Discussion in 'Last Steps: Waxes, Sealants, and Coatings' started by Wolfs Chemicals, Nov 22, 2011.
Congrats on the award!
Love this picture of your hood, do you have a shot of the whole car?
Man.... now I wanna buy more of this stuff. This is so good.
Anything special in application?
Here's some videos videos about how to apply them, but just let me know if you have any more questions!
It goes on just like a regular sealant from what I observed. Even easier. Little to no hazing if the surface is clean. And removing it is a piece of cake.
just used this on 3 of my vehicles this past weekend for the 1st time... holy slickness!
A quick update on the Wolf's body wrap.
I seriously love this stuff. About a day ago, there must've been a huge flock of birds that doo-doo'd all over the front portion of my brother's car. I took a garden hose to it, and it came off like butter. This entire week has been crappy; it rained almost every day, but the car is surprisingly clean. Beads like crazy even with the small amount of dirt that's on it. Very impressed.
Usually, from my own observation, when I waxed my cars, the beading would be vastly reduced as soon as the car got a little dirty, but the BW still beads like a champ!
Congratulations! I'm waiting to buy it and try it out next year when I fully correct my jeep then, but I'm so excited about it! Can't wait to see the results and beading! I gotta save up for all the stuff though. Awesome job Jesse! :applause:
You won't be disappointed man. Trust me.
Make sure to use their glass guard on windows. I put BW on the windows, and it's definitely not designed for it. It goes on real nice and comes off nice off of all other parts of the car, just not windows.
Yeah, i'm definitely planning on getting the glass guard as well as the decon gel, nano shampoo, and nano quick detailer. I was not very impressed with Adam's Glass Sealant even though I do like other Adam's products. Can't wait to try it all out because I've heard and read nothing but great things about Wolf's Chemicals.
Thanks buddy! Sure do... behold "Truck Norris" http://www.detailingbliss.com/forum/pro-studio/16347-my-new-detail-wagon-matte-black.htm
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