I am a bit confused...This is my first post. I've been a longtime reader. Anyway, I am trying to winterize my vehicles: 2003 Tahoe Z71 (light pewter metallic), 2000 Honda Civic EX (metallic dark green), 1987 Buick Grand National (black). I've been using Meguiar's products for over 10 years now. My regimen has always been: Wash - Clay - Dry - Polish (MirrorGlaze #7) and Wax (#26). If I am in a hurry, I just wash-dry-wax (#26). My vehicles always look great.
Anyway, I wanted something that would really seal in my paint and protect me this winter. My Tahoe and Honda are daily drivers. I've been reading alot about sealants and have heard that an Acrylic sealant will add more shine and will last way longer than a Polymer sealant. If anyone is interested, I read an article called "The Perfect Shine" off the Autopia website.
Can anyone shed some light on this? I am after the best shine and longest durability for winter. If Acrylics are in fact-better, does Meguiar's make any???? I know the Autopia site mention Klasse brand stuff but I have never heard of them or used anything other than Meguiar's products I buy.
Sorry for the long post. I like to get detailed - lol.