Love the shine on the Alto.
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2. Meguiars 205
3. Meguiars Ultimate Compound
4. Menzerna 203
5.Meguiars Tech Wax 2.0
6. Autoglym SRP
7. 3M show car paste Wax.
Thanx for suggestion on acrylic sealant but i am afraid on importing . can you help me on that part please ???
#mods - can we edit the title please and just remove the word "car" from the heading? Think that will be better
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Ultimate Finish - Poorboys EX-P sealant. This is a safe website, i have ordered many, many times from them and they take paypal/credit card/international debit card payments. They customer care is very good and international order are shipped through DHL but keep in mind customs will charge 30% even for orders below INR 5000.
Apart from the Poorboys EX-P sealant you can also try the Ultimate Finish - Poorboys White Diamond Glaze...White Diamond is for white and light color cars and is one of the best glazes out there and has some filling ability also so helps in hiding the swirls.
You can wash, apply the glaze and remove, then apply EX-P one coat, followed by a second coat next day!
For white/silver color/ non metallic color cars, acrylic based finishes gives a kind of candy coating shiny looks, warm looks from waxes is difficult to achieve. So for light colors, acrylic based stuff looks great.
Whether it looks better than 845, it depends on user's choice 845 is great sealant and has awesome durability but EX-P has good durability is more of a beauty product. Maybe instead of the sealant, you can buy a bottle of white diamond glaze and apply 845 on top.
Acrylic Jet looks way better and is easier to use as its a spray sealant.
P.S. i will be ordering the PB Blackhole in another two months even though its for dark cars and mine is a silver
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fordfan - The dashboard often picks up scratches which is irritating. The part where the HU sits is susceptible to minor scratches such as nail marks, scuffs etc., is there any way to conceal these marks?
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fordfan - no worries There is one product known as "Forever Black" but seems to be more of something that needs to be used for bumpers and other external black parts.
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