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Klasse Twins AIO & sealant first time use


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#1 OFFLINE   Mgavin1985

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Posted 19 December 2016 - 06:01 PM

I highly recommend klasse wash, clay bar, Klasse All in one, klasse sealant 3layer then high quality wax and so far so good with road salt and winter. I am highly impressed and have been using it on everything hardwood table floors and counter tops. I have never used Wolfgang can anyone compare the sealants







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#2 OFFLINE   WingNut

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Posted 20 December 2016 - 04:10 PM

I can't compare Klasse with Wolfgang because I've never used Wolfgang.

 

I used Klasse in the past and was happy with the results.  But my criteria had me switch to other products.

 

Right now I use Opti-seal and top with Aquawax, Optimum wax, or Meguiars D15601 (all are spray waxes).

 

Before the winter sometimes I'll put a coat of Collonite 845 on.  It held up well in the winter and lasted through a few touchless washes before hitting it with ONR.


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#3 OFFLINE   Mgavin1985

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Posted 21 December 2016 - 08:15 AM

Thanks for info I will try opti seal. The sealants give the vehicle a clean almost new paint look. My next project is wrapping chrome grill to mimic the sport trim I have the wrap at home have never done it so I keep putting it off.

#4 OFFLINE   WingNut

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Posted 21 December 2016 - 01:19 PM

Thanks for info I will try opti seal. The sealants give the vehicle a clean almost new paint look. My next project is wrapping chrome grill to mimic the sport trim I have the wrap at home have never done it so I keep putting it off.

 

I like Opti-Seal because it is super easy to apply.  One spritz on a foam hand applicator will coat an entire panel.  No buffing necessary.  


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#5 OFFLINE   Mgavin1985

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 09:07 AM

Well my first attempt to wrap something did not work out well I did it in 40 degree weather total waste of time. And will wait until warmer weather. I have looked at opti seal and will purchase soon after I run out of klasse.
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