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Posted: 11/4/2015 11:01:35 AM EST
This stuff is supposed to be better than sliced bread. I want to known what arf thinks. Please don't tell me what polish or wax you use, I just want to know about Klasse. Stuff is made in Germany, by the way.

Thanks.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 11:06:57 AM EST
Its all I use now. I was using Sonus but made the transition several years ago. If you prep your paint properly, and then apply the Klasse twins properly, the stuff is amazing.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 11:13:40 AM EST
The pros over on Autogeek love the stuff. If it's good enough for Lambos I would imagine it's good enough Hondas.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 11:15:23 AM EST
I've used it for years.

I apply AIO with a 7424 and foam pad wrapped in a microfiber bonnet. I remove it with a microfiber cloth. Application is relatively easy, and durability is excellent. Looks as good as most other products. One thing I love about it is that I can use it on every exterior surface of the car: paint, plastic, glass, rubber, chrome, that textured gray plastic shit that makes vehicles look so rugged and butch, etc. It does not leave a white stain the way some products do.

Do NOT apply heavily, or it will be a giant pain in the ass to remove.

Sometimes I top with SG, sometimes not. I've also topped with S100 paste wax and Meguiar's #16.

Remember that it is a chemical polish and sealant, not an abrasive polish. It won't do much for swirls and scratches.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:34:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By strat81:
I've used it for years.

I apply AIO with a 7424 and foam pad wrapped in a microfiber bonnet. I remove it with a microfiber cloth. Application is relatively easy, and durability is excellent. Looks as good as most other products. One thing I love about it is that I can use it on every exterior surface of the car: paint, plastic, glass, rubber, chrome, that textured gray plastic shit that makes vehicles look so rugged and butch, etc. It does not leave a white stain the way some products do.

Do NOT apply heavily, or it will be a giant pain in the ass to remove.

Sometimes I top with SG, sometimes not. I've also topped with S100 paste wax and Meguiar's #16.

Remember that it is a chemical polish and sealant, not an abrasive polish. It won't do much for swirls and scratches.
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Does that statement apply to both the All-in-One and the sealant?
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:36:33 PM EST
It's been a good product for many years.
There are better and easier to apply products now, but it's still a good sealant
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:40:41 PM EST
I've used it in the past but there are better products IMO. Both Adams and Zaino produce a better result but admittedly, Zaino is more work.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:44:17 PM EST
I used it and meguiars tech wax 2.0 on my pickup. the meguiars lasted longer so I used the rest of klasse bottle on my enclosed snowmobile trailer and 42 foot rv just to get rid of it. It's not bad though, just that I thought meguiars worked better.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:44:29 PM EST
I've used it a few times and although it is good stuff, the protection doesn't last very long. As someone else mentioned, there are a lot of other sealants and coatings that perform better.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 9:47:08 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ATLDiver:
I've used it in the past but there are better products IMO. Both Adams and Zaino produce a better result but admittedly, Zaino is more work.
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How so? Looks? Subjective. Durability? Zaino, maybe.
Have you heard about the fancy new coatings? I've been wanting to try one, but it's like the 45 vs 9mm debate trying to figure it out.
Link Posted: 11/4/2015 10:07:51 PM EST
there might be a little polish in the all in 1


don't get it with out the sonus acrylic glanz spray or you wont be able to get it off if it is applied too thick

http://www.autogeek.net/sonus-acrylic-glanz-sealant.html
Link Posted: 11/5/2015 8:30:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By BornIn1776:

Does that statement apply to both the All-in-One and the sealant?
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Originally Posted By strat81:
I've used it for years.

I apply AIO with a 7424 and foam pad wrapped in a microfiber bonnet. I remove it with a microfiber cloth. Application is relatively easy, and durability is excellent. Looks as good as most other products. One thing I love about it is that I can use it on every exterior surface of the car: paint, plastic, glass, rubber, chrome, that textured gray plastic shit that makes vehicles look so rugged and butch, etc. It does not leave a white stain the way some products do.

Do NOT apply heavily, or it will be a giant pain in the ass to remove.

Sometimes I top with SG, sometimes not. I've also topped with S100 paste wax and Meguiar's #16.

Remember that it is a chemical polish and sealant, not an abrasive polish. It won't do much for swirls and scratches.

Does that statement apply to both the All-in-One and the sealant?


Yes. Neither stain in my experience. And I've used them on a Saab 9-3 and Honda CR-V that both had a ton of that textured gray plastic.
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