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Old 21-04-2009, 19:01   #11 (permalink)
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wouldnt touch it wiht a ten foot bardge pole tbh
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ive seen a valeting van with waterless car cleaning technology wrote all over the side, i laughted to myself - i can throw a bucket of soapy water over the car and rinse in pretty much the same time as it'll probably take to faff about with wipes.

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Old 21-04-2009, 23:53   #13 (permalink)
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probably find that the wax/polish thats in it fills and marks so that you can not see them, but as said like rubbing grit into the paint. big no no for any one who cares for the paint on the car. although to use it on a clean car for when attending a show or something to go over it with then fine, as there wouldn't be any dust, grit to rub in as such.
I bought some demon shine from ASDA...Its made by carplan I think.
It was 5 and intended to be used as a wax type spray for when you cant be arsed to do a full wax...
Big bottle should be enough for 10 or more sessions and gives a good result....

I bought it for when i went to pride of longbridge show...
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wouldnt touch it wiht a ten foot bardge pole tbh
+ fooking 1

No way in hell that dosent swirl up the paint!

Also it takes the fun out of detailing, 1 product fits every job, no such thing!
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av got some of this and i cant say a bad word about it gr8 stuff
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Old 22-04-2009, 17:05   #16 (permalink)
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av got some of this and i cant say a bad word about it gr8 stuff
Yay! Finally someone agrees! :-p Looks like it's just us 2 tho!
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There was a long thread about this type of stuff on detailing world. Some guy was trying to convince people but would never put up any pics or proof to help back up his claims. So i'm still very skeptical about this stuff. Theres no way this could do dirty car without doing some kind of damage to the paint
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I tryed similar stuff to this from meguiars and its shocking to say the least, it leaves swirl marks in your paint and doesnt even get the dirt off just spreads it round.
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Waste of time and money..

spend wisely and buy a full autoglym kit..

one product for one job!!
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This is actually awesome stuff, my girlfriends uncle uses it and like most people i was dubious to say the least at how effective it would be. It cleans extremely easily and leaves a high quality shine.

I have to say that i was very impressed and will be getting some myself.
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