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      04-09-2006, 09:16 PM   #1
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Resistall, who purchased this?

I'm leaning towards this for the exterior paint and interior leather for ~$400, wondering if anyone else has done this to their E90s?
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Well I just took a black sapphire 330i into a buddy of mines garage he runs a high end car dealership. We used a white claybar on the car, then we washed off the resedue from the claybar. We then applied the resistall car sealent on the car, and buffed it out by hand. I then drove to the house and washed off the car, because I felt it needed to get some of the oil off it. Resistall being a bit oily. Then I dried the car and applied a coat of Mcquires Gold and buffed it out with an orbital buffer. Really turned out nice. When I washed the car after applying the Resistall it was a big difference from a high end wax job. It just repelled the water like a crazy. He is a budy of mine and he said that when they lease cars they apply this and it saves the cars from the people that don't take car of them. So when they get the cars back the paint is still in good shape.

It's been 1 day so I will let you know how this stuff holds up.

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I'm leaning towards this for the exterior paint and interior leather for ~$400, wondering if anyone else has done this to their E90s?
I purchased it, but only because my dealer threw it in for $175. My car is 11 months old now. Never used the ResistAll package, but I'm thinking about using it when I take my car in for the 12 month oil change. I have an Alpine White E90 and I see some brown dots on the hood that won't go away but they are hard to notice unless you take a close look. I'm hoping the ResistAll package will take care of it!
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