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    Default Demon shine pour on,,

    I decided that the 2 x 2 litres for a fiver deal in Asda was worth a punt, so while out and about today, I picked some up and after giving the car a bath, I added my own twist to the proceedings

    I have a small Karcher washer that has a 750ml reservoir for detergents etc, so after washing and rinsing I thought I would add 4 caps (probably about 80ml) topped off with water into the reservoir then set about spraying over the whole car.

    It was very very good!

    I used my blade on the main panels (don't look at me like that I have been using a silicone blade for about 10 years and never once damaged paintwork ) and within minutes that car was bone dry albeit shut lines and trim sections.

    I am surprised to say the least as I though it was going to be money down the drain (awful pun that) but it has worked for me and left me a non spotty blotchy un-polished finish.

    For anyone contemplating buying it, I have to say it worked well and is excellent value for money as a drying aid.

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    I have this in my arourery too. I was very supprised to how good it is too. I paid £2 a bottle, money well spent I think.

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    You can dry a car with an open hose pipe or a watering can with the rose taken off if its waxed well. Just start at the top and it will sheet all the droplets off. If there's anything left a blast of Megs LT always does the trick for me. I recon you could substitute the Megs for the Demon Shine to get the same effect.

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    Another way of getting a result with demon shine is after washing the car just spray the panels with D S while the car is still wet and then just towel it off as normal, leaves a streak free finish that should be good for about a week
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
    and still loving it

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    My method is slightly different again, pour on and then go out for a nice drive

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