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I applied a coat of Americana about 6 weeks ago after polishing. I clayed and washed the car yesterday in preparation for a show tomorrow. Is it okay to apply BG today since I applied the wax so recently? Also, should I top it with another coat of Americana? Thanks for the help!

 

If it helps, the car is garaged but driven daily.

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I applied a coat of Americana about 6 weeks ago after polishing. I clayed and washed the car yesterday in preparation for a show tomorrow. Is it okay to apply BG today since I applied the wax so recently? Also, should I top it with another coat of Americana? Thanks for the help!

 

If it helps, the car is garaged but driven daily.

 

Ya know...my little method to madness is this:

 

Apply BG and two thin coats of APW.

 

Wait SIX WEEKS, apply BG again.

 

Wait two weeks, apply APW again.

 

Boom melt your face off....ANNNNNNNNND GO!

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I applied a coat of Americana about 6 weeks ago after polishing. I clayed and washed the car yesterday in preparation for a show tomorrow. Is it okay to apply BG today since I applied the wax so recently? Also, should I top it with another coat of Americana? Thanks for the help!

 

If it helps, the car is garaged but driven daily.

 

Yes, if you clayed....then your wax is gone anyway. BG is it, then top it with Buttery or Americana.

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