What kind of CLEAR COAT do you use??

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by MANDATORY MACKIN, Apr 21, 2002.

  1. for the ultimate "wet" look??
     
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    What do you mean by clear coat? The type of paint clear coat or do you mean wax?
     
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    The wettest looking waxes would probably be Pinnacle Souveran (dark cars), Pinnacle Paste Glaz (light cars), P21S or Blitz One Grand if you don't mind paying $$$ for a high end carnuba. Synthetic waxes like Klasse and Zainos have a very deep shine and sharp reflections, but they don't have that real deep wet look of a carnuba-they do last longer, however.

    A very popular high end combination would be to use Klasse AOI (all in one) and top it with Pinnacle or Blitz. You get the longer protection of a synthetic with the wet look of a carnuba.

    This link should give you a ton of information about the high end stuff: http://properautocare.com/wax.html

    For a cheaper and still very wet shine, you can use Meguiars Show Car Glaze and High Tech Yellow #26 Wax. Combined, they give a deep wet shine that is 95% of what you get of a serious high end wax at about 1/4th the cost of the Pinnacle Souveran.
     

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