I'm not exactly sure when I discovered this stuff, but to date I always come back to it this topped with Collinite 845. I've tried dozens and dozens of other waxes, sealants, and coatings, but the combination of this Polymer Sealant and 845 is really hard to beat.
The combo is to put Jescar Powerlock+ as the base layer (polymer sealant) and top that with 2 coats of 845. You could certainly use this as a stand alone sealant, but I've found to only last a few months. The concept here is to get the sealant to bond with the paint, then the wax to bond with the sealant. Waxes and sealants don't always chemically play well together, but this and 845 are great together. As the 845 wears away, you'll still hopefully have the base layer of Power Lock Plus holding out for more longevity.
This looks better than anything else I've ever used outside of maybe Swissvax Concorso, but lasts a lot longer and is more durable. Coatings may last longer and bead water better, but this is still my go-to solution.
The bottle is 1 Pint.
Here is how I use it:
Prior to application, I'd recommend wiping the vehicle down with CarPro Eraser or a 20% Isopropyl Alcohol solution to prepare the surface for sealant.
Add a few very small pea sized dots to your applicator pad. I use Adam's Yellow foam applicator pad for this.
I'll generally start on the hood working my way around the entire car. By the time I've applied to all of the painted surfaces (avoid trim and glass), you are ready to remove. Use sparingly, you don't need a lot of this stuff.
I use Red Wax Removal Microfiber Towel to wipe off.
I would pay money to see your face after running the back of your hand across this stuff. Life-changingly smooth!
After letting the layer of Jescar Powerlock Plus cure for 3 hours I'll add a coat of Collinite 845 wax to add depth and extra protection to this base layer of sealant.
Maintain using Optimum Spray Wax as your drying aid.
I usually get 6-9 months of protection from this combo.
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