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Which Werkstat Kit to go for?

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by StagsyA4, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. StagsyA4
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    Hi there.

    I am looking at getting a Werkstat kit but I am not sure which one to go for.

    My vehicle has Moro Blue Pearl Effect paint.

    Should I go for the Acrylic Kit or the Carnauba Kit?

    Cheers,
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    The acrylic will be great for the paint flake without doubt. Good prep with claying stage and then the Prime/Prime Strong as your pre-sealant paint cleanser. Once the excess is buffed clear, you also have a fine sealant layer into the bargain. Then layer the Jett Trigger a few times and you will have a wet-looking moro blue.
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    Cheers mate, thanks for the info!
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    Cheers mate, thanks for the info!
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    Definitely the acrylic version; the carnauba works best on solid colours, while the acrylic is awesome on all metallic/pearlescent finishes. :yes:
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    Thanks for the reply, will be ordering this kit very shortly from the PB website!
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    Due back in stock on Monday next week. :icon_thumright:
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