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      07-30-2018, 06:27 AM   #1
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Sonax Spray and Seal used to maintain a ceramic coated vehicle

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Using Sonax Spray and Seal for maintenance on a coated Lamborghini Huracan

This Lamborghini Huracan was coated about 6 months ago with a ceramic coating, we wanted to test out the ability of the Sonax Spray and Seal and the effects of it over the coating. We are happy to report that it worked extremely well. Sonax Spray and Seal was compatible and showed no issues or side effects with the ceramic coating. We would recommend it as a maintenance product over your cars protected with ceramic coating.
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But then what do you coat the Sonax with? Im kidding, and that was my thinly veiled attempt at asking the question of why?

Isnt the ceramic coating, if applied properly, the only coating you need over the clear coat or ppf?
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But then what do you coat the Sonax with? Im kidding, and that was my thinly veiled attempt at asking the question of why?

Isnt the ceramic coating, if applied properly, the only coating you need over the clear coat or ppf?
sorry for the delay, it's a good idea to maintain your paints whether or not you coated it or filmed it or even waxed it. over time it's just nice to "boost" it to bring it back to life, if you don't feel the need no worries
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I used the sonax polymer coating and it works very well.
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+1 for Sonax! Awesome stuff
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I just used the Sonax Shine Detailer and the jury is still out. My first impression was not that great but I need to try again with two fiber cloths.
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