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Was wondering what the concensus was on using a sealant verses collinite. Trying to find something that will last a good while and from what i keep reading they both seem to hit the 6 month mark.


Which would be best for protecting the paint?


Or... Should you use both. Put the sealant on and then top it off with collinite?

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Our Liquid Paint Sealant would be another great option for you to consider. It's the most durable paint protection product that Adam's offers, and I will typically get 4-6 months of awesome water beading with one application.


For killer depth and shine, I like to follow it up with our Brilliant Glaze and our premium Americana or Patriot paste wax :) Let me know if you have any questions and I would be happy to help out.

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