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Old 4/29/12, 04:33 PM   #1
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Blackfire Wet Diamond Sealant and Midnight Sun Wax

Anyone have experience with using Blackfire Wet Diamond Sealant? I am a novice and wonder if this is will be hard to apply and/or create problems that are hard to remedy. Will it come off if I mess up the application? Also, any experience with applying Blackfire Midnight Sun Ivory Carnauba Wax on top of the Blackfire Wet Diamond Sealant? Do you need the wax if you use the sealant? Thanks.
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I'd recommend just getting the sealant for now. Very user friendly and easy to use. Get the hang of using a sealant, and using it often before going to a carnauba based wax and you'll better be able to form an opinion of what you do and do not like.
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Thanks so much. I appreciate the response.
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BFWD is very easy to apply. It leaves a very slick feel to the car and can last quite a while depending on if the car is stored in a garage or if it is parked overnight. If you are going to apply multiple coats of BFWD it is recommended that you wait 24 hours between them to allow it to cure properly.
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