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Old 07-10-2017, 02:52 PM   #41
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I'm OK dude ta. 2.0 apply with a German applicator very sparingly. Full car and leave for a decent amount of time. I left first coat for an hour before removing. Leave for a couple of hours then repeat the process, comes off a dream if you don't cake it on.
Remax I used initially as a drying aid. Less is more. I applied a second coat an hour later to a dry car, again don't use much or you'll get streaks. The glassy finish is outstanding though.
Haven't got any pics yet but will take some after their first wash. Believe me though Mick the finish is excellent. Glad I bought them.
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Old 07-10-2017, 05:48 PM   #42
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Is it more sheeter than beader?
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Well it beads well enough.







but as you can see on vertical panels its run off already.



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Looking glassy
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Cheers bud and yes it looks glassy but I bet it sheets like mad then.
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Yeah its fair to say it doesn't really let water sit on it. It is a glassy finish but one I'm very happy with.
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I should just add this is just Ee2.0 on my car. The remax is on my wife's.
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Old 16-10-2017, 07:32 PM   #48
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EE 2.0 = Big improvement i have liked the original EE since launch, a quick easy product to use if you are not looking to go all guns blazing after a wash and loved the gloss it produces.

EE 2.0 is very easy if not easier than the original to apply and remove
less is definitely more, very economical it goes on like butter,
leave to cure for about 20/30 mins (have a cuppa )
the slickness once buffed is impressive as is the finish, a big improvement on the original.

good work Matt and the team at Britemax
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More wet wax look or sealant look? What is quoted durability?
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Have only used it on a silver vehicle so far but it has a nice wet shimmer to it that it didnt have before in the original EE , looking forward to trying it on some darker paint
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