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  1. As a rule of thumb, any and every chemical, paint or other liquid should be shaken before being used unless the instructions state not to, such as carbonated soda. Liquids will separate over time and this is not unique to Adam' products, it is pretty much every product. I will state that I agree that as a general statement on every bottle and gallon there could be a line added to state "shake before using" to leave no doubt.
  2. My bad also - I was referring to the Paste Wax.
  3. I also have a couple of vehicles with the Ceramic Paste Wax and absolutely love it. The one thing to keep in mind with the Ceramic Paste Wax is that a little bit goes a long way, so use a very thin coat.
  4. Hi Jack, I'm going to presume you meant CS3 for the alternate product. In my case, I have about a 1/2 gallon of Boost left so I alternate between CS3 and Boost. To be honest, I'm not sure I'll purchase any more Boost once it is gone given how great of a job CS3 does.
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    Joey D

    Welcome to the Forum Joey.
  6. Hi Ellis, If I was still in Tonawanda, NY 3 days a week, I'd gladly help out, but only until the snow flies. Good luck with your coating and Chris's advice above is spot on.
  7. Mine will look like that during pollen season and a misty rain and it just rinses right off. Knowing what was there before what it looks like after a actual rinse with some water volume will tell us a lot.
  8. Welcome to the Forum Jeremy.
  9. The best thing that I have found is to almost eliminate the brake dust from sticking in the first place. Ceramic or Graphene Coated wheels and the use of Ceramic Brake Pads makes for an easy rinse. I also use towels for the wheels and other non-body areas, but almost always just need the shampoo that goes on the rest of the vehicle. The Ceramic Brake Pads are not cheap, but they work well and the brake dust is almost non-existent. If you are using regular brake pads, then I follow the same guidelines as the members above have noted.
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