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Help with too many choices

Discussion in 'Juicy Detailing' started by One Spoke, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. One Spoke
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    Hi

    I posted the below in the general detailing section and another member suggested heading on over to your forum for some advice. Hopefully self explanatory, bit for every application there is are so many products available!

    I've got a 2007 Imola Yellow S3 and am looking for some advice on paint protection and the alloys please.

    First the paint. I use a lambswool mitt and the two bucket method. I use Meguiars Ultimate Wash & Wax to clean. I then used Meguiars clay kit, followed by Autoglym super resin polish and topped off with Meguiars NXT 2.0 Liquid Wax. I'm pleased with the results, but was wondering if I could obtain a longer lasting and more durable finish if I used a sealant as well? I was looking at Car-Lack 68 long life sealant - is this any good? And at what stage in the above process would I use a sealant - after polish or after wax? Other recommendations welcome.

    Now the alloys. I use Valet Pro Bilberry wheel cleaner (and last time I clayed and waxed them with Meguiars wax as well) but again was wondering if I could get a longer lasting and more durable finish with a sealant? I was looking at Poorboys Wheel Sealant? Is it any good? Any other recommendations?

    Thanks in advance.

    Pete
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