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    Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    Hi there.... i thought i had this sorted out now im a bit confused again 😀

    I have both LT(d155) & XPress spray wax (d156). My question is that i cannot anymore find out the differences... can somebody clearify this for me ( i comes from the consumer line im new in the detailer product line).

    They can both be used as a drying agent? Which one is best?

    LT can be used with clay ....

    Xpress a bit more like a wax longer protection but more effort to put on so not for the normal wash?



    Once i read that after each was LT was good as a drying plus touch up. Then after 3..5 washes THEN use xpress spray wax because its more a quick "wax" plus adds protection? But why not use that everytime? Why LT then?

    Omg im confused is it overkill to have both then when they are the same?

    Can somebody tell if they have both when they use what?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    Last Touch is a detail spray that can be diluted to be used as a clay lubricant. It can be used to remove light dust in between washes. It can also be used as a drying aid.

    D156 is a spray wax. Meaning it will leave protection behind unlike D155 that does not. D156 is recommended to bu used on clean paint or as a drying aid. It has no cleaning ability.

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    so if im digging after how to use this after a wash what would you do? would you do the wife off with a "wafer" towel with the LT and then after that again use D156 so like 2 "products" after a wash!? or would you assume the car is "clean" just use D156? because i was use to before to use UQD after each was infact dry a little first then spray on and wife of (only with a litte water on the car) with great results... can i dublicate this via LT or D156?

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    Depends on what you are trying to achieve. You can use D156 as a drying if you want to leave protection behind. If not then D155 would be the way to go.

    Sheet rinse the car and then follow up with your drying aid. You will only have a little water left behind.

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    then let me ask another way, those two products are similar i would say - BUT how would YOU use them if it was YOU? do you have any recommendations!? nothing may then be directly "wrong" but I think i need some recommendations how to use these two the best way... and understand the differences right...

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    I use D156 solely as a drying aid and D155 for everything else (removing fingerprints, dust, claying lubrication...). I will also use D155 as a drying aid if I'm worried a gust of wind blew some dust onto the car while I'm drying it.


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    Okey so i then assume after a wash better use d156 also because of the beating even on windows and LT like you describe.... i have also read once that d156 is a bit more "wax" like. A bit more like a quick waxing protecting maybe a bit more complicated to put on but a good result. Then better use LT as "in between" but have You testet them up against each other regarding as a drying aid? Which is best in that regard?

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    I use LT as a drying aid and then i go over the car with D156 as it put's down protection so i get the gloss from both product's and protection from D156 and LT imo is slicker as a drying aid.

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    Okey great input thanks I think I will use it like that. Maybe last question: i then assume you use LT everytime after a wash! BUT do you use d156 also after every single wash? Or maybe every third time? I did it like that with the consumer products....

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    Re: Last touch and/or xpress spray wax

    I use both in that order after every wash buddy

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