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We (the wife) will soon be the new owners of a new Twilight Blue CR-V.

What wax sealants would bring out the flake the best?

What do fellow twilight blue owners use?
 

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You won't go far wrong with FK1000p & the added bonus is you can seal your wheels with it.

Bazillions of other products, it's all down to personal preference & budget.
 

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You won't go far wrong with FK1000p & the added bonus is you can seal your wheels with it.

Bazillions of other products, it's all down to personal preference & budget.

Beat me to it!

But to be honest Shaun is the man to see when it comes to cleaning queries... Always recommends top products
 

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If you're wanting the flake to pop at its finest then sealants, some waxes can mute the flake but can give a warmer glow. Good luck & enjoy.
 

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I used to have the FK1000p, but it was an arse to remove. I maybe put too much on, I am unsure so I gave it away.

I am kind of open to suggestions to be honest.

I have Colly 476s at the back of the cupboard with some EGP too.
 

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I used to have the FK1000p, but it was an arse to remove. I maybe put too much on, I am unsure so I gave it away.

I am kind of open to suggestions to be honest.

I have Colly 476s at the back of the cupboard with some EGP too.
Might have been over application, apply as thin as you can. It's a very easy sealant to use. Shame you aren't nearer I'd lend you mine so you could've had another go.
 

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You won't go far wrong with FK1000p & the added bonus is you can seal your wheels with it.

Bazillions of other products, it's all down to personal preference & budget.
As above, but really down to personal preference. It really is subjective as there are so many products to choose from. I have found cleanyourcar.co.uk has huge selection of cleaning and detailing products with lots of informative advice.
 
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