***EDIT*** Price Drop!! Sonax Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer 750ml £5.52 @ Eurocarparts
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***EDIT*** Price Drop!! Sonax Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer 750ml £5.52 @ Eurocarparts

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Found 22nd May 2016
Cheapest I have ever seen and nearly double everywhere else.
Sonax Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer 750ml.

I use this and it beads water like nothing else I have tried even very expensive waxes and the results are totally amazing.

Enter promo code: CLUB2008OC to get it for £5:52 Delivered

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Use code Holiday25 to get cheaper still
Sub Total: £ 6.99
Coupon Benefit: - £ 1.75
Grand Total (inc VAT): £ 5.24
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It is good stuff, but if you go through as much detailer as me, it may be worth investing 3.78L(!!) of Meguiars Last Touch Quick detailer, which I recommend diluting 1:1 giving you over 7.5L of detailer

http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/p/car-accessories/summer-essentials/car-cleaning/car-detailing/?549775901&0&cc5_761

In comparison with other QDs I've used, it works best for a final glossy finish, rather than cleaning, as the name would suggest.

£26.85 with your code, making it less than £4 a litre for very high quality detailer, best I've seen, thanks
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Bloody hell 7.5 litres ....what you doing Drinking it !!
12.12% additional cashback if you go through TCB.
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Bloody hell 7.5 litres ....what you doing Drinking it !!



More than I'll ever need probably, but I tend to go through the 500/750ml bottles in no time
Fellow 2008 owner... Haha... Cheers for the code!
thanks, i like sonax for the wifes honda frv, takes ages to go round it with wax but the sonax does it well. also works well on the marble in the shower. ive gone for some last touch aswell to try on the R32.
http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/p/car-accessories/car-cleaning/summer-essentials/summer-gift-pack/?549771890&0&cc5_598

Not normally a fan of 'gift packs', but for £15.80 with the code this seems a bargain, the Ultimate Quik Wax (450ml) alone is listed as £16 odd on the site, the wash and wax is decent, never tried the interior detailer.

thanks, i like sonax for the wifes honda frv, takes ages to go round it … thanks, i like sonax for the wifes honda frv, takes ages to go round it with wax but the sonax does it well. also works well on the marble in the shower. ive gone for some last touch aswell to try on the R32.



If you don't have time to wax have you tried the quik wax in the link above? Just spray and wipe like a QD with a similar gloss finish but lasts far longer
good find op, heat added
good stuff
Heat added, good find. Ordered this, some Sonax Red Summer Shampoo and some Sonax Nano Protect Wheel Sealant.
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People who vote this COLD please can you say why?
This stuff is amazing at the this price is almost like theft.

What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



Autoglym Tar Remover
I use Trix and a g3 mitt
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What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



​Use a clay bar. This will remove it

What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



Tar-X

People who vote this COLD please can you say why?


I didn't vote yet but I thought it looked like a cheap brand compared to the likes of Auto Glym, Poorboys etc and I figured that because it was from Eurocarparts it was their own brand and cheap and cheerful.
The £5 price tag didn't seem like a bargain, but it sounds like this is good stuff having read comments and at a good price for a good quantity so I'm voting hot now.
Hot from me and ordered 2

What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



Autosmart Tardis for tar spots.

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What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.

.. Hi try WD40 works a treat.. Or there are tar removers on the market. You must let it soak in for a bit and use a soft cloth or excessive rubbing will affect the clear coat. Hope this helps.
I normally use Poorboys spray and wipe as a waterless wash, but at this price I'll give Sonax a go.
Edited by: "skdotcom" 22nd May 2016

What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.




Dodo Juice Tarmalade.
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What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



​As others have said, Autoglym Tar Remover. Good product, dab on to some Shop Towel and it comes straight off. Dont rub hard and shampoo paintwork afterwards.
This is great but you have to get over the "grabby" finish it leaves, amazing to apply, amazing shine, amazing beading, but when you touch it, the finish is not at all slick like 99.9% of products, it feels quite rough. Also the dispenser shoots it out like a water pistol, yet you need so little of the product that a fine mist would be better. That said I still use it and this price is hot hot hot.
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What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



​also re: alloys. i use Bilt & Hamber Auto wheel. give the car a shampoo first with Karcher car wash attachment and megs gold. including wheels. then spray the b&h on, leave 6mins, rinse off while using wheel brush to remove the grime.

