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Old 06-21-2017, 01:10 PM   #1
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Black fire Wet Diamond polymer sealer

Anybody ever used this. My rig hasn't been waxed for 8 months. I washed it a few weeks before we left for cross country trip. I put Rejex on the front for the bugs. We are in Breckinridge on the way back home from Indiana. In a nice park and I see these guys washing and waxing this Prevost Liberty and a NEMAR Essex. My rig is a mess! Asked them how much to wash and wax. $300. So I said do it. They used this Chemical guy citrus wash and wax and then this Black fire stuff. Looks li,e a new coach. No way I'm washing my Nay Star at 9,200 feet.
Anybody used this stuff? I figure it will be easier to clean when I get home.
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Blackfire Wet Diamond, Meguiar's #20 and #21 sealants, and Rejex are all mentioned by car aficionados as being good sealants. They all should make the surface slippery and much easier to wash.
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They finished a and my Bay Star looks like new. The guys were great and didn't take any shortcuts.
Here is their name and number if your ever in Breckinridge. TopOf The Line Detailing. 407-704-9893. They are only here for the summer. Then go back to Florida for fall and winter.
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Blackfire Wet Diamond is top of the line. We have used it on our 2008 Mountain Air a few times. Coach looks like new. Seems to last longer than Mequires or Rejex. We do use Rejex on windshield and mirrors. You should be able to go about 9-12 months with Blackfire.
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I just did my Jeep toad with wet wash, clay bar, Wolfgang Paintwork Polish Enhancer then finished with Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant. It looked outrageous till I took it to the Oregon Coast for two weeks.

Bay Star up real soon. I am thinking of using Wolfgang Uber All in One. I found some guys blog who gave his 40' motorhome the same treatment I gave my Jeep. Not sure I have the wherewithal for that. I am going to purchase an random orbital polisher of some stripe to get the job done.

I can't find anyone locally to show up and detail my Bay Star. Otherwise I wouldn't be taking this on.
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