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    Default yippee my colinite polish has arrived!

    sad i know but really looking forward to trying this stuff as ive heard very good reports about it,it comes as a kit including the polish,two soft applicator pads and 3 pretty good quality polishing microfibres cloths,all for the sum of £25 delivered,thanks to elite car care for fast curteous service,now just need a dry day and ill be set

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    It's not sad at all, i'd be exactly the same. Let me know how you get on with it pogo, I nearly went for this offer
    but I can't decide between this and dodo purple haze. From the pics i've seen of the collinite it seems to give a really
    deep wet look but i've also still to hear someone give purple haze a bad report.

    mmmmmmm, decisions, decisions.
    Last edited by pricey; 30th October 2007 at 21:24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pricey View Post
    It's not sad at all, i'd be exactly the same. Let me know how you get on with it pogo, I nearly went for this offer
    but I can't decide between this and dodo purple haze. From the pics i've seen of the collinite it seems to give a really
    deep wet look but i've also still to hear someone give purple haze a bad report.

    mmmmmmm, decisions, decisions.
    TBH pricey i never realised just how many top line polishes there were! i went for this as it seems to be one of the best for dark colored cars,i shall post up pics when i get it appl.ied and my thoughts on it ,just need some good weather lol

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    Got a link to the web site?
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    Got a link to the web site?
    www.elitecarcare.co.uk HTH mate

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    The hard bit will be getting a dry day mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectrapogo View Post
    TBH pricey i never realised just how many top line polishes there were! i went for this as it seems to be one of the best for dark colored cars
    OOOO, OOOO, I think i've found the wax my car needs!!

    Just look at these. results

    and at only £1850 a pot, quite reasonable aswell me thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    Got a link to the web site?
    Worth looking here too...

    http://www.edition38.com/forums/inde...owtopic=112319

    (Courtesy of z22se.co.uk )

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    Mark! You jammy git, mine hasn't arrived yet

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    Mark you will be amazed at the shine and how the water beads and runs off your motor.I think Colinite is one of the best wax,s you can get. Don,t forget that you should not put more than one coat on in a 24 hour period, as the solvents in it will remove the firs tcoat before it has "cured".

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