rejuvenate and tripple are quite different both by hand and machine. both offer filling and minor correction but at different ends of the scale.
Great write up, definitely learnt a few things there.
Cheers mate. I'll speak to Luke see if it's worth stickying.
After seeing those pics I reckon I could acheive the results I want on most of the car (spring/summer) simply by using a glaze.
Just to add that Britemax Black Max was the original polymer-based ultra fine polishing glaze first introduced in 2004. Prime Amiga is basically a more expensive copy.
Check out this independant review;
Thanks for that Matt, like I said i'll update this thread with Blackmax and the other Glaze I tried recently (Not imprressive though).
Kev, could I use PB blackhole under Jetseal? Just seen I have a new bottle of BH waiting in the shed. Alternatively, the Jetseal is running out so would take recommendations on another sealant to try. Ta.
great write up
Yes mate I do.
Yes, have DJ Blue Velvet, which I used to use, but at the mo I quite like the cold look of the Jetseal, so haven't waxed on top.
Crack the BH out. Preferably via machine on a finishing pad then Jetseal if you're happy for now.
I think you'd be super impressed with Werkstat Jett if you like the Jetseal. 3 layers on the Paint in less than an hour. Win win.
Have been meaning to try the werkstat system since it came out, although I noticed you don't rate glos iirc? In which case should I just get the Jett on it's own do you think.
Also, acrylic or carnauba?
On flat RB it has to be Carnauba for looks. It looks incredible on the Trophy.
If it is to be used as a sealant in the traditional sense I'm sure the acrylic will be recomended.
Ta dude. Saw it mentioned that acrylic had a better durability (was either JD or Gally from memory) which tbh would suit me better, even if it meant a slight compromise on looks.
Indeed. The looks will be minimal. The carnauba will obviously look at tad wetter in the summer but after layers of acrylic you'll never tell the difference.
Vics Red wax is worth a look for summer. £20 for small pot that will last for ages just for that extra wet look over a glaze on solid colours. 3 layers of vics imo looks simple immense for that price of wax.
And forego the sealant in-between glaze and wax?
Yeah, I do one or 'tother mate.
If i am polishing with menz and menz final finish, do i need to use a glaze aswell?