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I have about half of a bottle of the Meg. gold class wax that I want to finish up before I move to something else. I am about to need to wax again and was wondering if I could use the gold class on top of the Klasse Sealant? I would like to use the AIO, Sealant, and then the gold class....but did not know if the gold class (since it was a one step product) would remove any of the Klasse sealant glaze. Any input/ideas on this? I am wanting to just trash the gold class and go to a klasse/p21s combo...but just don't want to be wasteful! ;) Thanks in advance!!

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No, the Gold Class has a lot of solvents and cleaners and it will remove the AIO and SG underneath. If you're going to top a sealant like Klasse its best to do it with a cleaner-less paste wax. P21S is a much better choice.

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No, the Gold Class has a lot of solvents and cleaners and it will remove the AIO and SG underneath. If you're going to top a sealant like Klasse its best to do it with a cleaner-less paste wax. P21S is a much better choice.

You are on the mark when you said Klasse twins then top it with P21S!!!!!!!

But I dont think GC will actuall remove the Klasse. Klasse is a sealant and it can be a real pain to remove if you want to try something besides Klasse. The only products that remove Klasse is a polish like Menzerna Intense polish2, Meguiars smr,#7, #9. Once Klasse is applied (AIO+SG it usually on there for a while. Thats what meks it a great "Base" for P21s, Meguiars #16, Soveran type carnuaba waxes.

Here is a link to waxes. It pretty interesting.

Wax article

Here's one on the ultimat shine

Ulitmate Shine

Enjoy and have fun!

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You'd actually be surprised how easy it can be to remove sealants. A 50/50 mixture of water and rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle will do it. True, using a solventy wax may not *remove* the Klasse but it can definately weaken it so you don't get the best durability out of it. Why risk it? Especially for a Product like GC that doesn't have a great look anyways.

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