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Old 11/12/11, 08:25 AM
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Blackfire wet diamond

I tried out the polish and the hi gloss spray. Really easy to use, and great results. It's harder to get that deep shine on a lime than it is with the darker colors- black, blue, etc. And I did not do a hardcore detail session- basic wash, wheel cleaning, glass, then polish and hit it with the spray.
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Old 11/12/11, 08:44 AM
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Looks good! I use the spray gloss in between BF. Great stuff!
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I have yet to use Blackfire but I have heard many, many good things about it. Thanks for the review. I will definitely have to try it sometime.
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Fantastic product. I've been very happy with the results since I started using it.
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I've been using this stuff since I first posted about it, still love it. The best use for it seems to be after giving the car a good wash to hit it with a coat of this, shines like crazy. I washed the car yesterday and put the Blackfire on- this morning yet another person was complimenting my paint and could not believe the car was 7 years old. This stuff really does help keep it looking new. Not to say my paint is perfect, but every little bit helps.

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Just a quick question for you RVA. Do you feel that Blackfire gives a bright candy like shine typical of a sealant or more of a deep warm glow like a carnauba? Just curious.
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Originally Posted by 1999 Black 35th GT View Post
Just a quick question for you RVA. Do you feel that Blackfire gives a bright candy like shine typical of a sealant or more of a deep warm glow like a carnauba? Just curious.
I know it wasn't directed at me, but I can assure that Blackfire gives a sharper "sealant" look rather than the liquidy "jetting" look that 'nuba waxes give.
One of the best things about Blackfire is the insane slickness, especially if applied ultra thin using a machine.
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Thanks Marc, right on
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Thanks Marc, right on


Additionally, I think the second pic says it all. The nature of metallic and pearl colors isn't to reflect deep, but rather to look ultra sharp. The brights are 10 shades lighter than the darker areas. It's the color change illusion that really makes the car pop, and that second pic says it all as to how outstanding the car looks when you pour on more and more light.

Looking good for a 7 year old? PLEASE. That looks awesome for a 1 year old let alone one that's been around for 7!
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One coat of BFWD on my 2011 GT
The surface is slicker and more resilient than any wax I have ever used.


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