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This is a discussion on Great Shine within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by garver I love Klasse products. I use it on my daily driver by itself, but on my ...

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    04 Cobra 'vert - M6 mysti
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    Quote Originally Posted by garver View Post
    I love Klasse products. I use it on my daily driver by itself, but on my other cars i use it as a base and then top it with a wax
    Hey bud, as someone who's used this stuff on multiple vehicles, including a daily driver, can you say how long it lasts? Does it last 6 months or more like they claim? Especially on the DD if it sees rain...?

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    My Ws6 is not my daily driver and it has been about 10 months i believe and its till beads. My Jaguar S-type had it on during the winter last year and it lasted for around 7 months for me being my daily driver. I used 2 coats of it for the winter.

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    04 Cobra 'vert - M6 mysti
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    Quote Originally Posted by garver View Post
    My Ws6 is not my daily driver and it has been about 10 months i believe and its till beads. My Jaguar S-type had it on during the winter last year and it lasted for around 7 months for me being my daily driver. I used 2 coats of it for the winter.
    Sweet. That sounds well worth the effort. Thanks!

    I have the WS6 all done, with All-in-One and Sealant Glaze. On the Cobra I have just gotten the All-in-One applied...

    One additional thing I have noticed is that with the All-in-One, if you miss wiping down a spot and notice it later, you can still wipe it off ok. But the Sealant Glaze sets harder and if you catch a spot later you can't just wipe it off. I was freaking out when I moved it out into the sun and saw how bad a wipe/buff job I had done. It looked so good in the garage light...

    But the dried glaze wipes off easily with some detailer spray. Car looked damn good after I wiped it down. But now I understand why they recommend using an electric buffer with the glaze, it's much more demanding than the All-in-One...

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