I just purchased some and curious to know how long I should expect it to last. My paint is in pretty good shape (light swirls/marring), and I am going to apply by hand w/ a foam pad.
Interesting. That's useful. I don't see the package you described, only 1 of each color:I didnt see the link earlier sorry about that.. if you are going to do it by hand Poorboys sells the Lake County Hand Applicator pads.. i would buy a 4 pack 2 red a black and a white start off with the black and see if it will remove the light marring that you described.. if not you can try the white but in most cases the black will be enough. the red is great for your final step as they have no cutting ability.
Interesting. That's useful. I don't see the package you described, only 1 of each color:
If I wanted to go back and redo it, I have to do all the same steps again right? wash, clay, ipa, polish, then another coat for the seal? :smt091
You wont have to redo it allDo I have to repeat everything I did yesterday?
Sound's like a better idea. My friend has a GG buffer that I can use before the winter. I'll make sure I get a black pad for the polish.You wont have to redo it all
Use Spray and Wipe for a waterless wash than do the polish and seal step again if you would like to remove the slight marring.
If I was you though I might wait till the winter is approaching and do a polishing and a sealant coat then .... just leave it for now.
If using PWS with a black pad it will leave protection behind. Not as much as a straight coat of sealant would though but like I said before about 2 monthsWhen I polish with the black pad, do I have to apply a second coat to seal? Or should this step seal it as well?