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      11-16-2019, 04:04 AM   #1
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Turtle wax hybrid sealant

JTF have got an offer on for the turtle wax sealant hydrophobic wax it is down to £5.39 grab yourself a bargain like I have
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How about a review? Is it any good?
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If it wasn't any good I wouldn't of bought 10, its extremely easy to apply & buff off & the shine is incredible. The water beading is very impressive too.
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Just ordered along with a bottle of ironx. Cheers
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This product really makes others have to step up their standards. You can't argue with the results and especially the price
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After working so hard removing swirls and polishing. I'm planning to use this Turtle-Wax Seal and Shine. Is that enough for a good protection and shine, or should we carnauba wax on top of the sealant?
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After working so hard removing swirls and polishing. I'm planning to use this Turtle-Wax Seal and Shine. Is that enough for a good protection and shine, or should we carnauba wax on top of the sealant?
From Turtle Wax site:
SUPER HYDROPHOBIC FORMULA REPELS WATER AND PROTECTS PAINT FOR MONTHS. HYBRID TECHNOLOGY UTILIZES A SYNTHETIC SEALANT INFUSED WITH CARNAUBA WAX FOR REPELLENCY AND SHINE.

Adding your own wax adds an add'l sacrificial layer to the paint - if you don't like the shine or beading from TW add some wax. Good luck!
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I found this hard to remove once applied - possibly due to living in Florida - but the few times I tried it - didn't seem special.
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I found this hard to remove once applied - possibly due to living in Florida - but the few times I tried it - didn't seem special.
Thanks, but now I wonder why you wanted to remove the product?
and second, what do you use today, since you were not happy with this TW product?
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I found this hard to remove once applied - possibly due to living in Florida - but the few times I tried it - didn't seem special.
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Thanks, but now I wonder why you wanted to remove the product?
and second, what do you use today, since you were not happy with this TW product?
Remove it to reapply it, of course.
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I found this hard to remove once applied - possibly due to living in Florida - but the few times I tried it - didn't seem special.
Thanks, but now I wonder why you wanted to remove the product?
and second, what do you use today, since you were not happy with this TW product?
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I found this hard to remove once applied - possibly due to living in Florida - but the few times I tried it - didn't seem special.
Thanks, but now I wonder why you wanted to remove the product?
and second, what do you use today, since you were not happy with this TW product?
Angelwax QED
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Those 3 are my fav products
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Thanks, but now I wonder why you wanted to remove the product?
and second, what do you use today, since you were not happy with this TW product?
I meant - after spraying onto my car paint - the product did not buff off cleanly or buff in, however you word it . For me it left residue and the result was just ok once it finally was rubbed in.
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Question for the experts, I just finished polishing my car with Meguiars 105 and 205.
In order to apply Turtle Wax Seal and Shine, do I need to re-wash the car, or simply clean all the dust from polishing process and proceed with Seal and Shine?
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I think it is a spray one. I have used its paste version many years ago. I think it was a good one. However, it would be great if you share any detailed review.
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Question for the experts, I just finished polishing my car with Meguiars 105 and 205.
In order to apply Turtle Wax Seal and Shine, do I need to re-wash the car, or simply clean all the dust from polishing process and proceed with Seal and Shine?
You could wash & dry the car before applying the sealant, or use an alcohol & water mixture to remove any leftovers from the polish. Shouldn't make a big difference. Good luck!
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