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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Quote Originally Posted by CleanIt View Post
    How is the beading on this one? Among all the sprays Megs m799/HCD has had the best beads.
    I’d put Kami OverCoat, PA sprays and Gyeon wax against that remark.

    BSD and M799 beat beading coat wise for sure.


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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Exactly. If it can etch through clear coat which is stronger than a coating then it will etch through most anything.

    I would rather have the bird dropping etch the coating rather than the clear which coatings can do.
    In theory I agree. But in practice some products just don`t have water spot or etching problems. And the two seem linked. On product I loved, Z2 was notorious for both. I kept QD in the car so I could get the water spots or bird bomb off ASAP. I continuously had spots I had to use a strong compound to remove. That was an issue I never had with traditional carnauba based products. And it really isn`t an issue with more common sealants now. In fact I can`t recall a time I`ve had a bird bomb problem in the past ten years.

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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatings=crack View Post
    I’d put Kami OverCoat, PA sprays and Gyeon wax against that remark.

    BSD and M799 beat beading coat wise for sure.


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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax

    Never talked about anymore. I remember all the hype when it was released. Personally never used it.
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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Quote Originally Posted by PA DETAILER View Post
    Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax

    Never talked about anymore. I remember all the hype when it was released. Personally never used it.
    That whole line was hype. Not bad products but not outstanding. Personally my favorite was the WETS.

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    Re: Optimum spray wax...anything better?

    Quote Originally Posted by CleanIt View Post
    I meant from products I`ve tried. Should have been more clear.
    I know…. Just trying to bring you to the way overpriced dark side.


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