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      02-03-2009, 01:07 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by ScheerSpeed View Post
after the paint first dries, you can do anything but seal or wax. meaning, you can clay, polish, glaze, but just no wax or sealant. This is because the paint needs to "gas out" and all the solvents have to dissolve and evaporate, which can sometimes take 30-90 days.

However, Zaino claims that their sealants are safe to use on new paint, but i would still be skeptical about actually using it.
That's what the body shop manager at Kelly-Moss Motorsports told me when I had my old Benz fixed there. He said you should allow the paint to breathe for at least 30-60 days before you apply new wax to it.
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