s100 or natty

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  1. zaink

    zaink OT Supporter

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    which wax would look best on my car? here is a pic (its a Steelblue Metallic).. i got the texas heat here just so you guys know

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    I'd go with Natty's Blue, definitely wetter looking and it seems more durable too.
     
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    Scott is the person to listen to about this, and I have never used Nattys but I do have to stand up for S100 and say that it does last pretty well and is a super deep treatment. Its not "wet" so much as it is deep. I personally think too wet looks like you have applied oil or silicone to a car. Thats just me. But I can say that S100 is a great product that when used with the cleaner wax is a great finish.
     
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    just another question.. but when doing SSR 2.5 then SSR 1, should i use EX-P or go straight to Nattys?
     
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    I'd go with EX-P, wait a day, then apply the Natty's.
     
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    would it be better to do EX-P then Nattys or Nattys x2 (waiting a day after both..)
     
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    also how would 'Menzerna Finishing Touch Glaze' do against EX-P... because someone is offerening me a deal for the first one...
     
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    bump for last 2 questions
     
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    1. Either would look fine, only you can determine which looks best to you.
    2. I've used Menzerna Full Molecular Jacket (their sealant) and it is kick ass. Never used the Glaze.
     

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