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After correcting my paint I always get confused as to what comes next.  

 

Paint has been correct up to needing sealing/waxing.  Just wondering what the ideal combination based on others experiences is based the polish stage.

 

In what order do you guys generally apply sealant, glaze, americana, and so on?

 

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Nearly everyone I know rocks the ultimate combo of, Sealant, BG and Wax.

 

I use Patriot or Americana.

 

 

 

In between sessions you can always toss a BG coat on the night before/day of a car show for winning.

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For me, it depends.

 

If it's my daily driver truck, I usually skip the glaze step, but occasionally I'll throw it on. If it's my dads Nova, I skip the sealant step as the car never sees any weather worse than a partly cloudy sky. So, if it's a daily driver, I would go sealant followed by wax. If it's a pure show car, glaze followed by wax. If it's somewhere in between, hit it with all 3. You have the order correct though. Sealant, glaze, wax.

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my process after correction is sealant (I use quick sealant), then a coat of glaze, then top that with americana.  It is my DD but detailing is a hobby so I apply a coat of glaze with almost every wash or at a minimum every other wash for that extra pop.  

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