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Old 09-28-2006, 03:47 PM   #1220
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Originally Posted by wiggy123 View Post
im going to do an end of the year detail . clay , abbrassive polish, finishing polish , glaze , sealeant , wax. thats the correct step right? what do you know about collinite Liquid Insulator Wax (No. 845). my boy has that and it looks amazing. also should i use this insted of a sealeant. i want the highest shine and the most protectant
wiggy123,

You have the process down correctly.

I haven't personally used Collinite IW but I heard it is a good product, many people do like it. I honestly cannot comment on the durability but maybe some of the people on here that have used it can comment.

From doing a quick search it seems to be called a wax but has a lot of characteristics of a sealant: durability + reflective mirror look, rather than a carnauba wax which is typically low durability + "wet" look / hard candy look and deeper gloss and reflections.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Sincerely,

George @ Detailed Image
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