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Last Edited by lord_snot February 7, 2018 at 08:30 AM
Here's a copy of the $5 rebate.

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Sounds like the aerosol version of quick detailer
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Its a sealant, it doesnt level the paint like a wax. Still its good for renewing your wax job after you wash. And you can get ALOT of coats out of it. Id say 1 can is good for at least 12 coats of a midsize. So $9-12 a year isnt bad to have a all year round wax job.
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Can someone explain the benefits of this? And how often i should do the process?

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The description sounds like this is RainX for the paint job. Is that about right?
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Can someone explain the benefits of this? And how often i should do the process?

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Same price on Amazon.

I will wax my vehicle first, let it cure 12 to 24 hours. Then apply this. I do this spring and fall before and after the salt in Minnesota. If you don't have a lot of harsh conditions, you only have to apply this once a year, and you may not need to even wax.
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same price on amazon
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same price on amazon
Yup picked up another can from amazon. My current can is half gone so i have about another months in it.

I do the walmart special:
Purple Power Heavy-Duty Vehicle and Boat Pressure Wash Concentrate to remove road film
Then finish with fast finish

The purple power will remove the previous coat of wax(or at leas the top layer) so i always know i have at least 1 layer of protectant.

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I know a thing or two about ultimate fast finishes.
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Can someone explain the benefits of this? And how often i should do the process?

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It's a synthetic spray sealant. This stuff is so quick and easy to apply, no reason not to apply it monthly or even after every wash. Think of it as a longer lasting spray wax.

I've been using this stuff since it hit the market and it really works well. Its so quick and easy, you can do it after every wash if wanted. Plus, one of the best benefits as far as I"m concerned is its lack of dust attraction. Most waxes I've used seem to really attract dust, this one for whatever reason, seems to almost repel dust better than any other product I've used.

A can will last multiple applications and comes with a decent quality microfiber towel as a bonus. Well worth the cost compared to most waxes and sealants on the market. I have not reached for my bottle of Collinite 845 since using UFF.
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Yup picked up another can from amazon. My current can is half gone so i have about another months in it.

I do the walmart special:
Purple Power Heavy-Duty Vehicle and Boat Pressure Wash Concentrate to remove road film
Then finish with fast finish

The purple power will remove the previous coat of wax(or at leas the top layer) so i always know i have at least 1 layer of protectant.
I'd be pretty shocked if you ever had more than 1 layer of protectant. The truth is that most products simply won't layer the way most people seem to think they do. The fact that they all contain solvents means, when you apply one product, the solvents contained in it will remove what was previously there. There are some waxes that contain low amounts of solvents, which may lend itself more to layering, but even that would be debatable. Waxes and sealants go on microscopically thin. When you add a second coat, the solvents just remove the previous layer.

Most people recommend you put two coats of a product on to ensure complete coverage, not because you are putting additional layers down.

I've found the best way to apply this product was not with a MF towel as directed, but instead with a small foam hand applicator. The mf towel just absorbed way to much product and didn't put enough on the paint. The small foam applicator doesn't have the same problem. I then followup and buff with a MF towel after it's flashed, which happens quickly with this stuff.
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I'd be pretty shocked if you ever had more than 1 layer of protectant. The truth is that most products simply won't layer the way most people seem to think they do. The fact that they all contain solvents means, when you apply one product, the solvents contained in it will remove what was previously there. There are some waxes that contain low amounts of solvents, which may lend itself more to layering, but even that would be debatable. Waxes and sealants go on microscopically thin. When you add a second coat, the solvents just remove the previous layer.

Most people recommend you put two coats of a product on to ensure complete coverage, not because you are putting additional layers down.

I've found the best way to apply this product was not with a MF towel as directed, but instead with a small foam hand applicator. The mf towel just absorbed way to much product and didn't put enough on the paint. The small foam applicator doesn't have the same problem. I then followup and buff with a MF towel after it's flashed, which happens quickly with this stuff.
Which closed cell foam applicator doesnt scratch? All i have is MF wrapped foam applicators, or MF towels.
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Which closed cell foam applicator doesnt scratch? All i have is MF wrapped foam applicators, or MF towels.
I use the Meguiars W004 applicators. They work perfect with the UFF. Then buff with a good MF like an eagle edgeless.
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