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    Hey hey hey,

    Weather permitting im going to tackle a big detail tommorow and had a thought, after spraying my side skirts with G101 by accident/on purpose i noticed that it has stripped the protection off and thought if i was to foam the car with it would it take all the protection off so i can get down to polishing the paint and not just the wax..

    Im going to clay it first but i got that bilthamber soft clay and i feel as if it doesnt strip the wax off as im using AG EGP and Collintie 476 so its pretty sturdy stuff...

    You reckon this is a good or a bad idea? and what dillution ratios would i require?

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    The other option is to use a polish something thats not to abrasive but enough to get through the wax.
     
     

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    You would dye your wife if you had the chance! Oh no ive put this idea in your head now!!

    hmmmm phillipino wife....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky68 View Post
    The other option is to use a polish something thats not to abrasive but enough to get through the wax.
    Just been reassured by neil from perfection detailing that yes.. a good inch in the lance foamed twice and left for 5 mins each time will strip me of the wax and sealant..
     
     

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