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I mean I can barely see it. The bottle says apple an 'extremely thin' layer of sealant, wipe it off when it dries.
Is it supposed be so thin, it's almost just a film? Like wiping a lightly damp rag on a window? That thin?
I don't know, I guess it's really hard for me to see on my subie, since it's bright silver. But I can see a 'film'. It doesn't frost over like normal wax does.
Am I doing it right?
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (Code-7)

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I mean I can barely see it. The bottle says apple an 'extremely thin' layer of sealant, wipe it off when it dries.
Is it supposed be so thin, it's almost just a film? Like wiping a lightly damp rag on a window? That thin?
I don't know, I guess it's really hard for me to see on my subie, since it's bright silver. But I can see a 'film'. It doesn't frost over like normal wax does.
Am I doing it right?

Kevin,
I also have a silver car. It is very difficult to see the Klasse Sealant Glaze. If you can see it, you used too much and it will be difficult to remove. A dime sized bead on a foam pad is enough for a panel or 2. Make sure the applicator pad is dry before you apply the Sealant Glaze to it. Wait at least 60 minutes before removing from the car, the longer the better. Use a good quality Microfiber cloth and mist the panel lightly with a QD spray if you have a hard time removing the Sealant Glaze.
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (Code-7)

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I mean I can barely see it. The bottle says apple an 'extremely thin' layer of sealant, wipe it off when it dries.
Is it supposed be so thin, it's almost just a film? Like wiping a lightly damp rag on a window? That thin?
I don't know, I guess it's really hard for me to see on my subie, since it's bright silver. But I can see a 'film'. It doesn't frost over like normal wax does.
Am I doing it right?

Kevin,
I also have a sliver car. It is very difficult to see the Klasse Sealant Glaze. If you can see it, you used too much and it will be difficult to remove. A dime sized bead on a foam pad is enough for a panel or 2. Make sure the applicator pad is dry before you apply the Sealant Glaze to it. Wait at least 60 minutes before removing from the car, the longer the better. Use a good quality Microfiber cloth and mist the panel lightly with a QD spray if you have a hard time removing the Sealant Glaze.
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (rad21)

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Kevin,
I also have a sliver car. It is very difficult to see the Klasse Sealant Glaze. If you can see it, you used too much and it will be difficult to remove. A dime sized bead on a foam pad is enough for a panel or 2. Make sure the applicator pad is dry before you apply the Sealant Glaze to it. Wait at least 60 minutes before removing from the car, the longer the better. Use a good quality Microfiber cloth and mist the panel lightly with a QD spray if you have a hard time removing the Sealant Glaze.
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (Galvatron)

I went out this morning to check out how I did last night (in low light). Looks like I got it all off, paint is pretty darn smooth.
However, not as smooth as say, a carnauba wax. Is this correct, or should it have that super slicky, can't grab the door handle feel too it like one grand blitz wax? I know it's not a wax, but I'm wondering on how it should feel.
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (Code-7)

Sealant Glaze won't give you that super slick finish, that why I apply 3 layers of SG and top it off with either Pinnacle Paste Glaze, P21S or Poorboy's EX.
 

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Re: Am I not supposed to see Klasse High Gloss Sealant? (rad21)

Ah, I've always liked my blitz anyway, guess I'll layer a few more coats of SG and a layer of wax. Thanks!
Slicker makes it easier to wash.
 
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