Autoglym HD wax £24.35 - Amazon
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Autoglym HD wax £24.35 - Amazon

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Found 24th Mar 2013
Cheapest this has ever been, grab it quick as it will change price again for the worst. Top quality stuff.

Product Description

Designed to be used on fine quality paintwork where the owner wishes to achieve a concourse winning shine. High definition wax imparts a lustre and depth of shine normally only found on the most expensive hand built cars

Box Contains

1x Pot of High Definition Wax 150g
2x Application Sponges
1x HI-Tech Finishing Cloth

Product Description

'A Shining Star' According To AutoEXPRESS. The best wax Autoglym have ever produced. A carefully balanced complex blend of durable polymers, carnauba and microcrystalline waxes, combined with selected solid saturated hydrocarbons and oils. Supplied with Hi Tech Finishing Cloth and Wax Applicators.

27 Comments

Good price and a fantastic product but still expensive for what it is I've tried this and meguiars gold class canuba and meguiars wins both on price and ease of application.. But if your a autoglym person than this is a good price

I guess it's a great deal if it's something you really need / want. Personally I think I'll stick with their super resin polish - I'm happy with the results of it - and you can get a litre of it for a tenner. Better than paying £25 for a hair-wax sized pot of this stuff.

"High definition wax imparts a lustre and depth of shine normally only found on the most expensive hand built cars"
I think this is a bit misleading. Expensive hand-built cars are not sprayed by a robotic arm in a factory they are sprayed by hand. This is the secret to their deep shine and mirror-finish, it's not down to the polish.

Edited by: "reakt" 24th Mar 2013

Good price. Heat added.

I'm well into my detailing, you can't compare this to super resin polish or meguiars gold class, used properly this is head and shoulders above other waxes in its price range.

Good price only time you will get it cheaper is the 3 for 2 at halfords.
Edited by: "Winklexx" 24th Mar 2013

I guess your car is cleaned in high def. LOL

Original Poster

reakt

I guess it's a great deal if it's something you really need / want. … I guess it's a great deal if it's something you really need / want. Personally I think I'll stick with their super resin polish - I'm happy with the results of it - and you can get a litre of it for a tenner. Better than paying £25 for a hair-wax sized pot of this stuff. "High definition wax imparts a lustre and depth of shine normally only found on the most expensive hand built cars"I think this is a bit misleading. Expensive hand-built cars are not sprayed by a robotic arm in a factory they are sprayed by hand. This is the secret to their deep shine and mirror-finish, it's not down to the polish.



Super resin polish is a totally different product than wax.
You polish your car with super resin polish to remove a very fine layer of imperfections/paint, you then wax to protect the freshly polished paint, it gives it a layer of protection.

Google "difference between wax and polish" to bring you up to speed.


Edited by: "reviewz" 24th Mar 2013

I used to apply this after polishing. It's a great product and great price.

Fab product have a couple of pots,dont think I will use them both might stick it on here tomorrow.

reviewz

Super resin polish is a totally different product than wax.You polish … Super resin polish is a totally different product than wax.You polish your car with super resin polish to remove a very fine layer of imperfections/paint, you then wax to protect the freshly polished paint, it gives it a layer of protection.Google "difference between wax and polish" to bring you up to speed.



Google "difference between wax and polish" to bring you up to speed.

I'm sure you could be more patronising if you tried a bit harder.

Thomablue

Google "difference between wax and polish" to bring you up to speed.I'm … Google "difference between wax and polish" to bring you up to speed.I'm sure you could be more patronising if you tried a bit harder.



That's OK, the OP is obviously someone who knows their polish and likes to polish his "things", A LOT.

OP is right though, it was a rather naive comparison.

totally agree that this is great stuff and please do not confuse polish with wax. To Reakt..you are basically stripping the paint of your car with the polish to remove all dirt and then leaving it exposed to worse damage by not applying any wax. it might be fine if you are driving a £1000 banger but if yours is an expensive car, this is a fatal mistake. I am sure Halfords will be doing BOGOF soon (always around easter) and thats where I got two pots of this stuff last year for £44

Try Harly Wax. Pure carnauba and leaves a smooth glass-like surface.

Good deal - I paid £34 for my last tub of Autoglym HD wax. I use Autoglym's, bodywork shampoo/conditioner, super resin polish and then the HD wax. Happy with the result on my 3 year old car.

I prefer poorboys or meguires products myself, Autoglym never really amazes me.

The polish and wax should be used in conjunction with each other.

This stuff is great as is this price. Hopefully it is still this price on pay day!

Why is everything in life 'HD' now?

It's annoying.

SRP is a very light abrasive polish and more of a filler poish.

Zetec Andy

I prefer poorboys or meguires products myself, Autoglym never really … I prefer poorboys or meguires products myself, Autoglym never really amazes me.

Rate a product by what it does rather than the brand. HD wax is excellent stuff and it's 'cheap' at this price.

i used to be into detailing alot...i even detailed a mobile phone which needed some correction work to take out some chips after a drop...for the samsung galaxy lovers and haters thats a beneft of polycarbonate

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Will this get the swirls out of my paintwork? When I park under those lights at a petrol station I can be millions of swirly scratches in the patchwork. Doesn't seem to be visible during the day.

Sadly back up to £32.95 so please expire.

Excellent product by the way, shine lasts for ages.

you need a polish .. autoglym do one which is well reviewed/regarded .. generally to be used once or twice a year after a shampoo but before waxing

Picard123

Will this get the swirls out of my paintwork? When I park under those … Will this get the swirls out of my paintwork? When I park under those lights at a petrol station I can be millions of swirly scratches in the patchwork. Doesn't seem to be visible during the day.

reakt

I guess it's a great deal if it's something you really need / want. … I guess it's a great deal if it's something you really need / want. Personally I think I'll stick with their super resin polish - I'm happy with the results of it - and you can get a litre of it for a tenner. Better than paying £25 for a hair-wax sized pot of this stuff. "High definition wax imparts a lustre and depth of shine normally only found on the most expensive hand built cars"I think this is a bit misleading. Expensive hand-built cars are not sprayed by a robotic arm in a factory they are sprayed by hand. This is the secret to their deep shine and mirror-finish, it's not down to the polish.



But SRP is a polish, this is a wax?

Damn... wish i had managed to grab some of this... need some good wax as my Pete's 53 is pretty much finished!

Just read all the comments - interesting - some people have no idea! no one has mentioned you should actually use Autoglym High Definition Cleanser prior to using the Wax otherwise the Wax will not bond properly to the paintwork & last probably 30 days at the most & you've just wasted your time Waxing, it's like painting a wooden door with gloss paint without sanding it down or under coating it! just for the record £24 for the wax is very good price
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