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Carplan Demon Shine 5L was £9.99 @ Halfords £3.00

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Carplan Demon Shine Spray on Polish 5L:

CarPlan Demon Shine Spray On Shine is the instant way to give your car a brilliant shine with NO effort. It is so easy to use and get that 'Just Waxed' look in minutes with no hard rubbing or polishing, just a devilish 'Mirror Finish' shine that lasts for weeks.

Firstly wash with a car shampoo - no need to dry off - simply Spray on the Shine as you dry a panel at a time.

Use carplan demon shine on paintwork, wheels and bumpers for a long lasting shine.
* Size: 5 Litre
* Suitable for: Bodywork
* Type: Combined shampoo / wax
7 of 7 (100%) customers would recommend this product to a friend
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago

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I think B&Q had it at £3, but that was last year. Good price!

However, the bottles I bought are still in the garage unopened!
This is great stuff. Put it in a sprayer, and spray a little bit on the car after washing whilst drying, it leaves the paint looking very good, it removes water marks and generally aids drying with a microfiber cloth, I use it every time I wash my car. At this price it is a bargain. :thumbsup:

And it keeps black trim looking like new!
great stuff , toppricebut none in stock near me Why cold ????
It was £5 (i know I got 3 2 weeks ago).
h & R Added

Thanks for the post!!!:thumbsup:
Any idea if this would work linked to the detergent feed on a pressure washer, or does it need to be used neat?

Of course, the car would be washed with detergent, then rinsed first.

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