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      06-24-2013, 12:04 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Otruba_843 View Post
Menzerna FG 400 over M101 or M105 any day. People make M105 out to be some miracle product when it's really a PITA to use.
I've been using the M105/M205 combo and have been very happy with the results. But the M105 is a PITA to work in, especially when it starts to dry up prematurely. Took a quick look at the M101 and might pick that up since it's formulated especialy for foam pads (maybe that's why I've been having a tough time with M105). I know Mezerna's products are great but haven't tried them yet.

As for the OP, you might want to look into doing the 'straight line' method when applying your sealant. I think Autogeek has some vids on Youtube. It'll help reduce the possibility of introducing new swirls. And if you haven't thought of it already, you may want to do multiple coats of your sealant for increased durability - as long as you let the sealant "cure" before each coat.

Has anyone else done this?
- Jeremy -
2006 325I | Arktis Metallic | Premium + Sport | 6MT | 20% Tint | K&N + Charcoal Delete