Morally not ok but what can you do about it. I don't know or seen one person collect the drip.
I mean whatever that drips to the ground. If I wash with shampoo, then I need to use almost a bucket to RINSE it. Then, unless I have a washer tool with suction that collects the water (which I can't afford to buy one), the water will inevitably drip to the ground. Is that legally and morally OK? If not, what would you do if you don't have a parking and park on the street?
There’s lots of cheap stuff out there you can find like trade value stuff but best doesn’t necessarily correlate to cheap.
It’s not too bad. Nothing class leading but it’s also not terrible either. The polar seal is nice to use in the winter and convenient whilst offering decent protection I think.
This product is the best car shampoo I've used. Doesn't leave streaky marks after you've washed it off, somehow it leaves a layer on the surface that must repel the rinse water. I even use this in my washer bottle. A tiny pea sized blob mixed with 2L of water in an old coke bottle makes the perfect washer fluid too.
The car gods brand is quite new and owned by tetrosyl who make the demon shine and car plan range which sits in the budget arena for car care. Sonax is generally considered a good make. I couldn't find enough information on the car gods stuff to make me want to buy it recently as for the money there is tried and tested stuff out there. Just my opinion.
Hi guys how does this stuff fair against the car gods brand
I noticed that. I'll complain if that happens as the picture clearly shows it with a spray head. I've got plenty of empty spray bottles anyway.
Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
McLaren detailer £5 down from £12 at Halfords + £3.99 Delivery£8.99Halfords Deals
Never tried this product but at this price it may be worth a shot
Wow, looks gorgeous. Been finding it so hard keeping my black cars clean from experience. Wish I had this stuff on my older cars.
Tempted to try out their compound polish. Currently using G3 Premium with the DA, doesn't dry out so much on the car. It's nice and oily so won't burn the surface so easily.
Don't think the wet car spray is as durable as this stuff. I think you'd have to spray the wet car wax every time you wash the car whereas you'd only have to use this once to twice a year. Best to coat it twice (leave 24 hours between coats).
(y) 🏾 Thanks, I'm sure you won't regret. Try and use the damp microfibre method if you have enough cloths.
Heat added as even with my Halfords Trade card this is £16.20. Occasionally used Turtle Wax (Dry and Shine) which was very good. However changed to a ceramic wax which cost £19.99 for 6 ltrs and included a spray bottle when it was on offer! Whole car done in under 15 mins. The picture showing me taking a picture is actually the reflection off the bonnet of my 32 year old Ford Sierra which is used most days and in original paint. Here's pics of it done with the "new" ceramic wax I'm using. Water still beading well after a month.May open up a can of worms for dedicated detailers if I mention what it is
Thx OP, handy to use the website same price as instore for C&C also ;) This is good , also by Car Plan and comes in a 5L size , similar product for £10.99 Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/CarPlan-CWR005-Trade-Valet-Hi-Wax/dp/B00MW68QHY/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?keywords=demon+shine+top+glass+cleaning+wax&qid=1555599545&s=automotive&sr=1-1-fkmr1
Go for a modern wax. Much better. This may be cheap, but it is hard work and OK results.
Voted hot for the price, but the market has moved on. There are much better waxes available, I am aware they are much more expensive. Personally I use Dodo Juice waxes.
This is decent stuff and good value for money, but be aware it's hard to work with. I found it took ages to buff off after application, but it did leave a good finish. Most of my tin is still lying in a box somewhere - I moved onto an easier wax to work with. Good price though.
mine arrived yesterday, tested on the TT..great stuff, nice and watery but slippy as hell, no swirl marks ans the wax left behind is brilliant. my new regime i between clay plish wax sessions
bucket of watered down carwash + sponge = worse.
this is slippery stuff, more slippery than a bucket of water! guy tested it online and it gave less abbrasion than tw bucket method. Dont forget your claybar will cause the most damage, you dont care because youll polish it outbthen wax it.
You could always wash it first. Oh, wait... :D
Posted 26th Feb 2018Posted 26th Feb 2018
Turtle Wax Original Hard Shell Shine Car Wax 250g - Was £6.50, Now £2.20 - Instore @ Halfords£2.20Halfords Deals
Turtle Wax Original Hard Shell Shine Car Wax 250g - Was £6.50, Now £2.20 - Instore @ Halfords BARGAIN !