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Old 07-11-2018, 04:47 PM
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Yeah it's an acrylic product so it works basically just like Klasse or any other acrylic paint protectants. I didn't realize this when I bought it or I would have used up some of the giant bottle of Klasse that I have.
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And just like the Klasse stuff it lasts me about 1 year before I START to see any deterioration in finish.
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I've learned from experience that you do NOT want to get Wipe New on adjacent surfaces because it's hell to remove.

Care to share the details? I'm going to pick up some today and plan to tape off painted surfaces around window trim and the like to prevent it getting on places I don't want it to be. Just curious as to what it takes to get it off.....
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If you catch it immediately you can use isopropyl alcohol to remove from adjacent surfaces, if you don't catch it in the first hour you're basically stuck having to sand it off. 3k grit for glass and it takes a LONG time.
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