Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor??

   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #61  
Mine has tried that crap on me for awhile and for the record I STILL cleaned and always will. Funny thing is she preferred having them clean even when she was complaining.
My wife thinks my tractors sexy. lol
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #62  
Someone asked about if there was something to make it easier to get clay off. I have used this with great results. Spray this on a clean machine and any mud you get on it will mostly just hose off pretty easily. It's not unlike WD40 or lemon pledge I guess. I mostly used it on my mudding 4 wheeler but it will work on anything as long as a little film is no problem. I usually just sprayed the underside and left it. The pretty parts I spray and wipe down lightly to remove the excess. Makes it look pretty and protects from muck well.

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   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #63  
Bet that is a lot like the Amsoil Mud Slinger I use on my 6x6 to help get the mud off a little easier.
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #64  
I put a double coat of wax on my tractors because I knew I was going to be working them and wouldn't be able to clean them.
I will see how it has held up in about 8 or 9 months.
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #65  
I'm a newer tractor owner, and for what I paid for it you betcha I am going to wash it and wax it! lol. I use this on it because you can basically spray it on anything and wipe it off without leaving any residue behind.

Can I use over just a regular waxed surface? How about same thing but with a little dust on it? I notice this is a Turtle Wax product. Can I buy at Walmart?
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #66  
Can I use over just a regular waxed surface? How about same thing but with a little dust on it? I notice this is a Turtle Wax product. Can I buy at Walmart?
Yes and yes. I'm sure Walmart has but if not Advance auto and AutoZone have it
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #67  
How about same thing but with a little dust on it?
If you do not remove the dust first you will scratch the paint. If it is simply dust, dust then a car duster can be used to take it off before you wax. You may still get some scratching but not like you would if you did not wipe it off.
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #68  
If you do not remove the dust first you will scratch the paint. If it is simply dust, dust then a car duster can be used to take it off before you wax. You may still get some scratching but not like you would if you did not wipe it off.
Incorrect. From the turtle wax website and also on the bottle:

Without a drop of water, the slick, spray-on formula helps safely remove dust and cleans the clear coat without scratching your finish, and it leaves a nice, streak-free shine and crazy water-beading protection, thanks to its hybrid ceramic wax.
 
   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #69  
My tractor is 5 years old and I washed it today with my foam cannon. I haven’t kept track but I’ve probably only washed it 4 or 5 times total.

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   / Do any of y'all seal, wax or ceramic coat your tractor?? #70  
Knocked the dirt off with the pressure washer as best I could before the pressure washed burned up. Rubbed hood and fenders a bit to get them clean. Otherwise, seems silly to put too much into it just to go get it dirty again. It's not like I get to drive it around town all clean and shiny for a few days. Now I got my Jeep detailed last weekend and getting into a shiny car that smells of strawberries has been pretty nice all week. Maybe that's what I'm missing on the tractor, just needs a strawberry air freshener :D
 

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