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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post
    Thanks for that review. It made me curious, as it sounds like it has the potential to be in my arsenal. For certain jobs.

    I checked online, their own web site, and they do say it has cleaners...

    " You get easy application, paint cleaners, no white residue, trim safe, concealing and of course, protection. "

    My bottle dorsn’t say anything about cleaners in it. I’m glad you confirmed my findings! Thank you!l buddy!!

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    That "spouse test" is pretty good, huh?...as long as you don`t tip your hand.
    I didn’t even tell her that I waxed it.

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    Re: Dr Oldz Nuba Thread (Master Edition)

    I just put a coat of Souveran on the wife’s SUV. It already had some good stuff on it, but I’ll see if she notices any differences.
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    I didn’t even tell her that I waxed it.
    Right, gotta keep it a "blind test". I never tell mine that I`m doing something unless I need to explain why it`s off the road for days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acuRAS82 View Post
    I just put a coat of Souveran on the wife’s SUV. It already had some good stuff on it, but I’ll see if she notices any differences.
    Did *you* notice any real difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Oldz View Post
    My bottle doesn’t say anything about cleaners in it. I’m glad you confirmed my findings! Thank you!l buddy!!
    You`re welcome

    Question: How do you think this would work on old single stage paint? Or does anyone have suggestions for oxidized SS paint?

    I do NOT want to do the M7 treatment again! Nooooooo thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    Did *you* notice any real difference?
    It went on top of a few week old Polish Angel Black Wulfenite, which is an already amazing looking carnauba Spray with SiO2 and TiO2 base. Under poor garage lighting last night I couldn’t tell a difference. This morning I got 30 seconds to see my wife drive it out of the driveway. The car looked stunning, extremely rich black look to it. Perhaps a bit smoother reflections, Probably more so than before... but could have just been early morning lighting.

    summary: whether in my head or not, I do believe I noticed it, and regardless, the car looks absolutely stunning, I think in a different, more rich way than it looked before (before was a bit more glassy and sharp).

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    Re: Dr Oldz Nuba Thread (Master Edition)

    Having dealt with ss a*LOT* since the `70s (and the Jag still has that; actually, I often prefer ss over b/c), oxidized ss can take some oomph; the chemical cleaners Meguiar`s put in their "Cleaners" back in the day were awfully potent for just that reason, had to be careful to do uniform work.

    IME, even the most potent CleanerWaxes were often too mild, and I`d expect that to still be true, especially now that everything`s (cough cough) clearcoat-safe. I`d be leaning towards a dedicated Paint Cleaner or at least a potent AIO, but let`s see what Dr. Oldz thinks.

    Of course the best course of action is to avoid the oxidation in the first place (though some say it`s inevitable and it might be to *some* extent if you want to split hairs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by acuRAS82 View Post
    summary: whether in my head or not, I do believe I noticed it, and regardless, the car looks absolutely stunning, I think in a different, more rich way than it looked before (before was a bit more glassy and sharp).
    OK, fair enough! If you change your mind in either direction it`d be interesting I was kinda the same way when I started using different Drying Aids, took me a while to determine that I really was seeing something genuinely different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post
    You`re welcome

    Question: How do you think this would work on old single stage paint? Or does anyone have suggestions for oxidized SS paint?

    I do NOT want to do the M7 treatment again! Nooooooo thank you.
    Banana gloss may be good for maintaining SS paint but definitely not for oxidized SS. You need the #7 treatment or if the paint is thick enough, some mechanical abrasives. Even some of the best AIO’s with quality abrasives aren’t aggressive enough for severely oxidized SS paint.

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    OK, fair enough! If you change your mind in either direction it`d be interesting I was kinda the same way when I started using different Drying Aids, took me a while to determine that I really was seeing something genuinely different.
    I got to see the car tonight and I can definitely see the difference. The car looks wet and inky black, reflections are smooth. Different from the previous sharp, crisp reflections. I love both looks, Souveran is the flavor I want and love at this moment.

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    Re: Dr Oldz Nuba Thread (Master Edition)

    Well,Autopia is running a 25% off sale.

    I may buy some more waxes that I’ll never use up.
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    Re: Dr Oldz Nuba Thread (Master Edition)

    Check this deal out guys!

    https://www.autogeek.net/orblmisunwax.html

    Crazy not to get this if you don`t have it!
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    Check this deal out guys!

    https://www.autogeek.net/orblmisunwax.html

    Crazy not to get this if you don`t have it!
    Wow. They are just giving this stuff away. They gave me two of the smaller sized containers in my last order. This reminds me of the Pinnacle deal when the labels were crooked.

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    Re: Dr Oldz Nuba Thread (Master Edition)

    Also check out the other BF stuff they are selling at a super low discount. Plus 25% off. Stock up quick.

 

 
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