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    Default will showroom shine strip wax ??

    Last time i washed the car i applied a coat of FK1000p , now its needs a quick wash. If i wash then use showroom shine as a quick detailer to bring the shine back ,will it strip the coat of FK off ??

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    Quick detailer will not strip the wax that you've put on, it will act as a form of top up and add the shine that it desired.

    I tend to use QD on mine when I give it a wash and every 2 months or so give it a good clean with 2-3 coats of wax

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    dodo juice red mist is great stuff...its abit better than a normal QD, tops up your wax protection without having to re apply wax and works like a normal quick detailer, spray, wipe on and off.

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    red mist is good but can be tricky, red mist tropical is less so because its less chemically. red mist can be a pain in hot weather or on hot surfaces because it dries so quick.

    the megs sprays are more user friendly.

    a qd (sealant) that beats everything is Z8 by zaino - it works a treat - very impressed.

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/zaino/.../prod_471.html

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    i use meg's final touch, brought by the gallon and diluted at home...find this very good indeed and as already said act's as a top up to your wax.....
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