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Old 17-03-2017, 09:15 PM   #1
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beading marvelous 1st try.

I tried out a 50ml pot that i received free from slims when i ordered some stuff,

i originally went from ag wax to zaino sealants and then to bmd wax .

Big fan of ag wax and then decided to try the bmd wax which i do not like at all. i hate the grainy feel to it.

Anyway tried out the valet pro beading marvelous and what a really nice product to use.

Spreads really really really well.

It has quite a soft texture to it and a nice smell.Easy to put on and easy to buff off.

i used about 90 percent of a 50ml tub to cover the car with 1 layer.

Pros
easy on
easy off
smells decent
lovely finish

cons: cost effective..
i think it may cost quite expensive long term , not sure if i did anything wrong but i was expecting to maby put 2 or 3 layers of it on 50ml, not sure if thats asking too much.

beading behavior - cant comment yet as i havent took her out in the rain yet.
anybody else tried it?
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I agree it does spread really well and buff's incredibly easy too. You may have over used it though as I have applied 2 coats to a full large car and 2 coats to one panel and still have over 75% of a 50ml tub left. I found the beading was good but not marvellous as the name suggests
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you must have applied it quite thickly to have used that amount mate.you should have hardly made a dent in the tub with one coat.try a dampened applicator & go for an even very thin coat.
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I agree it does spread really well and buff's incredibly easy too. You may have over used it though as I have applied 2 coats to a full large car and 2 coats to one panel and still have over 75% of a 50ml tub left. I found the beading was good but not marvellous as the name suggests
i got caught out in some light rain yesterday and yes i wasnt impressed with the beading. beading seemed like beading from demon shine or something.

maby its cos i applied 1 layer.
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you must have applied it quite thickly to have used that amount mate.you should have hardly made a dent in the tub with one coat.try a dampened applicator & go for an even very thin coat.
ah true yes i should of used a damp pad.il try again. Not impressed with the beading ..im sure ive had better beading from demon shine lol.
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