OK thanks guys, got a few suggestions there lol..


Have a look on cleanyourcar forums
Bargain ordered!

For tar and glue removal, I'd highly recommend Valet Pro Tar & Glue remover

What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, … What do you guys use to get little spots of black (tar?) off you car, usually get it stuck around bottom of front doors, tried everything short of picking it off as that brings the paint with it, I dont have a fancy car just a Zafira Tourer as i have a big family, but i did go for the SRI model with sports trim, so it looks nice when done well.. I use the two bucket method and swear by turtle wax done proper.also alloys i struggle to get the hard on brake dust, bought some wheel and alloy cleaner (red stuff) but it doesn't do anything.



Bit late to this one, but yeah, a clay bar, using quick detailer to lubricate
Cheers, I've just ordered 5 as this is great stuff and couldn't really turn it down at whats half price.

Just realized though you can get 5 liters for £34.95, I guess it's more convenient in these bottles though.

cleanyourcar.co.uk/val…tml
This stuff beads water like crazy for such little effort, excellent price too!
Heat added, 2 ordered, this stuff is the nuts
Thanks, after looking at the comments ordered a couple!
Does this potentially wear off and cause damage or ill effect to the car? I used RainX on my old cars windscreen and overall I regret doing so. The first application was amazing - clean, streak free and worked brilliantly. Then after two months or so, it started to fade, so thought I'd give it a touch up. Then a month, then a fortnight, then a week. The gap between necessary applications grew thinner and thinner, because if you didn't you end up with worse than what you started with - patches of windscreen cleaning *okay*, and patches of rain just sitting on your windscreen, not moving.

Does this potentially wear off and cause damage or ill effect to the car? … Does this potentially wear off and cause damage or ill effect to the car? I used RainX on my old cars windscreen and overall I regret doing so. The first application was amazing - clean, streak free and worked brilliantly. Then after two months or so, it started to fade, so thought I'd give it a touch up. Then a month, then a fortnight, then a week. The gap between necessary applications grew thinner and thinner, because if you didn't you end up with worse than what you started with - patches of windscreen cleaning *okay*, and patches of rain just sitting on your windscreen, not moving.


Potentially, yes.

Edited by: "swoopster" 23rd May 2016

Bit late to this one, but yeah, a clay bar, using quick detailer to … Bit late to this one, but yeah, a clay bar, using quick detailer to lubricate


This stuff is amazing and so easy to use , can higly recommend it and it isn't too harsh on the paint.
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javey93

Does this potentially wear off and cause damage or ill effect to the car? … Does this potentially wear off and cause damage or ill effect to the car? I used RainX on my old cars windscreen and overall I regret doing so. The first application was amazing - clean, streak free and worked brilliantly. Then after two months or so, it started to fade, so thought I'd give it a touch up. Then a month, then a fortnight, then a week. The gap between necessary applications grew thinner and thinner, because if you didn't you end up with worse than what you started with - patches of windscreen cleaning *okay*, and patches of rain just sitting on your windscreen, not moving.



​No. Your rain-x example just shows that you needed to give the windscreen a proper clean before reapplication, if you would have done that it would have been fine.
Same with this or any kind of wax/sealant, you shouldn't just apply over and over. There gets to a point where you will need to strip back the layers to start again. Once every 6 months or so the car will need a good clean/polish to take the old wax and ingrained contaminants out of the paint.
Similarly, you don't continuously moisturise your face every day without washing the old stuff off.
bargain at this price :-)
Out of stock but I had an e-mail to say expected in on the 03/06/2016
My order arrived today. Just quickly cleaned the car with it. Seems OK, but perhaps a bit too thick, and the spray isnt that fine. Thinking about putting it in an empty 1 litre spray bottle and topping up with water. Has anyone else tried to dilute it?

Edit.....and just ordered another 3 bottles!
Edited by: "skdotcom" 24th May 2016
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