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Autoglym HD Wax Pack £32.04 delivered from cpc.com

£32.04 @ CPC Farnell
A great wax from a reputable manufacturer at a good price :) Read More
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A great wax from a reputable manufacturer at a good price :)
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#1
Be quick if you want one. There is only one in stock.
#2
Since buying the Farecla G3 Body Prep Clay Mitt, I've not used any other claying tools. I'm not saying it's perfect, but it's much much easier than the usual bars I find.
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FatalSaviour
Since buying the Farecla G3 Body Prep Clay Mitt, I've not used any other claying tools. I'm not saying it's perfect, but it's much much easier than the usual bars I find.


excellent. this is wax though. good price op
#4
FatalSaviour
Since buying the Farecla G3 Body Prep Clay Mitt, I've not used any other claying tools. I'm not saying it's perfect, but it's much much easier than the usual bars I find.

Haven't tried it but have heard good things about it. I have one of the unbranded blue microfibres with the sticky gel on it that you get from ebay/aliexpress and it works really well :)
#5
This wax is fantastic, lasts ages after application and results in good beading. Great price!

Edited By: ahenners on Oct 16, 2016 18:00: w
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This is a great wax & a good price (voted hot); I held off buying it for years because of the rrp price tag of £40+.
I picked up a set earlier this year in a similar offer to try and the results have been brilliant!
This was last friday after a wash with autoglym shampoo (blue bottle) & then autoglym super resin polish; finished with HD wax. 9 days later and the cars still gleaming and beading very nicely.
I recon I get about 4 car polishes out of a tub so not as many washes as I would like, but my cars on the bigger side and finish makes up for it :)

http://i1132.photobucket.com/albums/m570/LVSdesigns/Mobile%20Uploads/image.jpg

Edited By: Lukas on Oct 16, 2016 21:31: Spelling
#7
Lukas
This is a great wax & a good price (voted hot); I held off buying it for years because of the rrp price tag of £40+.
I picked up a set earlier this year in a similar offer to try and the results have been brilliant!
This was last friday after a wash with autoglym shampoo (blue bottle) & then autoglym super resin polish; finished with HD wax. 9 days later and the cars still gleaming and beading very nicely.
I recon I get about 4 car polishes out of a tub so not as many washes as I would like, but my cars on the bigger side and finish makes up for it :)http://i1132.photobucket.com/albums/m570/LVSdesigns/Mobile%20Uploads/image.jpg

Great post :)

Only 4 applications from a tub? I have made around 10 applications from the same tub on various family and friends' cars and have about 85% of the tub left...Beading still seems to last 3-6 months (depending on whether its winter or summer and amount of driving done).

What tyre dressing do you use?

Edited By: Criptop on Oct 16, 2016 23:16
#8
Criptop
Great post :)
Only 4 applications from a tub? I have made around 10 applications from the same tub on various family and friends' cars and have about 85% of the tub left...Beading still seems to last 3-6 months (depending on whether its winter or summer and amount of driving done).
What tyre dressing do you use?
Thanks :)
I do apply it on the heavy side (parking below a tree allday everyday isn't pretty!), which could be why.

It's autoglym instant tyre dressing; I tried it for the first time last week. I used to find the other sprays didn't give a deep black finish and after reading reviews on it .... took the plunge. Really pleased with it though, just sprayed on liberally, wiped off overspray on the alloys and left it on to dry naturally.
#9
Lukas
Thanks :)
I do apply it on the heavy side (parking below a tree allday everyday isn't pretty!), which could be why.
It's autoglym instant tyre dressing; I tried it for the first time last week. I used to find the other sprays didn't give a deep black finish and after reading reviews on it .... took the plunge. Really pleased with it though, just sprayed on liberally, wiped off overspray on the alloys and left it on to dry naturally.

Ah yes right ok fair do's

Glad you got on well with it. I tried it a few times and found it was ok. Unfortunatey I had my autoglym kit (including the tyre dressing) stolen :( so didn't get a chance to properly test it. I really like all of the other products from Autoglym though and now try and buy them in larger quantities from my local trade rep.

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