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    Which one

    I have finished detailing my three vehicles
    Power lock was used for the LSP
    I want to see if I can get a little different look maybe more depth with a car Nuba
    I watched pan the organizers video and he topped power lock with collinite insulator wax and spoke highly of it
    I don’t have any insulator wax and not going to buy any but I do have collinite 476S and Nattys blue paste wax (both 10 or more years old, been kept inside the house and they don’t seem to be dried out)
    I know some of you have used 476 as a topper but what about the Nattys
    Really don’t hear much conversation about the Nattys anymore
    Any opinions?



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    Re: Which one

    Natty’s fan here.
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    Re: Which one

    Carnauba .... wax..... what is this witchcraft you speak off?


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    Re: Which one

    It might be witchcraft after reading this and the other thread that ronkh put up
    https://www.autopia.org/forums/poorb...ttys+pasts+wax

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    Re: Which one

    One of my favorite go to`s from time to time is Autoglym Extra Gloss Protection. It doesn`t get allot of attention, but I actually happen to like it. Just some food for thought.

    I do have Insulator Wax in my arsenal. Protection wise, it`s ok... I`m just not a huge fan on of it.
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    Re: Which one

    Fishroes- It wasn`t in the running, but since you mentioned 845...that isn`t even *CLOSE* to a wax I`d choose for "depth"/etc. It`s so far from that kind of look that I`m astounded anybody would suggest it!

    No experience with the Natty`s, but I`ve used the 476S for this, to specifically "tone down" the look of a b/c paint so it looked more like the single-stage that should`ve been on that car. And I`d sure expect a wax kept in climate-controlled conditions to stay good for a lot longer than a decade, can`t imagine using up a tin that fast.

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    Re: Which one

    Yep.. Used Natty`s blue side x side with Dodo Purple haze soft.
    They were similar with Natty`s taking the lead in :
    price
    ease of use, went on faster.
    brightness in depth, not darkening.
    water beading and slickness lasted long after Dodo Purple Haze. (DPH is no slouch 3 months min.)

    In all fairness, gave away Natty`s to a coworker, who loved it. Kept the Dodo for myself.
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    Re: Which one

    Natty’s.


    The ability to clean my towels really well is one of the main reasons why I stick to traditional sealants and waxes.

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    Re: Which one

    I was thinking Nattys also
    I ordered some poorboys spray and gloss to use with the Nattys paste wax like ronkh did



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    Re: Which one

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishroes View Post
    I was thinking Nattys also
    I ordered some poorboys spray and gloss to use with the Nattys paste wax like ronkh did



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    I remember that little trick, of course I did it with Natty’s Black, talk about a darkening effect.

 

 

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