|Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:56 pm A word on glass sealants
Hi guys, I will probably be preaching to the converted as I am sure the pros are all aware of this so I apologise if this is obvious to many! During the development and testing of our anti-fog glass cleaner, we have had quite a few issues from those testing and we have finally concluded what is caus...
|Sat Mar 22, 2014 11:21 pm Run rates
I thought it high time we discussed this topic , for those of you thinking i am showing off nothing could be further from the truth it's about trying to help others and get this profession as this is what it is and we are professionals after all's said and done ,and as such earning as much as we can...
|Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:30 am Re: Wax or sealant ? Which is better?
A couple of thoughts... 1) Waxes are rarely pure anymore - they almost always have silicone chemistries in them. Many people will be inclined to use the term 'hybrid' (which is not technically wrong) but it is mostly just wax mixed with silicone. Hybrid wax based products are less common and impossi...
|Sun Apr 21, 2013 12:15 am Re: Wax V Sealant V Super sealants
Whilst the lines are blurring a bit, I feel that certain distinctions remain. The old wax and sealants are protection and enhancement product, the new 'super' sealants are more protection (and rely on the underlying surface having suitable appearance). These days, a professional 'wax' is highly unli...
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