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    Just bought some of this from halfords-bit late i know but is it any good and any advice on the best way to apply it? To be fair though its just started snowing here so i think it might be a while before i get to use it!

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    Ave got this stuff as well i have used it once and its not to bad. I cleaned the car. Dryed it off fully. And applied it with the sponge provided doing one panel at a time. then polishing it off with a microfibre cloth from halfords.

    Hope this helps you mate.

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    Cheers for that mate! still havent had chance to try it due to the lousy weather which is a bit gutting. The applicator sponge seems a weird way of applying it-i would of thought a microfibre covered sponge or similar would of been better? but then what do i know!

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    Just finally had a chance to try this and to be fair i found it great. Snowfoamed then super resin polish to clear off the marks then finished with the turtlewax. Went on easy dried quickly and came off nicely leaving a good colour and shine. I havent tried poorboys etc but for £8 off the shelf i certainly cant knock it!

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