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Which is the proper way to do it

Paint sealant first and than wax or
Wax first and than paint sealant?
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Re: Which is the proper way to do it

sealant. Let it cure/sit (i let it cure for 12-15hrs) Then wax
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Re: Which is the proper way to do it

Agreed normally you put the sealant first because it's more durable than the wax. If you apply the sealant first, nice and thin, many of them will cure almost entirely within the first 1 - 2 hours. To be safe waiting 12 - 24 hours will help but I'm usually able to apply a wax roughly 1 - 2 hours after I buff off the excess sealant. Good luck!

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