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Poorboys Black Hole & Chemical Guys EXP Sealant

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Agent_Trig, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. Agent_Trig
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    I have both of these products and was wondering if it normal for me to use the Black Hole Glaze BEFORE the EXP Sealant? Some people have said that they are essentially the same product, but that's not what I believe from reading the labels.

    So, do I use both, or just the one? Obviously followed up with a wax.
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    Is it definitely EXP Sealant? That's a Poorboys product.

    :)
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    Ahh sorry, I meant Chemical Guys Jet Seal 109 :)
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    Ah!

    Well while I normally don't comment on a product we don't stock, I do know that Jet Seal is a sealant and Black Hole is a glaze; different products doing a different job.

    Use Black Hole first, then Jet Seal to 'lock it' in.

    You can then add wax if you wish.

    Alternatively, you can use Black Hole and go straight to wax.
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    Thank you very much :)
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    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    You want CG Blacklight which is a sealant
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    Any idea what the different applications would be for Blacklight and J109? :think:
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    It's the same for application. I'd say a couple of coats of jetseal and it will give you excellent durability through the winter - alloys too.

    Add some cg v7 hybrid spray sealant for maintenance top ups and it's a winning combination :o.k:
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