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Old 16-05-2018, 02:48 PM   #41
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Love the new spray bottles, that was my main gripe with BSD before, actually getting it onto the car. Now it sprays a nice amount of product. Never been grabby for me either and doesn't clog MF's although as others do, I wash mine after each use
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Old 31-05-2018, 12:37 PM   #42
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Try BSD mixed 50:50 with Chemical Bro’s V07, works very nicely






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Old 31-05-2018, 07:51 PM   #43
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Been using BSD for a long time as one of my favourite products. There is no silicone in the product which I think accounts for the reason many say it grabs. The trick is a light mist, wiped over then buffed. Below it was added at the time of drying, really easy and it is the only product on the car. That is a pretty good result for a £7 product.

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Been using BSD for a long time as one of my favourite products. There is no silicone in the product which I think accounts for the reason many say it grabs. The trick is a light mist, wiped over then buffed. Below it was added at the time of drying, really easy and it is the only product on the car. That is a pretty good result for a £7 product.





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Old 24-06-2018, 08:34 PM   #45
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So I tried BSD on the car yesterday and did a 50:50 with Collinite 845 on the bonnet. Couldn't really split the two immediately after application other than the Collinite being smooth like you'd expect and the BSD "dragging" like you might expect.
Fast forward to this evening and 80 miles on the clock in the dry dusty conditions this weekend and as the sun came down and caught the bonnet at the right angle I couldn't believe how much more dust was on the "smooth" Collinite side. The line down the middle is very distinct, and you can zoom into the hires original image linked below you can see the difference is dramatic.
I'm sold on this product.



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Old 25-06-2018, 10:33 AM   #46
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It's not replacement for an LSP though. Personally I use Collinite 845 twice a year when I do a full detail, then use BSD after every wash as a top-up.
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Old 25-06-2018, 12:06 PM   #47
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Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of 845 and 915, but often these things are subjective. I was just struck by the obvious difference.
We often see just cleaned images and the cars look great, as they should, but to see the effect of a product keeping it cleaner for longer is maybe what we should be reporting on aswell.
The BSD went on and off over the whole car in maybe 15 mins, so I could apply it every other week in the summer for that longer lasting clean look, and save my Collis for the winter protection.
It might be worth repeating the 50:50 in the winter to see the effect in wet and wintery conditions.
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Old 25-06-2018, 12:31 PM   #48
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For some time now I have used Colly 476, 2 coats applied with a 24 hour gap.

The only maintenance has been wash or ONR (wash) followed by BSD and occasionally a sealant such as DoDo Acrylic spritz.

There is no need to re apply the wax for 6 months and I bet you could wait 12 months. The build up of polymers from ONR, BSD and sealant keep the finish feeling and looking superb.

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