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polishes,waxes,and sealers?

what is the diff in a wax vs a sealer.what is the longevity of the sealer?pros cons?need some input from the profesinals.(detailers/body shops)
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Wax is usually used as a one step procedure in the detail business. You can apply multiple coats but it is mainly used on it's on. I would use sealers as part of a three step process. First i would cut the car with a compound (used to strip off old wax). Second i would hit it will a polish (kinda like a wax). Third would be the sealer. If the car was pretty rough i might also clay bar before the polish. If your cars paint is in good shape (as far as being smooth) i would suggest just a wax. If the wax has worn off in places you may need to do the three steps. If it has a lot of scratches and oxydation then you may want to consider a complete wet sand and buff. For that i suggest a qualified detail shop or a body shop. hope this helps
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