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This collection features four key products from the Autoglym range.

Bodywork Shampoo Conditioner is a scientifically advanced triple action formulation which cleans, shines and protects, forming a water repellent barrier against the elements.

Super Resin Polish enhances the colour and depth of shine of all types of automotive paint work, whatever the colour, including metallic and clearcoat finishes.

Vinyl and Rubber Care conditions and protects interior and exterior surfaces and forms a tough but flexible, anti-static barrier against moisture, dust, oxidation, staining and fading.

Car Glass Polish contains specialist cleaning and polishing elements which quickly and easily remove all common contaminants leaving a crystal clear, smear free finish.
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#1
seems a good deal does anyone use the autoglym stuff on thier own cars?
#2
Yes i got a gift pack free with a mag sub, the glass cleaner is the best ive used, the polish is very good too.

The bottle sizes are 325ml so not that big, but it does go a very long way.
#3
Yep I use all autoglym products and they are very very good. I'm hopeless at cleaning cars and even mine look pretty good. I recommend clean with the shampoo, use the super resin polish and then seal it with the high gloss treatment. After that you only have to use the shampoo to clean and it comes up great.
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#5
In some motorfactors the shampoo and super resin polish are 100% extra free anyway. Got myself 1 litre shampoo for £3.99 and 1 litre SRP for £6.99. Just need the extra gloss protection now. This isn't a bad price though.
#6
deanos
Yes i got a gift pack free with a mag sub, the glass cleaner is the best ive used, the polish is very good too.

The bottle sizes are 325ml so not that big, but it does go a very long way.



I did too with auto express sub -cost me a quid for 6 bottles of auto glym (rang and complained that it hadnt been delivered, which it wasn't and ended up with 2 lots LOL)
The 325 bottles will last quite a while though.
#7
Cheers good find, meaning to try the Autoglym stuff but always put off by the price
#8
Good price but the meguiars range of products (gold wash especially) are far superior to autoglym products in my experience! Voted hot anyway
#9
Yes I use Autoglym. The shampoo is very good and so is their screenwash. Autoglym is approved for use by Aston Martin so I think it should cut the mustard with most cars...
#10
You can easily spend a whole lot more on car care products, for example http://zymol.co.uk/shop/item.asp?PID=1517&scID=25 but why do it if Autoglym does the job well enough? :)
#11
Autoglym has got to be the best car care product on the market, endorsed by car compan's like aston martin as mentioned
#12
autoglym is just rubbish, anyone that knows their waxes know how bad this stuff is. you want gd wax you have to pay for it, like dodo juice, p21s etc etc.
if aston martin said they put their hands in the fire, i suppose you would as well:w00t:
#13
Autoglym is a good product and have used it and it lasted ages, but most car detailers use zymol products which are very good.

[Edit] Sorry, If welsh andy says it's rubbish then it must be 8 > 0 [End edit]
#14
what is so bad about it, welsh andy?
#15
welsh andy
autoglym is just rubbish, anyone that knows their waxes know how bad this stuff is. you want gd wax you have to pay for it, like dodo juice, p21s etc etc.
if aston martin said they put their hands in the fire, i suppose you would as well:w00t:


I suppose that's just great if we all drive a Bentley Continental. But I don't think many people here do. For the average car, Autoglym is pretty darn good. I have the 10 year lifeshine guaranteed coating on my ST170 and it looks pretty smart. A quick wash, and back to dazzling. Not much point messing about with £100+ detailing waxes when the weather in the UK never permits a car to stay clean for long. Probably for those people who have a weekend car in the garage (seems most likely, as those are the types that can afford a weekend car!)
#16
phoenix_af
Good price but the meguiars range of products (gold wash especially) are far superior to autoglym products in my experience! Voted hot anyway


Meguiars is superb - especially if you use Gold wash and the Gold polish - which gives a great shine to the car. I can get away with polishing my car a couple of times a year and after a Gold wash it just looks like it has been newly polished - great products. Autoglym is good but I think Meguiars is better and costs around the same.
#17
A car cleaning kit for christmas....hmmm, lovely.
My mother in law bought me a shammy once for christmas years ago and I still haven't forgiven her!
#18
welsh andy;1343804
autoglym is just rubbish, anyone that knows their waxes know how bad this stuff is. you want gd wax you have to pay for it, like dodo juice, p21s etc etc.
if aston martin said they put their hands in the fire, i suppose you would as well:w00t:



I think what Welsh Andy is referring to is the Super Resin polish. Its actually quite abrasive stuff so i would recommend using it not more than 3 or 4 times a year..A good alternative is P21s polish which will set you back around £25, but is actually like carnumba wax, and actually shines and protects the car, as opposed to the super resin polish that only polishes..

Its good stuff nonetheless, if used in moderation..
#19
cheekyboy_123
I think what Welsh Andy is referring to is the Super Resin polish. Its actually quite abrasive stuff so i would recommend using it not more than 3 or 4 times a year..A good alternative is P21s polish which will set you back around £25, but is actually like carnumba wax, and actually shines and protects the car, as opposed to the super resin polish that only polishes..

Its good stuff nonetheless, if used in moderation..



