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    #915 is a very good wax for winter, I'm going to be applying a coat this afternoon.

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    you wont go far wrong with the cooly 915 mate especially on your black car

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    i use both

    Car-Lack 68 is a great sealant very simler too (Klasse AIO)
    i found it easy to use but you dont need much when you apply it & start by doing one panel at a time.

    Then i use Collinite 476s

    And then a top coat of Collinite 915

    i can't tell any diffrence between the Collinite 476s & 915

    apart from the 915 has a fragrance smell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    i use both

    Car-Lack 68 is a great sealant very simler too (Klasse AIO)
    i found it easy to use but you dont need much when you apply it & start by doing one panel at a time.
    One panel at a time? dont you have to leave it one for bout 20 min? before removing?

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    well i did my whole car But the first time i put too much on it it was hard to get the Car-Lack 68 off

    But now i just use a little & it's fine

    I was just playing safe

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