thanks bro.. assuming the existing sealant has been cleaned and the surface has been well prepped, will the use of sealant (and let it cure for a few hours) and apply wax on top of it considered start afresh?
or just forego the idea of applying wax on top of a sealant?
My findings are when 'fresh', as in nothing underneath including any polishing oils, protections, etc., beadings from my Supernatural are SPECTACULAR. And I just couldn't get the same when topping up or putting it on top of a sealant.
I don't think there's anything wrong with applying wax on top of a sealant, and I also do that all the time (wax on top of sealant and even sealant on top of a wax). Sometime I got what I'm looking for and sometime I don't. But, as I said, it's just me being OCD and talking about extremities here. The difference is not really that extensive but, in my eyes, I can see that difference. So, when I'm in the mood and have the time and looking for 'that look', I'd rather go over the car with at least a paint cleaner and a fresh coat of wax.