Super Resin is actually a mild abrassive, which has fillers in it to mask any imperfections in the paint, also has slight protection too. SRP teamed up EGP is a good combo for those on a budget. Super Resin applied by a machine polisher takes it to another level, like all things the more money you can spend the best the results, BUT Auto Glym do make good products. Pop over to [url]www.cleanyourcar.co.uk[/url] if you are looking for serious product and [url]www.detailingworld.com[/url] if you want to know a little more/ look at the stunning cars.
#20
I always use Autoglym - great stuff! There are better products out there but then they cost a significant amount more generally. This is a good deal.
#21
wicked deal here.

SRP is really good. i use it for polishing, then use p21s to finish.
#22
ap123ap
what is so bad about it, welsh andy?


There is nothing particularly bad about it, it depends what you want it to do, Autoglym polish (the red label one) has quite a high cutting action, almost like 1/2 the strength of T-Cut, so it will bring a shine up, it is easy to use and leaves little residue but contains few natural waxes and protecting qualities. You may find that you are re-applying more frequently than some similar priced rivals.

The competition - the Zymol smells lovely and is full of natural wax enhancing products but leaves more residue so needs more work.

Maguires NXT is a good product, similar to Autoglym in containing few natural waxes but has recent technological enhancements over the 10+ year formula in Autoglym.

I'm currently using Sonax 3 stage system with a porter cable and its doing a good job and is less abrasive.

Where I have marks on the car, such as parking doors and striation from passing twigs down the nearside I will use Autoglym as a mild cuttter to remove before applying something on top more protective.

..... back on topic....

All the other 3 bottles are supurb and as a deal it is still good value. I also thik Quidco has just added Argos for a limited period to cashback!!
1 Like #23
Autolglym are great middle of the road valeting products and for £9,99 that is a great deal. They are similar to Meguiars, but Autoglym has been in the game a lot longer and sells better products to many more people in the trade. Meguairs are more of a gimmick product which are perfect for your average boy racer, who likes his tyres and dashboard to shine.

Comparing Autoglymns polishes to expensive waxes is just plain dumb. For a start, there is a difference between a polish and a wax. Super resin polish is not abrasive, but has a slight cut to it and is a great product for giving your tired paintwork a good spruce up, but shouldn't be used every week.

Expensive waxes like the Zymol range just give your car a protective coating without the cut.

Meguiars carnauba wax is a con as it is in liquid form. Carnauba cannot be held in a liquid suspension.

If your serious about rectifying tired paintwork I would recommend the following:

1. Machine polish with 3M finnesse-it and 3M waffle head.
2.Polish with 3M hand glaze to remove hologram effect from machine polishing.
3. 3M Rosa Polish by hand.
4. Harly Wax car by hand.

For deeper scratches, I would recommend (3M) P2000 Paper, G3 Farecla and hard compounding head, then go through the stages above,
#24
kitchpoo
I also thik Quidco has just added Argos for a limited period to cashback!!


Just checked 6% for online transactions via Quidco until 18th Dec - But I dont think the category this falls in is included unfortunately.
#25
Cool, got me some pre-ordered and will pick up tomorrow, makes me glad HUKD is fubar, i stood a chance of getting a deal before it sold out!
#26
Four quality products for a tenner and makes a nice gift for me or anyone else that likes a nice loooking car without resorting to clay or other high price efforts. For the average joe this is more than good enough and will make your car a lot nicer than taking it down to the local car wash which is something any decerning car cleaning fetisher would never do :-D

Seems like a good deal to me, so hot it is.
#27
325 bottles will last long
#28
Got mine :thumbsup:

Now totally sold out in Fife.
#29
welsh andy;1343804
autoglym is just rubbish, anyone that knows their waxes know how bad this stuff is. you want gd wax you have to pay for it, like dodo juice, p21s etc etc.
if aston martin said they put their hands in the fire, i suppose you would as well:w00t:

Sounds like an idiot statement. Of course you can pay a lot more for higher quality products if you really must, but who here (barr 'wax experts') will tell the difference (or even care) on their regular vehicles.
#30
I see no-one mentioned Turtle Wax, I currently use that but having read the thread it seems Autoglym is very good. Is Autoglym better than Turtle Wax then?
#31
Great find, collected ours yesterday, my car is gleaming as we speak !! lol:thumbsup:
#32
I have found out some useful info. Apparently trade Autoglym products are the same as the retail range, but usually in bigger sizes - and can be better value for money if you can get hold of them.

For example,
Liquid Hard Wax (trade) is the same as Extra Gloss Protection,
Radiant wax is the same as Super Resin Polish.
Autogloss rinse is the same as Aqua wax.
#33
My father-in-law used to be a distributor for Autoglym, so have used their polish for over 15 years. Generally they are very good products, but as they do such a broad range you will find that some competitor products are better for particular cleaning tasks eg Wonder Wheels is better product for alloy wheels. Voted hot.
#34
chaffordred
For deeper scratches, I would recommend (3M) P2000 Paper, G3 Farecla and hard compounding head, then go through the stages above,


Or after the G3, do some G10 or Gold/Blacktop.

Anyway a pic of a car that was G3'd with an electric drill and white foam, then finished with Autoglym (green wash and red wax). And trust me, this car was COVERED in scratches (£300 ebay sh***r).

http://www.shengis.net/feocpics/gag4.jpg

And if you go to car shows you can normally get the bigger sized bottles at a fraction the price Halfords etc charge. Love the stuff. :thumbsup:

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