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Old 19-03-2017, 12:28 PM   #11
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Not fusso related but to the use of coloured dyes in snow foams (a vid on youtube ) and QDs (own experience of red dye separation and on MF). You get dye residue so whilst this will not drastically change the colour of a car there is residue (however small) left on the paint.

If I was getting Fusso or any other coloured wax then I would get one closer to my car, just for the tiniest 0000.1% difference.
I challenge anyone to spot the difference on a light car between fusso dark and light.
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Old 19-03-2017, 12:56 PM   #12
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I challenge anyone to spot the difference on a light car between fusso dark and light.
Naked eye? They probably wouldn't, but remember you are chasing the 0.00001% "gains".

This is why I like DSW as it doesn't contain perfumes, coloured dyes and other gimmicky extras (no versions for light cars, dark cars etc).
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Old 19-03-2017, 01:12 PM   #13
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I watched the Forensic Detailer on youtube the other day. He did a wax review at the autoglym factory. He did say that dye in the wax did not affect the outcome of the product.

Found it, at 19.50 in the vid:

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Old 19-03-2017, 01:59 PM   #14
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Naked eye? They probably wouldn't, but remember you are chasing the 0.00001% "gains".

This is why I like DSW as it doesn't contain perfumes, coloured dyes and other gimmicky extras (no versions for light cars, dark cars etc).
So if you cant see it with the naked eye then what is the point

If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears does it make a sound?
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So if you cant see it with the naked eye then what is the point

If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears does it make a sound?
My point is that other things equal I won't buy dyed products so with the QD example that leaves the MF coloured, I will get more Sonax BSD as that doesn't leave coloured residue on MF's.
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Old 19-03-2017, 05:45 PM   #16
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Fusso doesn't have any dye in it, it's just a very light minty green which I assume comes from the colour of the ingredients rather than a dye to alter the finish. It's not like those carplan colourwaxes you can buy. There's no more 'colour' to it than a traditional cloudy yellow paste wax. It would probably gain more colour from a single drop of food colouring in the tin. Plus fusso is best applied with the thinnest coat you can, a normal tin will probably coat 100 cars, id be utterly amazed if there was any colour alteration left after application that any spectrometer would be able to detect.

They don't claim a darkening effect from it, just that the formulas are slightly altered to work best with either light or dark colours.
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fusso is a sealant. it contains no colour related ingredient.
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Where's the cheapest place for fusso?
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