all and in fact the combo of TSR followed by FG and then by KSG should create a mirror shine.

    Read this before applying the KSG

    A tip for working with waxes, paint sealants or coatings that are new to you


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    Thanks mike for ur swift respond!

    I am learning everyday and may have got too many product that I could us...

    This is the forth time I am loading my cart in less then 2 months. People around me think I am obsessed!

    I am working on my own rides a peogeot (18mths old)and a renault
    (1mth old) both white and daily driver.

    Some of products I have includes
    Opt polish II
    klasse twins
    JW prime / prime strong/ acrylic jet and acrylic trigger
    Autoglym polish and sealant
    Collinte 845
    Meguiar syn wax
    FK425

    With the Wolfgang offer I feel like adding a swirl remover. As I have got too many products I do not want wastage. Hence was anticipating should
    I get a 8oz wg twins or just a 16oz wg tsr. With ur experience 8oz can use for how many car?

    Any recommendation and how I can complement WG products with wat I have is greatly appreciated.

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    Re: The Wolfgang Twins - Picture with Links

    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post

    With the Wolfgang offer I feel like adding a swirl remover. As I have got too many products I do not want wastage. Hence was anticipating should I get a 8oz wg twins or just a 16oz wg tsr.

    With ur experience 8oz can use for how many car?
    About one medium size car. If you're going to have it shipped I would recommend getting the 16 ounce Wolfgang Total Swirl Remover, it's a GREAT product and very capable too plus for most people it will finish down so nice that you can go right to your LSP if you want.

    Most our audience will want the ultimate and re-polish to finish down even finer but the average person would be blown away by just the TSR by itself and with white cars it's even easier to create a show car shine as white doesn't show defects easily.


    Quote Originally Posted by terentius View Post
    Any recommendation and how I can complement WG products with wat I have is greatly appreciated.
    You can never have too many buffing pads...
    Microfiber Gloves and really nice microfiber polishing cloths for removing the wax...






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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunky View Post
    Yes, WG FG will work much like PO85RD in terms of finish.
    so, are you using this (WG FG) to jewel the paint? how long are you woking it and at what speed on the 3401?

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    I use it around speed 5 to 5.5 for 5 to 6 passes minimum. The work time depends on how much polish you use.
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