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Autoglym super resin Polish imparts an exceptionally high gloss shine to all types and colours of automotive paintwork. The super resin Polish is easy to use and contains specialized emulsifiers and conditioners to gently clean and condition your paintwork. The low molecular weight resins harden and bond to give exceptional protection and the best cosmetic effect. Treated high gloss Surfaces are highly resistant to deterioration from most environmental contaminants and weather conditions including UV light.
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Davycee0114/06/2020 18:48

I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, … I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, I turned away from it. While it does indeed give a lovely finish, and is easy to use, I found it just didn't last and had to be applied frequently.I now use Turtle Wax Diamond Ultra wax, much cheaper and gives superb finish - more importantly it lasts far longer.


This is polish, not wax. Are you sure this was the one you used before?
Works well on my hair
walke_mr14/06/2020 21:19

Can’t believe we have a detailing thread and @Toon_army hasn’t popped up ye …Can’t believe we have a detailing thread and @Toon_army hasn’t popped up yet...I like this stuff it leaves a really good shine and is easy to use, it does have a little bit of wax in it but adding the extra gloss protection over the top gives a lovely finish


I've been in bed all day mate I work a Sunday nightshift every week so spend the whole of Sunday tucked away.
I feel I'm repeating myself on each thread, I thought people would have been sick of me by now haha. People still confuse polish with wax and polish with compound!
This is decent stuff, still got a unopened bottle in the shed that I was planning on using through this summer.
I like how other people are wanting to look after their cars though, so many just abuse them... I understand it's just a work horse to some people or form of transportation but it's always nice to have a clean car, or so I think
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I’ve used this before it’s quite good. By the time you get round your car putting it on you can start rubbing it off. I’m no expert but I like this, tempted to buy another bottle
Best stuff I've tried! Excellent price for 1L bottle!

Have some shiny resin covered heat OP 🏻
Having come from a valeting background I can say this is decent stuff

You can use it to bring back smooth black plastics too like pillar trims etc. Used to use it to restore my headlights also.
Used it for years, and other than Meguiars it's the best I've used.
Works well on my hair
Gone already?
Nice mixer with gin
You know a lot of people slate the AG applicator pads you can get but I found them to be proper good when using with this / extra gloss protection.
I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, I turned away from it. While it does indeed give a lovely finish, and is easy to use, I found it just didn't last and had to be applied frequently.

I now use Turtle Wax Diamond Ultra wax, much cheaper and gives superb finish - more importantly it lasts far longer.
Davycee0114/06/2020 18:48

I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, … I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, I turned away from it. While it does indeed give a lovely finish, and is easy to use, I found it just didn't last and had to be applied frequently.I now use Turtle Wax Diamond Ultra wax, much cheaper and gives superb finish - more importantly it lasts far longer.


This is polish, not wax. Are you sure this was the one you used before?
Great stuff but buy the Extra Gloss Protection as well
It’s a very good polish with filler if that’s what you want. There is 0 abrasive in this so don’t expect the swirls to be fixed, but they will be temporarily filled
banterchicken14/06/2020 19:20

It’s a very good polish with filler if that’s what you want. There is 0 abr …It’s a very good polish with filler if that’s what you want. There is 0 abrasive in this so don’t expect the swirls to be fixed, but they will be temporarily filled


I appreciate the difference between a polish and a wax, but what do you recommend that would fix the swirls in a black finish? Many thanks
PhilthyPhil14/06/2020 20:12

I appreciate the difference between a polish and a wax, but what do you …I appreciate the difference between a polish and a wax, but what do you recommend that would fix the swirls in a black finish? Many thanks


A machine polisher and a proper polishing compound. Then followed up with some sort of of protection. That is the simplest example.
ad_182_uk14/06/2020 20:15

A machine polisher and a proper polishing compound. Then followed up with …A machine polisher and a proper polishing compound. Then followed up with some sort of of protection. That is the simplest example.


Surely you don't have to machine polish every time?
PhilthyPhil14/06/2020 20:16

Surely you don't have to machine polish every time?


Why would paint swirls keep coming back? Once they're gone, if the paintwork is maintained properly, they won't come back.

A machine polish is not necessary but it does make things a lot easier.
Davycee0114/06/2020 18:48

I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, … I have to say that having used this quite a bit over the years, I turned away from it. While it does indeed give a lovely finish, and is easy to use, I found it just didn't last and had to be applied frequently.I now use Turtle Wax Diamond Ultra wax, much cheaper and gives superb finish - more importantly it lasts far longer.


As others have said, this is a polish. It's not a finishing product like a wax. By applying this, you're stripping back a fine layer of the top surface of your paintwork.

For anyone who wants a long lasting finish, I'd recommend using a liquid sealant instead of a wax. Especially in the winter, it holds up much better. Waxing in the winter can be pretty pointless.
edanfalls14/06/2020 20:39

As others have said, this is a polish. It's not a finishing product like a …As others have said, this is a polish. It's not a finishing product like a wax. By applying this, you're stripping back a fine layer of the top surface of your paintwork.For anyone who wants a long lasting finish, I'd recommend using a liquid sealant instead of a wax. Especially in the winter, it holds up much better. Waxing in the winter can be pretty pointless.


