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16oz. Wolfgang Concours Series Deep Gloss Vehicle Paint Sealant EXPIRED

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Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant. Lowest ever according to CCC. Price may continue to drop since it's been steadily dropping for the past few weeks. Usually retails for $40. Sealants are more expensive than the traditional wax but lasts a lot longer. This can last between 4-6 months.

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I've been using this for several years, on multiple cars (since it was 2.0). It's an excellent product and preserves for 2-3x longer than typical waxes. You also need VERY LITTLE of it if you prep your car well -- typically I use 1-2 OZ per car, applying literally about 5-6 drops on a fingertip foam applicator to cover a 2x2 area (think 1/4 hood, half of a trunk, 2/3 of a door (always do the bottom section of the doors last, after everything else because they have any residual road grime).

It also is a product that you can apply to the whole car at once, then wipe off the whole car at once -- it doesn't dry very white or cake up, and isn't a PITA to remove if you leave it on so you don't need to apply/buff section-by-section which makes this easier to use. Heck if you miss a small spot, it's not much harder to wipe off the following day (yeah, it happens to all of us).

Please know this is a product used by enthusiasts and is NOT an all-in-one "wipe it one an wipe it off and it does everything" product. So if you want the best results, you need to prep the paint properly: wash, remove tar/contaminants (bug/tar cleaner and/or poly clay), polish out swirl marks, then apply this as the last step.

This product will seal, but it won't clean, remove stains, water-spots, etc. It's only a sealant, albeit a very good one. I do the full process described above every 1-2 years, and typically apply this every 6-8 months, though YMMV based on whether your car is garaged (mine is) and how much "grit" your car picks up when you drive...

If you have a fairly new car with paint in good shape, you can wash well, maybe give it a quick bug/tar remover treatment, then put this on and you'll be fine. On the other hand, if your paint is dull, you see "spider-web" swirls in the sun, or feel lot's of "grit" in the paint when you run your hand over it, you'll need to do more work before using this product to get good results. .

Lastly, after you use it, don't get the car wet for 12 hours if possible -- poly sealants need to "cure" and I have read multiple times that they don't cure as well if they get wet shortly after application.

Yeah, I might get a little obsessive when it comes to detailing my cars...
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I've been using this for several years, on multiple cars (since it was 2.0). It's an excellent product and preserves for 2-3x longer than typical waxes. You also need VERY LITTLE of it if you prep your car well -- typically I use 1-2 OZ per car, applying literally about 5-6 drops on a fingertip foam applicator to cover a 2x2 area (think 1/4 hood, half of a trunk, 2/3 of a door (always do the bottom section of the doors last, after everything else because they have any residual road grime).

It also is a product that you can apply to the whole car at once, then wipe off the whole car at once -- it doesn't dry very white or cake up, and isn't a PITA to remove if you leave it on so you don't need to apply/buff section-by-section which makes this easier to use. Heck if you miss a small spot, it's not much harder to wipe off the following day (yeah, it happens to all of us).

Please know this is a product used by enthusiasts and is NOT an all-in-one "wipe it one an wipe it off and it does everything" product. So if you want the best results, you need to prep the paint properly: wash, remove tar/contaminants (bug/tar cleaner and/or poly clay), polish out swirl marks, then apply this as the last step.

This product will seal, but it won't clean, remove stains, water-spots, etc. It's only a sealant, albeit a very good one. I do the full process described above every 1-2 years, and typically apply this every 6-8 months, though YMMV based on whether your car is garaged (mine is) and how much "grit" your car picks up when you drive...

If you have a fairly new car with paint in good shape, you can wash well, maybe give it a quick bug/tar remover treatment, then put this on and you'll be fine. On the other hand, if your paint is dull, you see "spider-web" swirls in the sun, or feel lot's of "grit" in the paint when you run your hand over it, you'll need to do more work before using this product to get good results. .

Lastly, after you use it, don't get the car wet for 12 hours if possible -- poly sealants need to "cure" and I have read multiple times that they don't cure as well if they get wet shortly after application.

Yeah, I might get a little obsessive when it comes to detailing my cars...
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Insane deal, I bought a bottle a few weeks ago at 32 bucks and thought I'd never see it go lower than that ha

It's a bit annoying to put on, since it requires about a 45 minute flash time, and then a 12 hour curing cycle, but if you have a garage kept car or have a way to do it, this is highly recommended.

A little bit goes a LONG way, and thin coats are best. I use a DA to apply it. It's a bit grabby when applying by hand, but wipes off really well and leaves exactly what it says it does, a deep gloss and shine.

Excellent durability too, I've gotten a very solid 6 months out of this and top it with Griots Foaming Poly Gloss every month or so to maintain it.
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Down to $22.98. Maybe getting discontinued?
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This is good stuff. I'm a novice detailer but i've tried everything on my car from Turtle wax, Meguiars ultimate, Nu finish, Mothers synthetic and Meguiars NXT 2.0 Synthetic and this has been by far the best wax/sealant.

I park 50/50 outdoors or under a car port and it still beads strong 6 months later.
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Price now down to $20.09 and I just bought! Looking forward to trying it on the new whip!
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I'm trying now at this price.
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I got a price on 19.04 for 16oz
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Price is now at 18.71
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Now it's down to 17.XX

Insane deal on this lol

I've ordered several bottles of this, and am going to contact Amazon to see if they can credit me the difference since they are still in the return window
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is this any better than the Turtle Wax Seal n' Shine?
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is this any better than the Turtle Wax Seal n' Shine?
I dont think so. S and S is really easy to use, cheap, lasts a 6 months + and has zero cure time.
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How does this compare to menzerna power lock?
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Started to use Turtle Wax Seal n Shine but we'll see how long it holds up!! Before that I've used Collinite 845 which I really like. Is this similar to collinite??
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Started to use Turtle Wax Seal n Shine but we'll see how long it holds up!! Before that I've used Collinite 845 which I really like. Is this similar to collinite??
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is this any better than the Turtle Wax Seal n' Shine?
I use Turtle Wax Seal n Shine as well. My car is not garage-kept and I apply it once a month. Even after a month of the outdoors it's still holding up so I could go even longer in-between applications if I wanted to.
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