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Couldn't get all MSW off..


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So I used MSW on my black SS for the first time with the PC, wiped it off with the PC and a microfiber 2 hours later, and then went over it again with microfiber and DS the next day to get the rest. Or so at least I thought...

 

It was cloudy for the next few days, so I couldn't see it in the sun.. when I finally did I saw that there were some spots where I did not get all of it off - you can see the streaks. Am I going to have to polish it again o get the streaks out??

 

The MSW is too much work, I think I am going to have to stick with BW. How easy does Americana come off? I'd be willing to try this...

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Did you apply the MSW in direct sunlight or when the surface was too hot? If so, it might make MSW removal more difficult.

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Did you use Adam's microfiber or some other brand? Some other microfibers do not remove residue as well as Adams does.

 

Yes, I used Adam's microfiber. I also used DS when a dry MF didn't work, but it just seemed to push it around. I don't think I used too much MSW, but I guess it's possible. Either way, I would prefer BW after this experience because its just too much work.

 

As far as removing the streaks/haze that are present because I couldn't get all of the product off, do you think Revive will work, or will I need FMP? I did a small spot with FMP and the blue hex pad yesterday and that worked, but I'd like to use Revive if I can.

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MSW takes a little more work but protects like CRAZY! Americana is SUPER easy to get of and 2 coats provides almost the same protection as MSW.

 

Hey Chris,

 

Do you notice any difference in the way the paint looks when comparing the two? Does one have depth verses a wet look?

 

I'm kinda partial to sealants as of late but was curious if one product gives the paint a different look over the other.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

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Did you apply the MSW in direct sunlight or when the surface was too hot? If so, it might make MSW removal more difficult.

 

No, I applied the wax in my garage in the evening, and it was 60 degrees outside. What is the least aggressive method to remove the haze/streaks now that the residue has dried?

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