S100 question

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by addifan, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. addifan

    addifan Guest

    I started using this when Scott introduced us to this great product. Thanks Scott! But I have a question on how everyone else here uses it. How long do you let it dry? I know it says not to let it dry to a haze. I find it difficult to remove if it dries even a little bit, so I have been removing it fairly quickly after applying it. I just want to make sure I am doing it the best way possible.
     
  2. n2_space

    n2_space Space > *.*

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    I wax say a door, and by the time I have coated the whole thing I start removing where I had started waxing. I think the couple of minutes is pelnty long enough. :dunno:
     
  3. Jackhole

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    What n2_space said. Do one body panel at a time, when you're done, remove the wax. That's all the time you really need.
     
  4. Buck-O

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    I usually do like they do, one panel at a time. S100 doesnt really have to "sit" to be effective.

    I start a panel, apply it. Set the container and applicator aside, grab my MF towel, and buff it off. Vritually no wait time.
     
  5. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Wipe on, wipe off.
     
  6. addifan

    addifan Guest

    Good, that what I have been doing. Thanks everyone.
     
  7. superman0710

    superman0710 Guest

    do you use the applicator that the s100 brings, or did you buy another?
     
  8. Jackhole

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    The foam ones that come with it are fine. If it gets fucked up or ripped or something, they're pretty commonly available.
     

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