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Spray Detail over Ceramic Paste Wax


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3 hours ago, Blackbird_ws.6 said:

Hello!


Question :

If using :

-Liquid Paint Sealant

-Ceramic Paste Wax

-Ceramic Boost

 

Could I use the Spray Detailer over to remove light dust etc, or would you recommend any of the water less washes over this?

You could use DS for lite dusting and for heavier dust & dirt use WW.

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5 hours ago, Blackbird_ws.6 said:

Hello!


Question :

If using :

-Liquid Paint Sealant

-Ceramic Paste Wax

-Ceramic Boost

 

Could I use the Spray Detailer over to remove light dust etc, or would you recommend any of the water less washes over this?

I would recommend using Waterless Wash to remove light dust.  

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7 minutes ago, Rich said:

I use Ceramic Wax on my daily driver and use Detail Spray all the time. No issues whatsoever.  Put it on in April, still sheeting water. And I use DS every wash for drying.   Fantastic results. 

 

DS it is :) 

 

No need for G&G obviously as the Booster would replace that product in this case.

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On 9/11/2018 at 1:32 PM, tlbullet said:

My car has ceramic coating along with CB.  You could use either DS or WW without effecting the hydrophobic properties of the CPW.  That info came straight from Adams customer sevice. 

That is good to know but I thought Adam's said that anything over boost would reduce the hydrophobic  properties.  I miss using detail spray for a drying aid so this is good info.

 

 

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