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      Which thread to see in the Detailing Guide Book?
      Can you please post the thread link?
      I am a little lazy

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      Quote Originally Posted by sagarpadaki View Post
      You, my dear friends, have to spend some time on the detailing guide book section of this forum.
      Agreed.
      All the information, which there is no dearth of in this forum, cannot be gained by a simple yes or no answer. I have started going through the detailing threads, which are numerous and may take some time.
      However, I think a simple yes or no would suffice in this case.
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      Quote Originally Posted by cityinnova View Post
      Agreed.
      All the information, which there is no dearth of in this forum, cannot be gained by a simple yes or no answer. I have started going through the detailing threads, which are numerous and may take some time.
      However, I think a simple yes or no would suffice in this case.
      Alright, for starters surface prep means washing, claying.

      Collinite 845,megs nxt tech wax are good sealants to start off with.

      On the higher end of the spectrum you have four star upp, gtechniq c2v3,blackfire, menzerna power lock, klasse high gloss sealant glaze to name a few

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      Is this ok-

      Wash with shampoo
      Remove tar stains with diesel (there are a few)
      Wash again
      Apply Amway Silicon Glaze (I have a bottle), polish with cloth.
      Apply wax (Collinite 845 etc) polish with cloth.
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      Quote Originally Posted by RVSB View Post
      How to top up?
      What to top up?
      With what?
      I am a noob when it comes to detailing.
      Yes, a little rain is enough to wash of all the wax.
      Start with something inexpensive like Waxpol Carnauba (costs around 250-300). Apply is only under the sun and very thin layer.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cityinnova View Post
      Apply Amway Silicon Glaze (I have a bottle), polish with cloth.
      Apply wax (Collinite 845 etc) polish with cloth.
      Thats ok, but ideally for better binding with the paint you need to get the silicones left by the glaze out (but that may take out the fillers also which hide the small swirl and scratches), so do IPA wipedown after silicone glaze (take rubbing alcohol, mix 1:1 in water, spray and wipe). I personally coat over silicone glaze but I use inexpensive Waxpol wax.
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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      There are 2 products I have used, the one you have found is orange tin, the original waxpol auto polish. This one is also good but I am currently using this Waxpol - Carnauba Car Polish - 250gm. The best way to source them is contact waxpol on phone directly and ask for any dealer near you (Welcome to Waxpol Industries Limited) Call them up, don't rely on email. The dealer will give you better discount for e.g. I got carnauba tin for Rs. 220.

      You can see my thread about these waxes here Waxpol Auto Polish - The Forgotten Magic Wax and here Sunday Detailing my Honda Amaze
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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      I saw your thread and I amazed by seeing the results on your Amaze.
      Can I get it locally in Chennai? I dont want to pay that extra Rs. 50 for shipping.
      Last edited by RVSB; 11th Apr 2015 at 13:20.

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      Quote Originally Posted by coolash View Post
      Start with something inexpensive like Waxpol Carnauba (costs around 250-300). Apply is only under the sun and very thin layer.

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      Thats ok, but ideally for better binding with the paint you need to get the silicones left by the glaze out (but that may take out the fillers also which hide the small swirl and scratches), so do IPA wipedown after silicone glaze (take rubbing alcohol, mix 1:1 in water, spray and wipe). I personally coat over silicone glaze but I use inexpensive Waxpol wax.
      Well if you do a IPA wipedown after silicon glaze it will remove everything left behind by the glaze. So you may as well not apply the glaze in the first place.

      Glazes are designed to be topped with a sealant. Also sealants are not so finicky about squeaky clean surface like coatings.

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      Quote Originally Posted by RVSB View Post
      Can I get it locally in Chennai? I dont want to pay that extra Rs. 50 for shipping.
      Just give waxpol a call, they have dealers in all major cities AFAIK
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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