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Well I bought a full Werkstatt kit to put on my wifes new Fiat 500 when it get delivered. It was a nice day so thought Id give it a bash on the


Rub the whole car down with Zymol HD Cleanse to start with, as it gives a nice clean base to start from.

Treated with Werkstatt Acrylic Prime, then Acrylic Jett in two coats, followed by a quick wipe down with Werkstatt Acrylic Gloss. I have to say, the difference was amazing and gave an unbelievable finish. Whats more, its the easiest sealant I have ever used and as proved today, works fine in cold damp weather.

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Cheers for the comments
. Im on my 4th Red car with the ST. TBO its my favourite. There are some many waxes and sealants that work well on Reds that i'm spoilt for choice. The Werkstatt is definately up there at the top of my favourites list. I would imagine it would bring out an awesome finish on PB which can look a little flat when not polished. Definately worth the money. I opted out of the Supagaurd treatment on my Wifes new Fiat 500, firstly because @ £200 its a complete rip-off and secondly, the results and reviews I have seen on the Werkstatt sing its praises. At £50 for three products, its got to be on your christmas list
 
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