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    I haven't but am very wary of products like this, I would rather spend a day washing polishing and waxing my car than use products that claim to wash, and protect my car in a single process.

    I do know someone with some and he is sending me a sample to try, I have left a wing on my car unpolished (well polished last year not done since) just to test this product If it works without causing swirls etc then I will my own hair made in to an omelet by that fat chef*.







    *I won't be eating my hair

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    my dads got a bottle of this and a small pump action bottle that you build up pressure and spray away for ages,a dont use it to do the whole car but a nick a shot when theres a bird crap in sight,and a think its pretty good,maybe for a quick little detailer but not a major cleaner like on the video,my dad swears by it though

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    Wouldnt it scratch the hell out of the paint if its covered in muck or road grime?

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    I have got some of this and use it quite often but I would never use it to wash the car. I use it after as it is a cleaner wax and easily dissolves Tar etc and leaves a nice finish and a medium wax protection.
    The best results I have had with it was a normal wash and dry followed buy this product and then a coat of Collinite 915 and it was superb.
    Its also handy to use at shows and meets as you can use it on all paint and glass.
    Its well worth a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANDY W View Post
    I have got some of this and use it quite often but I would never use it to wash the car. I use it after as it is a cleaner wax and easily dissolves Tar etc and leaves a nice finish and a medium wax protection.
    The best results I have had with it was a normal wash and dry followed buy this product and then a coat of Collinite 915 and it was superb.
    Its also handy to use at shows and meets as you can use it on all paint and glass.
    Its well worth a go
    like he says,good for shows and meets,its easily storable inside the car as its a little bottle,and gives a good finish.

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