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    Default Colinite 476 and 915 together and some other stuff

    I'm going to be ordering my next batch of bicept building products.

    I used 915 last year that lasts.....and lasts ......and lasts.......

    But I've heard 476 gives a glossier shine.

    What would happen if I put the two together? A coat of 915 and then 476 on top? Just a treory..

    I also need Snow foam, clay bars and a new wash mitt.

    Oh and how are peeps getting on with this auto brite wheel cleaner?

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    I'm using 476s, been told that 915 is a nicer/better(?) wax but not as hard wearing as the 476?

    Not tried my AB wheel stuff yet - need to go and get a pump spray bottle first. Think I'll be off to B&Q today as I also want to give the car(s) another shot with the foam lance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brocks View Post
    Oh and how are peeps getting on with this auto brite wheel cleaner?
    Used it last weekend and was very impressed,diluted it 20-1 and sprayed very little on my wheels and they came up a treat,well recommended,imo.....

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    I'd put the 476 on first, followed by the 915, but you must wait about 24 hours between coats as it has to 'cure' between applications.
    You should get a deep shine with both.


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    AB wheel cleaner is great, I fu**ed up and forgot to dilute it, which turned my fingers a nice shade of yellow and I caughed like a bit*h whilst spraying it before realising my mistake, anyway mistake rectified and lungs cleared it works great, needed a scrub for bits that were baked on but all in all one of the better ones. Mentioned in another thread how much I like the collinite range, the 476 does give a deep shine and the protection is great, cant see any harm in putting one on and topping up with another when cured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan View Post
    I'm using 476s, been told that 915 is a nicer/better(?) wax but not as hard wearing as the 476?

    Not tried my AB wheel stuff yet - need to go and get a pump spray bottle first. Think I'll be off to B&Q today as I also want to give the car(s) another shot with the foam lance.
    You'll need a foaming head D so the brite wheels will cling and do its magic.

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