Demon wash, demon shine £2 @ Asda
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Demon wash, demon shine £2 @ Asda

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Found 31st May 2013
found this in asda reduced to £2 from £12
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Good price but think asda are being optimistic on the normal prices as this is never £12. The most I've seen demon shine is £5 - £6.50 when its not on offer

Tried the demon shine, i wasnt that impressed tbh, but heat for good price.

I saw this and didn't realise it was discounted so much otherwise I would have bought some.

But after reading PhilthyPhil's post above...

Don't get me wrong, its not bad, tho gets mixed reviews online.
Some folks rave abt it. Some think its coloured water.
Apparently it needs applied with a watering can for best results....
(Might get some funny looks frm the neighbours)
I'm thinking of giving the wash a go.

I use this stuff with a watering can and its pretty good stuff!

JohnnyRob

I saw this and didn't realise it was discounted so much otherwise I would … I saw this and didn't realise it was discounted so much otherwise I would have bought some. But after reading PhilthyPhil's post above...


I've used the shine and is so easy to apply and gives a great finish!!

PhilthyPhil

Don't get me wrong, its not bad, tho gets mixed reviews online. Some … Don't get me wrong, its not bad, tho gets mixed reviews online. Some folks rave abt it. Some think its coloured water.Apparently it needs applied with a watering can for best results....(Might get some funny looks frm the neighbours)I'm thinking of giving the wash a go.


Best to dilute this in a spray bottle and then apply. This gives you better coverage and you can concerntrate on smaller areas.

Banned

get aldi 3 litre for £3.99 its sick bro, gives a right shine like a garage

I use demon shine. it only works well if you paint surface is already in good condition. my car cleaning method: wash car with good shampoo (like dodo juice) rinse then demon shine and dry with Microfibre cloth. I try and wash once a week and with this method only have to wax the car once a year.

Use the demon shine at every wash, best way I've found is as someone says above dilute into a spray bottle, demon have even started selling it this way now, gives a nice shine for zero effort, gives a nice bead afterwards as well

Its often at this price. You can use it as a lubricant for clay bars.

Can't recommend enough. My head is like a mirror now.

Our local ASDA (Heathfield, Ayr) also has the spray bottles of Demon Shine at £2.00. Bottom line, as a quick detailer, it's cheap and cheerful. Goes on easily, buffs off easily, and does what it says on the label. I've used the 'dilute and drizzle' approach with Demon Shine too - it gives a wee bit of a shine, but the next snow foam takes it straight back off. I now do a 'quick detail' every time I wash the car, and it keeps a nice gloss - but nothing like a quality wax applied on well-prepared paint.
Edited by: "kennethsross" 1st Jun 2013

pipehippy

Can't recommend enough. My head is like a mirror now.



Your baldness preceeds you my good man.

awful product.. really awful. get it wrong and you will have to wash the car again. Their other products are good.. but this is really poor :-(

FTOdude170

awful product.. really awful. get it wrong and you will have to wash the … awful product.. really awful. get it wrong and you will have to wash the car again. Their other products are good.. but this is really poor :-(



Intrigued - please explain - unless you let it dry on the car, leading to spotting and streaking...?
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