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 Post subject: Jetseal 109
PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:10 pm 
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Hi Guy's ..

Well purchased some Jetseal 109 for my new Ultimate Green Focus RS Last week , just used it for the 1st time today with amazing results !!

Just want to know if this is a product that i can use week in week out or is it to be used just once a month , once every 6 months ?

If the latter what can i use week in week out to make it nice & shiney ?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:14 pm 
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You will not need to apply Jetseal 109 weekly. If it is your final layer, then you will need to re-apply after about 6 weeks, but if you top it with a wax it will be less often.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:29 pm 
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Ok thanks for your quick reply , i want to wax it every week , may i ask what wax you suggest to go over the top of the jetseal ? of course one that i can use every week


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:34 pm 
Tiny01 wrote:
Ok thanks for your quick reply , i want to wax it every week , may i ask what wax you suggest to go over the top of the jetseal ? of course one that i can use every week

the choice's are endless mate,if i owned that colour id check out the dodo range from tim.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:43 pm 
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One of the Chemical Guys quick detailers would be the obvious choice - their Synthetic Quick Detailer will bring that gorgeous gloss back every time. Use one of their shampoos, too - Extreme Body Wash & Wax would be nice.

Of course, you can apply every week - it's not necessary, not by a long shot, but if you enjoy it ... well, why not? It's your money.

Chemical Guys Blitz would be a nice follow on, too :idea: Spray onto a pad, wipe over, let haze and buff off. Easy :wink:

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:58 pm 
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You can't go wrong with Dodo Juice wax imo.

There's no point in waxing every week as the evidence seems to suggest that after the first 2 layers all you are doing is taking the last layer off each time you apply another one. As pjgh says above a quick detailer would be all you need in between applying another layer of wax every 4 to 6 weeks or longer.

Three Dodo waxes I would recommend are Supernatural, Rubbish Boy's Juiced Edition and Rainforest Rub as these are my personal favourites.

There's loads of other waxes in the Dodo Juice range - it might be worth looking at buting some sample pots first in order to try them (you can always sell or swop the ones you don't like so much).

If your looking for cheaper waxes then Chemical Guy's Pete's 53 or the Poorboy's World Natty's range (Red, White and Blue), would also be worth considering.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 7:18 pm 
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I can testify that Chemical Guys (CG) Pete's 53' or 5050 works beautifully on top of Jetseal.

Ditto above you will only need to apply wax every few months if that, any more is a waste.

If you want to keep that shine tip top, wash correctly and use a Quick detailer.

CG Pro-Detailer is very good and adds Carnuba on each use.

http://www.chemicalguys.com/Automotive_ ... 114_16.htm

CG Site wrote:
Professionals, detailers and many of our customers have found that diluting Pro-Detailer 2parts product to 1part water. will eliminate any streaking, while saving the user money and reducing wash time. (Hey we're here to help you save money)


I'd also recommend some top MF's : http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/microfibr ... d_436.html

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 7:37 pm 
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The CG 50/50 is the recomended wax to pair with jetseal but thats just CG's statement, biased obviously.
As stated, you wont need to wax every week but once a month will keep it well protected.
The downside to multiple layers of wax is should you ever need correction work it adds to the time on the job marginally but thats what you pay for :lol:
I always recomend dodo juice waxes and from the ones ive used, rainforest rub ( first production wax ) is a fantastic, user friendly wax, very durable and glossy, juiced edition is a great wet look wax but lacks the durabilty of RFR but still a great wax.
Supernatural is the dodo flagship wax, if purchased in the wood pot there is something that gives you that sauve, rich feeling when using it yet it doesnt do the things that RFR and juiced do for looks from that point of view I would go with RFR and the bonus is its the cheapest out of all of them.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:15 pm 
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Chemical Guys pair both Pete's 53 and 50/50 as good waxes to follow on with:
http://www.chemicalguys.com/BEST_SHINE_ ... ol_111.htm
http://www.chemicalguys.com/Mobile_Deta ... ol_101.htm

If you want to proceed to the wax as a topper then either will be very good indeed. Also, with a wax finish their Pro-Detailer would be the better choice.

Defends whether you want to proceed to a wax, or not.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:28 pm 
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Nothing more to add really, choose your wax to top off and enjoy keeping it looking good. :cool:


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:35 pm 
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Hey guys ..

Firstly thank you for all the comments / advice , it looks like the CG wax is the way to go then , Is there a UK based company that i can purchase these products from ?

Just that the links posted are american sites & the prices are posted in Dollars ??

Or am i missing something ?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:42 pm 
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You can get the shampoos, Pete's 53, Blitz and the QDs from here:
http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/chemical-guys/cat_49.html

... but the 50/50 and Pro-Detailer are available from:
http://www.chemicalguysuk.com/

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:47 pm 
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Thanks Paul


So is it to be the Pete's 53 or the 50/50 Choice's choice's lol !!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 10:18 pm 
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The CG 50/50 is the recomended wax to pair with jetseal but thats just CG's statement, biased obviously.


Of course they recommend their product, or do you expect CG to recommend "Halfords super wax ?" :lol:

edited to take out horrible sexist comment :D

edited to take the boring Swissvax rant out :roll:

CG needless to say - even though they are in the US - answered straight away with some great advice and seem a genuinely nice bunch of guys.

ditto edited this bit also

Re Pete's 53' or 5050 IMHO Pete's gives a slightly lighter fruitier gloss and 5050 a slightly darker deeper gloss - on Alfa Red. On Black both sparkle perfectly.

Pete's is cheaper and smells the best, 5050 lasts (beeding wise) a little longer possibly but that's the old 5050, I am yet to try the new 5050 blend, sitting in my Garage.

Yet to go with the Dodo. No need to..

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lord melch wrote:
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The CG 50/50 is the recomended wax to pair with jetseal but thats just CG's statement, biased obviously.


Of course they recommend their product, or do you expect CG to recommend "Halfords super wax ?" :lol:


THERE'S A HALFORDS SUPERWAX?????
Where's my credit card?

Back to sniffing products - yeah, Pete's is quite addictive :oops:

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