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Anybody use these ceramic spray,s

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Simpleman, Jul 17, 2020.

  1. Roux2015

    Roux2015 Junior Member

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    Turtle wax Ceramic Polish and Wax. I am pretty sure the black acrylic version is specific for black vehicles only.

    I am getting ready to try this stuff out. After the polish I may do a topper with the TW Ceramic Coating. Or should it say "Ceramic" Coating. Joking aside I hope to get 4-6 months out of it. We shall see.

    https://www.turtlewax.com/en-us/our...rtle-wax-hybrid-solutions-ceramic-polish-wax/
     
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    Used CMX mde by Mothers for the first time last week. Easy to prep and easy to apply. Looks great. IMG_2387.JPG IMG_2391.JPG
     
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    JohnnyMac There's no education in the second kick of a mule. Military

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    I generally push the little button that says "wax" when I'm at the pay and spray and it looks awesome!
     
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    The one for black works well with dark blue as weel. They also have just a ceramic polish without pigmentation.

    Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Tapatalk
     
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    I’ve used a host of different polishes, waxes, sealers and I’ve found the best to be from esoteric car care and their Kamikaze line of products but it’s pricey.
    If you want an excellent fair priced products Wolfgang’s does it all and (Amazon) Turtle Wax Ice series.
    Don’t forget a good de-ionizer, and a clay before using as it will seal the grime and Iron deposits within the ceramic coating if not clean. Use a plastic sandwhich baggie on your hand, it’s the easiness way to feel contaniments on your paint. If it’s rough and draggy, clay it. Make sure the Ceramic coating goes on even any ghosting like oil smears need to be corrected before drying. You can fix it by apply more product on your pad and going over it to knock it back down into the paint. And always, always use clean micro fiber towels. I never use the same one twice. Once used to go to shop rags not vehicle detail.
     
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    These are real durable, I am quite surprised. Some of the guys got me on griots 3 in 1, really bead a long time. I would just say traditional aio plus a topper seams to have a thicker coat, maybe not as durable dunno really. They are so easy to use and really bead a long time, I would just strapy the truck down after every wash, keep it shiney.
     
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