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    Can this be bought over the counter? Local Halfords never seems to have it.

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    No.....why P21 wax?

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    I've heard it's very easy to apply and goes a long way. Just wanted to give it a try.

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    its the easiest wax ever to use, looks fantastic too when its on but durability is terrible. if you wax your car every week its great if not i'd advise you to try something else. only my opinion like.

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    For winter it has to be any of the Collinite range i.e. Colly 476s, 845 or 915..........I can let you have any of those for a price

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    Quote Originally Posted by blr123 View Post
    For winter it has to be any of the Collinite range i.e. Colly 476s, 845 or 915..........I can let you have any of those for a price

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    lol, I take it Halfords don't stock these either...?

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    try online..halfords only stock a small range of products as such..if you want a good quality long lasting wax or other 'good' products its best to try places like clean and shiny and people who deal with detailing products..

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    P21s is very easy to put on, but as blr123 say,s for the winter you would be better using colinite 915, I use it then put a coat of megs number 21 sealent ,and it is just as easy to put on, and gives your car longer protection against the weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    P21s is very easy to put on, but as blr123 say,s for the winter you would be better using colinite 915, I use it then put a coat of megs number 21 sealent ,and it is just as easy to put on, and gives your car longer protection against the weather.
    Just been looking at the Clean and Shiny site. Thinking of getting a tub of Collinte 915. But can't decide on the sealant. Is there a difference in function between Collinite 845 insulator wax and Meguiars #21 synthetic sealant?

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    in my opinion cant really go wrong with this http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/sealan.../prod_358.html
    added a coat of collinite 476 over the top and the finish is first class and durability should be great too.
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