845 vs. nattys

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by the_moose914, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. the_moose914

    the_moose914 Bimmer Crew

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    Collonite 845:
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    had to adjsut hte levels of thsi one in photoshop because it was washed out, but i still shows the beading truthfully: (btw thsi is 845)
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    Poli-Seal: (1 week old)
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    QD'd and clayed window:
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    NON QD'd and clayed window:
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    neglected cars: :grrr
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    Nice. I love comparison shots :big grin:
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Carnaubas have some really nice beads. Poli-Seal protects well but the beads aren't all that pretty.
     
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    Juztang www.obsessivedetail.com

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    Yeah that is what I was just gonna say, the Poli Seal has larger beads but still protects well. I use Poli-Seal in my mobile business more than any other product by far.
     
  5. the_moose914

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    i used the poli-seal to do some minor correction, it did ok, i only used a white LC pad though. I think ill try and oramge one next time then top it with nattys or 845.......
     

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