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Quick Carlack 68 Question

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hi all, jus giving my car a polish/wax etc over the weekend,

re the carlack, i was wondering what would you guys recommend as to how much of the stuff to apply to each panel.

should it be applied scarcely or genrously?

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Don't know what this carlack stuff is BUT if it's Klasse / Sonus then apply sparingly :winky:

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lol yes ive realised that now, after an afternoon of buffing.

ahh well i feel like arni now :hehe:

typical though, started pi**ing it down about an housr after id finnished

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Don't know what this carlack stuff is BUT if it's Klasse / Sonus then apply sparingly :winky:

Carlack is another trade name for Klasse-

1.Apply products very thinly using absolute minimum pressure on the applicator.

2.The secret to the application of a polymer product is to apply it thin (super thin)

3.Fill a spray bottle and mist a foam pad for application.

4.Ease of product removal is inversely proportional to the amount used

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Don't know what this carlack stuff is BUT if it's Klasse / Sonus then apply sparingly :winky:

Carlack is another trade name for Klasse-

1.Apply products very thinly using absolute minimum pressure on the applicator.

2.The secret to the application of a polymer product is to apply it thin (super thin)

3.Fill a spray bottle and mist a foam pad for application.

4.Ease of product removal is inversely proportional to the amount used

The spray bottle is a cracking tip!!

If you use the Long Life Acrylic Wax made by Carlack68, apply even more sparingly....and I found MF cloths are best for removal!!

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