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    OK seen this in many places and with Halfords 3 for 2 I am considering it.

    Can I ask who uses it and how do you apply the spray on shine, then, how do you find it lasts?

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    IT is a quick detailer
    Do a wash dry and wax/sealant and add a quick spray of DS wipe dry with microfiber,job done.
    A good shine but not very long lasting. Good value
    On its own it will not offer any protection just shine.

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    You can get it a spray and a shampoo used both really good mate nice shine

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    Thanks, not what I was thinking it was in that case.

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    yeah what wolflinn said

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    there is one that you dilute 250ml of into a bucket full of water, get a jug and just pour it over your car once washed and rinsed, then either towel dry or leave it alone

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    I use this as a quick detailer, but also as a lube to remove wax!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ditchp View Post
    there is one that you dilute 250ml of into a bucket full of water, get a jug and just pour it over your car once washed and rinsed, then either towel dry or leave it alone

    hth
    I've got a bottle of this in the shed and use it 250ml into a bucket of water.

    Needs dried off once poured though as leaves pink coloured marks on the paintwork (or at least it did when I poured it on my Astra).

    It does leave a reasonably good shine though if just looking to do a quick clean

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    I use it (diluted) as a clay lube and as a QD to aid drying, doesn't really offer any protection, but keeps the shine topped up and makes drying very quick indeed, for the price its very, very hard to beat.

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