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    Ultimate Polish in humid climate

    Hey guys,

    So I noticed today when using the UP by hand, it was unusually hard to wipe off. It started to 'flake' or leave a ''dusty' substance while wiping away.

    I wiped it off immediately like always, but it's stupid humid in NC right now, could it have dried that quickly??

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    Re: Ultimate Polish in humid climate

    Kinda sounds like you may have 'over worked' the polish. Ya don't wanna work it till it dries before one wipes the residue.

    Are you working by hand or machine?

    Bill

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    Re: Ultimate Polish in humid climate

    Humidity can definitely play in role in ease of application. One thought, make sure when you go to wipe off the product, it is a light wet translucent film, opposed to a thick white residue. This will make for the easiest wipe off. You shouldn't need a whole lot of product, sometimes users will have to use less when they hear what it should look like when wiping off (the thin film).
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