Does water tend not to bead up on NXT?

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  1. StealthMode

    StealthMode Active Member

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    I've been using NXT for awhile now. It's the only wax/sealant I have used since I bought my car. I love how it looks after first applying it. But what is bothering me is that anytime I wash it, the water doesn't bead up like it did when I first bought my car. Is this just the nature of NXT or something else?

    Also, last time I used it I let it dry for a good hour before I removed it and I still had oily streaking. (black paint) so I just through a MF bonnet on my 10in random orbital and that seems to remove it much easier.
     
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    NXT was formulated to sheet water when washing instead of beading. If the car still beads when it rains, you are fine.
     
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    Ahhhh....It sheets quite well, an rain beads up. Interesting :big grin: Thanks
     

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