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Hi all.

Just traded my little clio in for a '07 Fiat Grande Punto. It's a light blue/grey colour so was just wondering what to use to get it looking good and ready for the winter. Here's a list of stuff I have in the garage:

AG SRP
Turtle Wax
DoDo Juice Blue Velvet
Auto Finesse Mint Rims

I've used the Mint Rims a few times on the MiTo but should I buy some sealent for them to protect them during winter

Here's the colour of the Punto:
 

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isn't mint rims a wheel sealant? anyway that'll be fine. wash>de tar>clay>polish>wax. she'll be looking good till spring.
 

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isn't mint rims a wheel sealant? anyway that'll be fine. wash>de tar>clay>polish>wax. she'll be looking good till spring.
Mint Rims is a wheel wax. Smells quite nice haha.

Was just wondering because of the light colour thought I'd need different products.
 

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Light colours work very well with sealants (e.g. Acrylics like Car-Lack) or Black Hole. They are EXTREMELY long lasting. You can then top up with a conventional wax every couple of months or a spray wax like Megs Ultimate Quick Wax after washing.
 
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Light colours work very well with sealants (e.g. Acrylics like Car-Lack) or Black Hole. They are EXTREMELY long lasting. You can then top up with a conventional wax every couple of months or a spray wax like Megs Ultimate Quick Wax after washing.
Isn't Black Hole a glaze?
 

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Woops, sorry I meant Blackfire not Black Hole

The former is a sealant, the latter a glaze.
 
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