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    Re: Help Wanted: Hybrid Ceramic Wax question

    Quote Originally Posted by Drmilr View Post
    Nick I was told by the tech line that waxes and sealants would not stick to HCW and I would have to use a compound to strip HCW before applying traditional waxes/sealants????
    Quote Originally Posted by cleeny View Post
    Could Nick or some other representative answer the above?

    The most recent Mr. Stoops YouTube video seems to mention HCW should be used as an LSP only. Do waxes, sealants, etc. not stick well to HCW?

    Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by cleeny View Post
    Bump?
    Logically speaking, since HCW sticks to other waxes/sealants, would not it work conversely? Lol.
    Imagine a layer of HCW on top of a layer of some wax. Now flip that image upside down. Bonds are bonds, no?
    Or is it a matter of HCW sticks to another LSP only when it goes through its activation?

    So... I would also like to know if I could get a wetter shine by following HCW with carnauba. This way I have double protection.
    Quote Originally Posted by cleeny View Post
    Right, but some of us don't care about that and just want dual layer protection with carnauba on top for max gloss. (Once the carnauba wears down, we still have the layer of HCW.)
    You can still apply a more traditional sealant or carnauba based wax over the top of our Hybrid Ceramic Products. We just do not recommend it because you will not get the water beading characteristics. Also, Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax or Hybrid Ceramic Spray Wax does not need to be compounded off in order to remove it, clay will remove, or another mild cleaner/polish like our Ultimate Polish, certain chemicals will remove also. Possible miscommunication regarding what our tech line said.
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    Re: Help Wanted: Hybrid Ceramic Wax question

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    You can still apply a more traditional sealant or carnauba based wax over the top of our Hybrid Ceramic Products. We just do not recommend it because you will not get the water beading characteristics. Also, Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax or Hybrid Ceramic Spray Wax does not need to be compounded off in order to remove it, clay will remove, or another mild cleaner/polish like our Ultimate Polish, certain chemicals will remove also. Possible miscommunication regarding what our tech line said.
    I digress a little regarding my above comments on removing our Hybrid Ceramic products, clay will knock down our Hybrid Ceramic Products significantly, but a Polish or Compound would be ideal. For example, Ultimate Polish by machine will work to remove. A compound like our Ultimate Compound will always work to remove.
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    Re: Help Wanted: Hybrid Ceramic Wax question

    Thank you, Nick.

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