Has Anyone tried this stuff?

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Has Anyone tried this stuff?

Postby shawty500 » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:04 am


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Re: Has Anyone tried this stuff?

Postby scooby0101 » Mon Jan 17, 2011 3:10 pm

Yes mate and it's brilliant. I bought it from www.readytovalet.co.uk, same price and everything.

I was really worried about it scratching but it didnt at all and the shine it left was amazing.

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Re: Has Anyone tried this stuff?

Postby AndyAdmin » Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:23 pm

I tried some a while back it was great but im a bit scared to use it on my black car as that will show up all the scratches, and im not 100% convinced that grit and bits of stone wont get caught in the cloth..
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Re: Has Anyone tried this stuff?

Postby Paddy » Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:38 pm

ultimately you are going to rub the grit into/over the clear coat with that stuff.

Inducing plenty of swirls.

I would stay clear. Its one of those tempoary fixes... like liquid shoe polish... it shines / but never lasts and in the end does more damage than good.

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Look towards 3M compounds and a dual action polisher if you want a 'proper' shine,

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Re: Has Anyone tried this stuff?

Postby Dwabo » Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:35 am

oooo.. dont do it.. I can hear all that grit now being rubbed across your paintwork from your dirty cloth.. causing all those tiny scratches and paint swirls..
stick to a bucket and mit and hosepipe..
or if your a little bit more obsessed like me..
snow foam, 2 bucket method and grit gaurds!!
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