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    Cool polymer sealant 20!?

    should i apply this product after the wax or before.

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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    sealant should always be applied before wax

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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    It is also a mild cleaner, so makes sense to use first.
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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    Quote Originally Posted by Murr1525 View Post
    It is also a mild cleaner, so makes sense to use first.
    Yep!

    Looks good on it's own too and leaves a nice slick finish.
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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    here is a good Chart, it helped me in the early goings.....


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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    Quote Originally Posted by RaskyR1 View Post
    Yep!

    Looks good on it's own too and leaves a nice click finish.
    Yep, again.

    You don't need to use a wax after applying M20 as it serves the same purpose. The term "sealant" is used to describe those products that function like a traditional wax but are either fully synthetic and contain no actual wax (like NXT and M21 for example) or in the case of M20, a product that is mostly synthetic but still contains a small amount of natural wax.
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    Re: polymer sealant 20!?

    I really like the Auto Geek flow chart, easy to read.
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