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Old 18-01-2018, 08:20 PM   #21
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Any further thoughts on this wax?
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Old 18-01-2018, 08:22 PM   #22
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Decent wax but not outstanding had better performance from Fusso. Although the Diablo is a doddle to use


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Decent wax but not outstanding had better performance from Fusso. Although the Diablo is a doddle to use


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For those still with their detailing 'L' plates on (i.e. me) could you expand your point about performance? Are you meaning the Fusso lasts longer, beads better, deeper shine, deeper wet look...

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That's a hellishly thick coat being applied in the video of it, if it comes off easily which it looks to do it must be good. Promised the Mrs I wouldn't buy any more waxes until I've used what I've got lmao. Tempted at that price though��
I find that's the most complex, trickiest, most difficult to understand aspects of detailing that I'm not confident of mastering the technique: i.e., the Mrs!

Whist considering which new wax to buy I genuinely didn't understand the point she was trying to make when she said:

'what do you want yet another pot of wax for? you have too many as it is, in fact too much.'

how can you have 'too much wax'? Advice gratefully received!

This diablo looks like a goer - very impressed with what i have watched and read. now, when is payday...

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Old 18-01-2018, 11:03 PM   #25
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For those still with their detailing 'L' plates on (i.e. me) could you expand your point about performance? Are you meaning the Fusso lasts longer, beads better, deeper shine, deeper wet look...



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Beading and sheeting started to drop off after a month and whilst there is still protection there doesn't appear to be performing as well as the Fusso. Deepness of shine is subjective


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Beading and sheeting started to drop off after a month and whilst there is still protection there doesn't appear to be performing as well as the Fusso. Deepness of shine is subjective


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Beading and sheeting started to drop off after a month and whilst there is still protection there doesn't appear to be performing as well as the Fusso. Deepness of shine is subjective


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I was considering Diablo as I liked supergloss but wanted better durability. Your finding me aren't too dissimilar to mine with supergloss so looks like it's not worth changing.
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Just applied Supergloss+ on my new car at the weekend and initial results are good and water behaviour and sheeting is very impressive.

Will have to see how it performs over the coming weeks.

I do like the Infinity products just a little disappointed in the results from Diablo and have now seen v2 has been released which might be better but I’ll stick with Fusso or the in2detailling ceramic wax for winter in future.


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