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      03-15-2015, 09:02 PM   #177
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Jeez this product is amazing. I applied this beginning of November and this was the second pressure wash I gave it. No hand wash. It still beads like day one. Only thing to note is my rear doesn't bead anywhere near as wel as the rest of the car. Thanks test pipes
That's really amazing , thanks for posting the pic !
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Sonax polymer net shield. Applied at the beginning of November amd car is driven on the weekends garaged 24/7. This is the first time it has seen water since application.

Is it necessary to top Sonax PNS with something else?
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Beading Ceramic 9H coated carbon Roof

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Is it necessary to top Sonax PNS with something else?
not necessary at all, but i would highly recommend it. pns and brilliant shine detailer (it's a spray wax really) are a duo basically. i haven't had the chance to use it myself, but from everything i've gathered it basically will boost up pns once it starts to lose its characteristics. it aids in the drying process as well so it will only help the normal car washing process and not add too much time if any at all.
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Is it necessary to top Sonax PNS with something else?
not necessary at all, but i would highly recommend it. pns and brilliant shine detailer (it's a spray wax really) are a duo basically. i haven't had the chance to use it myself, but from everything i've gathered it basically will boost up pns once it starts to lose its characteristics. it aids in the drying process as well so it will only help the normal car washing process and not add too much time if any at all.
I've always used their brilliant shine detailer, great product really, but I was really wondering if it could benefit from a good carnauba wax or if it will actually shorten its life.
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I've always used their brilliant shine detailer, great product really, but I was really wondering if it could benefit from a good carnauba wax or if it will actually shorten its life.
i'm not a big believer in adding a wax over a sealant. sure it'll give you good looks but it will degrade pretty quickly since it isn't bonding to the paint. i don't see why a wax would degrade a sealant.
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i don't see why a wax would degrade a sealant.
Thats what I was thinking
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Is it necessary to top Sonax PNS with something else?
not necessary at all, but i would highly recommend it. pns and brilliant shine detailer (it's a spray wax really) are a duo basically. i haven't had the chance to use it myself, but from everything i've gathered it basically will boost up pns once it starts to lose its characteristics. it aids in the drying process as well so it will only help the normal car washing process and not add too much time if any at all.
I've always used their brilliant shine detailer, great product really, but I was really wondering if it could benefit from a good carnauba wax or if it will actually shorten its life.
I personally wouldn't top PNS with a wax. Tested it myself and the wax didn't last at all so not worth the effort. From what I was told adding a wax to it could shorten the durability slightly so that's why everyone recommends brilliant shine QD
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Is it necessary to top Sonax PNS with something else?
not necessary at all, but i would highly recommend it. pns and brilliant shine detailer (it's a spray wax really) are a duo basically. i haven't had the chance to use it myself, but from everything i've gathered it basically will boost up pns once it starts to lose its characteristics. it aids in the drying process as well so it will only help the normal car washing process and not add too much time if any at all.
I've always used their brilliant shine detailer, great product really, but I was really wondering if it could benefit from a good carnauba wax or if it will actually shorten its life.
I personally wouldn't top PNS with a wax. Tested it myself and the wax didn't last at all so not worth the effort. From what I was told adding a wax to it could shorten the durability slightly so that's why everyone recommends brilliant shine QD
Thanks
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