How can you be stripping back the paint when it is not an abrasive compound and you apply it gently? My understanding was that it adds a layer which you polish...filling in the imperfections not removing Like a buffing compound!
AdamWesleyWhittle14/06/2020 20:55

How can you be stripping back the paint when it is not an abrasive …How can you be stripping back the paint when it is not an abrasive compound and you apply it gently? My understanding was that it adds a layer which you polish...filling in the imperfections not removing Like a buffing compound!


My comment was more in general about polishes, I'm not that familiar with this one so you may be right. That's normal to add a layer then polish it off, but it sounds like maybe this is quite a light polish with a light sealant added in as well for protection?
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Your quite correct, and I apologize for blurring the distinction between a wax and a polish. I also got the product name incorrect.

The product I'm using is Turtle Wax Super Hard Shell Finish finishing wax. The old bangers I drive aren't worth the time and energy of super detailing with machines and various products, I just like to keep the car generally clean and smart, and it's easier to wash and remove bird droppings. When I get a car, I clay bar it once, apply the above, then find periodic applications maintain a level of shine that's quite sufficient for me. My current car is dark green, and looks lovely all the time, even when dirty. My car lives outside, so swirl marks and scratches? Yup, bound to be if I look close enough.

I find this stuff gives a good shine, and lasts for ages - whether it's removing a layer of paint with each application doesn't bother me, it's never going to wear through the paint in the time I own it before the scrapyard becon's!
Edited by: "Davycee01" 14th Jun
Can’t believe we have a detailing thread and @Toon_army hasn’t popped up yet...

I like this stuff it leaves a really good shine and is easy to use, it does have a little bit of wax in it but adding the extra gloss protection over the top gives a lovely finish
Does this provide enough of a bling that I can drive without headlights? :/
I clay barred mine, then gave it 2 coats of wax, and the MOT man still failed it, so I'd say no...
When my VW Jetta was new in 08 this was applied at the Dealer. 12 years on and the car cleans itself in the rain and never needs the bodywork washing. Just soapy water for the wheels. The car still looks as shiney as new.
One of the the review comments:
“Not as far as I am aware. I believe it works by drying on and buffing off to lightly remove some paint. Applying with water will just increase the drying time and thin it down too much to be effective.”

Sounds like anyone with a car that has good paintwork only needs a wax and not a polish
Edited by: "Madgtrukx" 14th Jun
walke_mr14/06/2020 21:19

Can’t believe we have a detailing thread and @Toon_army hasn’t popped up ye …Can’t believe we have a detailing thread and @Toon_army hasn’t popped up yet...I like this stuff it leaves a really good shine and is easy to use, it does have a little bit of wax in it but adding the extra gloss protection over the top gives a lovely finish


I've been in bed all day mate I work a Sunday nightshift every week so spend the whole of Sunday tucked away.
I feel I'm repeating myself on each thread, I thought people would have been sick of me by now haha. People still confuse polish with wax and polish with compound!
This is decent stuff, still got a unopened bottle in the shed that I was planning on using through this summer.
I like how other people are wanting to look after their cars though, so many just abuse them... I understand it's just a work horse to some people or form of transportation but it's always nice to have a clean car, or so I think
This is basically just full of fillers, so isn’t a great polish if you’re looking for a much better finish. Plus, it isn’t very long lasting.
If youre just using this then you'd be applying it every week!

My routine once every 2-3 month is a good going over with srp then at least 2 coats of poor boys natty wax.
Completely off topic, but I'm looking for a good value, low profile trolley jack if anyone has come across any...
AdamWesleyWhittle14/06/2020 20:55

How can you be stripping back the paint when it is not an abrasive …How can you be stripping back the paint when it is not an abrasive compound and you apply it gently? My understanding was that it adds a layer which you polish...filling in the imperfections not removing Like a buffing compound!


All polish is abrasive.
Rjm12314/06/2020 22:14

All polish is abrasive.


Depends on what lube you're using.
I've got a full bottle of this from a year ago..... Can't be arsed using it... Wish I could be bothered... I've even got the polisher tool and pads lol
PhilthyPhil14/06/2020 20:12

I appreciate the difference between a polish and a wax, but what do you …I appreciate the difference between a polish and a wax, but what do you recommend that would fix the swirls in a black finish? Many thanks


I think menzerna do a range of polish for cutting paintwork, also farecla g3-g10 is great. with a machine you'll be able to achieve a decent correction but I'm not an expert
Rjm12314/06/2020 22:14

All polish is abrasive.


Polishing is an abrasive process, but some polishes are not abrasive they just contain fillers (such as this one)
Edited by: "banterchicken" 14th Jun
Is this comparable to maguires ultimate compund? If I can be bothered then I would use that then a Coat of Simoniz original carnuba wax over the top - how does this fit in to that setup?
iainthor14/06/2020 23:10

Is this comparable to maguires ultimate compund? If I can be bothered then …Is this comparable to maguires ultimate compund? If I can be bothered then I would use that then a Coat of Simoniz original carnuba wax over the top - how does this fit in to that setup?


Yes its pretty comparable so I would not bother, you could spend the, £13 on another product to enhance your collection imo
Real_mac14/06/2020 17:37

Works well on my hair


Works better on the scalp, I don't even need a brolly - water just beads off

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iainthor14/06/2020 23:10

Is this comparable to maguires ultimate compund? If I can be bothered then …Is this comparable to maguires ultimate compund? If I can be bothered then I would use that then a Coat of Simoniz original carnuba wax over the top - how does this fit in to that setup?


Megs is a compound for cutting paint i.e removing swirls, this is a filler what you use after the compound stage then a wax ontop
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