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    O am due some new wax used collinite 465 and was very impressed how easy on/off it was and the long last protection shine but what is 915 like

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    Collinite 845 Insulator Wax.

    Possibly the easiest LSP I've used. Is a liquid wax / sealant, easy on and off (easier than 476 and 915). I used it as my winter wax. Applied in October, removed in March. It was still beading like day one. Was so easy to wash during the winter!

    Gave my car a nice gloss shine.

    You will not be disappointed.

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    id say 915 for dark cars and 845 for lighter cars,but whatever u do ,dont apply 915 in sunlight as it can be a ****** to buff off lol

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    Al get myself some 845 then tho u don't get a lot do ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    Al get myself some 845 then tho u don't get a lot do ya?
    tbh mark u dont need alot as in my experience a little 915 goes a long way

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    I use 915 on mine it is brilliant stuff and lasts for a very long time.

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    Thanks looking at that it don't last as long as 476 but reading 915 does seem good will have t get some see if it shines more

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    915 for the winter months Oct-mar , 845 for the summer as an lsp
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
    and still loving it

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