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Advice for white...

S3 Rav Jan 16, 2020

  1. S3 Rav

    S3 Rav Well-Known Member

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    Good morning all. I have previously only had black cars and use the black fire products which are great.

    I have however now purchased a second car which is a white 2011 a3 s line and wondering what polishes / sealants / waxes people tend to use on their white cars.

    Any advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Rav.
     
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  3. Bristle Hound

    Bristle Hound Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    @S3 Rav - I'm a big fan of sealents on white. They defo give a sharper finish IMO
    Waxes on white tend to give a softer warmer finish, but I think white's need a sharper finish

    My current car is a solid white which I use Gyeon Cure on
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    However in the past I have used neat Sonax BSD on whites with great results

    I've had four white cars, solid & metallic, in the last 10 years & sealents have always worked for me
     
  4. jassyo06

    jassyo06 T-Cut King !

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    Get it wrapped in "A Colour".....lol a machine polish will have the best effect on your white paint ....end of
     
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  5. T-1000

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    Fusso 99 here.

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  6. S3 Rav

    S3 Rav Well-Known Member

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    Thank you all for your comments guys..much appreciated. Lots of new products these days. Need to get my head around them all.
     
  7. Nickyc

    Nickyc Active Member

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    Depending on how far you want to go and spend, I have recently found that the Turtle Wax Hydrophobic Sealant Wax is pretty good on White. The added bonus is that its cheap, really easy to apply to the car in a few minutes, and generally lasts until the next wash.
     

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