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    How should I proceed question

    Okay so I was doing a final season full wash yesterday afternoon so I can do full clean inside out and put a paint sceallant for winter but right after I done rinsing off the car after washing don't know what happened just fell sick. Threw up and laid in bed until 11am this morning.

    So now I didn't drove the car yet and it seem clean, there is a light rain to.

    Could I just dry it off once slight rain stops and apply scelaant or should I re-wash the car..

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    Re: How should I proceed question

    In this case, i should have used "wash and wax anywhere" or "ultimate quick detailer" Dont make it harder then what it is!

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    Re: How should I proceed question

    Quote Originally Posted by snozan View Post
    In this case, i should have used "wash and wax anywhere" or "ultimate quick detailer" Dont make it harder then what it is!

    I have a quick detailer but not sure if it can cause bonding issues for the wax/scellanbt because the detailer in itself has a wax rejuvanator, has like sceallant properties in it.

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    Re: How should I proceed question

    I see. I dont use anything else then the "ultimate serie" and honestly nver thought about any "bonding issues", Maybe you overthink it? Wash the car again then

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    Quote Originally Posted by snozan View Post
    I see. I dont use anything else then the "ultimate serie" and honestly nver thought about any "bonding issues", Maybe you overthink it? Wash the car again then
    Yeah .. man I guess I'll wait. I think next week there will be sun and above 0 deg celcius. Man I hate winter.

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    Re: How should I proceed question

    Yea, i guess quebec have the same as Sweden. All months with a "R" in it, is just cold and wet :-P however we expirence some really warm weather for this time of the year. Around +9 *C. Should be loads of snow now

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    Quote Originally Posted by snozan View Post
    Yea, i guess quebec have the same as Sweden. All months with a "R" in it, is just cold and wet :-P however we expirence some really warm weather for this time of the year. Around +9 *C. Should be loads of snow now
    Oh we do have some actual summers here tho. Like usually in summer everyday is between 20c and 30c

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