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Demon Shine (5 litre) 2 for £5.00 @ Asda

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
I came across this in Asda on Saturday but forgot to post. This offer is for 2No. 5 litre demon shine car wax. Simply mix the concentrated demon shine to water, pour over car and let it dry............simples :)
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#1
Anyone find this stuff useful?
#2
to be honesti wanted to buy it but i talked byself out of it............ what a plonker
#3
It's OK - durability not that great - doesn't last long. But gives a 'quick fix' for a few days :)

Best used on a car which is properly cared for paintwise, for best effect.

Very cheap considering Halfraulds sell a 2 litre bottle for nearly £7! oO

Reason I have it because I got a litre free with a mag subscription :)
#5
i saw this in rugby too, its obviously everywhere
#6
so it seems to be good but wheres the heat.........
#7
It's been on offer for over a month in my local - can also mix / match with loads of other car products including Triplewax shampoo and T-Cut.

Great stuff, really prolongues the shine after a decent wash.
#8
stek2010
It's been on offer for over a month in my local - can also mix / match with loads of other car products including Triplewax shampoo and T-Cut.Great stuff, really prolongues the shine after a decent wash.

Ok so we have a few people who swear by this product, I think i will get it, great thing is its very quick to use so worth a punt
#9
I always look at the miniature car section in Asda cambridge. Ill have a look tonight, see if there is any.
1 Like #10
They have this is loads of ASDAs. Was going to buy it myself but also talked myself out of it somehow :/
#11
sh0xygen
They have this is loads of ASDAs. Was going to buy it myself but also talked myself out of it somehow :/

I dont know how we managed it........such a good deal........damn we are tight lol
#12
Ill pick some up on my next round to Asda.

I was there after posting that message and saw it on offer, yet I still talked myself out of buying it X)

Would anyone trust those water squeegie things on their car bodywork? Hand carwash places seem to use them alot.. (also in the 2 for £5 offer at asda)
#13
sh0xygen
Ill pick some up on my next round to Asda.I was there after posting that message and saw it on offer, yet I still talked myself out of buying it X)Would anyone trust those water squeegie things on their car bodywork? Hand carwash places seem to use them alot.. (also in the 2 for £5 offer at asda)

i bought a water squeegy thing and i regret it. I used it on my Audi and never again. Mine was from the pound shop which is a lot harder but it scratched my car due to the grit left. I know the one you want is probably a silicon blade but its MUCH better to just not to use it because the dust will stick to it due to its sticky nature. Best bet is to let the car almost dry and then go out with a tea towel and dry it off..... newspaper is THE BEST for windows!!!!
1 Like #14
This stuff is fantastic!
Dont expect a great deal of protection but it makes drying the car damn easy, just use an open necked watering can and pour over, watch the water sheet off.
#15
This stuff is fantastic!
Dont expect a great deal of protection but it makes drying the car damn easy, just use an open necked watering can and pour over, watch the water sheet off.
Rupz
sh0xygen
Ill pick some up on my next round to Asda.I was there after posting that message and saw it on offer, yet I still talked myself out of buying it X)Would anyone trust those water squeegie things on their car bodywork? Hand carwash places seem to use them alot.. (also in the 2 for £5 offer at asda)


i bought a water squeegy thing and i regret it. I used it on my Audi and never again. Mine was from the pound shop which is a lot harder but it scratched my car due to the grit left. I know the one you want is probably a silicon blade but its MUCH better to just not to use it because the dust will stick to it due to its sticky nature. Best bet is to let the car almost dry and then go out with a tea towel and dry it off..... newspaper is THE BEST for windows!!!!


Your correct with the towel however you need to buy a waffle weave towel which has a really deep pile, that way any grit that may be left gets lost in the pile and not on your bodywork.
This is why a shammy leather is also not good for scratches.
#16
Just a side note, do not let this stuff dry.
Either drive the car after if you are short on time so it blows off or use the methods above.
#17
nathjh
I always look at the miniature car section in Asda cambridge. Ill have a look tonight, see if there is any.


Should last for blinking ages if that's what your gonna use it on. :)
#18
I just find this stuff a pain to use, and if it leaks in the boot all hell lets loose!!
#19
aircanman
I just find this stuff a pain to use, and if it leaks in the boot all hell lets loose!!

if it leaks into your boot then so will rain water.... change the seals or change the car :)
#20
why was there grit on the car your supposed to wash it first
Rupz
sh0xygen
Ill pick some up on my next round to Asda.I was there after posting that message and saw it on offer, yet I still talked myself out of buying it X)Would anyone trust those water squeegie things on their car bodywork? Hand carwash places seem to use them alot.. (also in the 2 for £5 offer at asda)
i bought a water squeegy thing and i regret it. I used it on my Audi and never again. Mine was from the pound shop which is a lot harder but it scratched my car due to the grit left. I know the one you want is probably a silicon blade but its MUCH better to just not to use it because the dust will stick to it due to its sticky nature. Best bet is to let the car almost dry and then go out with a tea towel and dry it off..... newspaper is THE BEST for windows!!!!
1 Like #21
'Grit' can be blown dust etc on a windy day for example.

In my experience NEVER EVER use any sort of blade [silicone or other wise ] to remove water from your car, otherwise it will become scratched to buggery with swirls. It can happen very easily.

This is the sort of damage you can inflict without realising http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e295/faythur/swirl3.jpg

In this case this was a brand new Golf 'prepared' by a dealer!

Xen0 has the correct advice for car care - wash with either a microfibre 'noodle' mitt or sheepskin mitt, and dry with a purpose made microfibre towel - chamois are out now too.

Edited By: Faythur on Mar 08, 2011 11:58
#22
I have a "i cant believe its not skeepskin" mit and will wash the car with it.........good news, i finally made my way to asda and had the courage to pic up the stuff only i havent got round to using it lol.... will use it and see how it goes.... may also use it to clean my house windows too :)
#23
its says on the instructions not to use on windows.....how impossible if you are washing your car with the stuff.
#24
salsheikh
its says on the instructions not to use on windows.....how impossible if you are washing your car with the stuff.

only because when you use it it leaves a residue, but just buff it off. Its the same as using a polish and in the event you had polish on yoe window you would let it dry and buff it off. its brilliant on windonws anyway, beads so well.
#25
You can dilute it 1-1.. put it in a spray bottle and you have a fantastic quick detailer and drying aid,, brilliant stuff,,

Edited By: planthead on Mar 08, 2011 21:32
#26
why did this get expried???? its still in asda
#27
went to asda today and still there

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