?'s about Werkstatt

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  1. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Scott.
    I see you recommending Werkstatt's products alot. As you know I'm mainly using Meguiars, but I'm looking for something for my high-end client's vehicles that aren't done on the assembly line of my daily routine. I believe this is where Meguiars drops off and Werkstatt would come in.

    Here's my questions:

    Should I just go ahead and get "Jeff's kit" or do you have another recommendation on what I should package up myself?

    How do you apply these products (what order and how; by hand or by PC)?

    Finally, is Werkstatt your main staple for waxing/polishing or do you only use it on occassion?

    Once again, thanks for you time Scott.

    Justin

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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I'd get Prime, Acrylic Jett and Carnauba Jett to start.

    Prime is your final polish, it has mostly chemical cleaners (don't expect it to polish out swirls) and lays down an acrylic base for Acrylic Jett to bond better to. You can use Carnauba Jett to top AJ for more depth or over Prime on dark, non metallic vehicles.

    I use JW products pretty regularly now, especially if the paint is already in excellent condition or if the customer is willing to pop for a 3 step process.
     
  3. justin30513

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    And what do you charge for a 3 stepper?

    Say on an 06 BMW 750.

    Just the exterior.....wash, wheels, tires, and 3 step.

    Thanks Scott,

    Justin
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    3 step on a large sedan? If it didn't need any deep polishing, that would be a 3.5 hour job so around $125-140.
     

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