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Old 04-01-2018, 03:30 PM   #11
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Just received one of my Christmas orders which is Autofinesse Spritz, yet to try it but hear many good things and if it performs as good as it smells I’ll be more than happy. Many of the AF products are really good value if you buy them in 5l sizes.
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Old 04-01-2018, 03:55 PM   #12
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Just received one of my Christmas orders which is Autofinesse Spritz, yet to try it but hear many good things and if it performs as good as it smells I’ll be more than happy. Many of the AF products are really good value if you buy them in 5l sizes.
You wont go wrong, their are lots of good bands out their.

I use this stuff on the dash its anti static and give a natural finish unlike dressle that leaves a slightly darker finish than spritz.

Just get a better sprayer as the AF ones are designed for people with tiny hands, the do give an excellent mist tho
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Old 04-01-2018, 04:09 PM   #13
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As for the interior dressing I'd recommended Carpro Perl at 10:1 dilution. Really nice with lots of other uses at different dilutions.

APC wise, I've never used a dedicated car APC, Flash or Stardrops is what I normally use and they are absolutely fine. But I'll look at that cheap ASDA stuff.
Pearl is brilliant. Andy from clean your ride sells it in sample size if you want to try before you buy. Another good product which he sells is auto glanz trim.
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Pearl is brilliant. Andy from clean your ride sells it in sample size if you want to try before you buy. Another good product which he sells is auto glanz trim.
Its a great product and can be diluted to suit,personal I go for 1:1 but i only use mine on tyres and engine bay.

Go for something dedicated for interiors like AF spritz as PERL has no anti static properties but spritz does and it really does help to keep dust away.

Personally I use gtechnique matt dash every 6 months then use spritz weekly for maintenance.

Perl is over kill for interiors in my opinion
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Autosmart finish
+1 another one for finish here... some say to dilute 50/50 but i personally love the look of finish neat Great value too
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Its a great product and can be diluted to suit,personal I go for 1:1 but i only use mine on tyres and engine bay.

Go for something dedicated for interiors like AF spritz as PERL has no anti static properties but spritz does and it really does help to keep dust away.

Personally I use gtechnique matt dash every 6 months then use spritz weekly for maintenance.

Perl is over kill for interiors in my opinion
All depends on the finish you desire. I like the finish of pearl and when diluted isn’t ‘overkill’ imo.

Each to their own what makes detailing interesting
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All depends on the finish you desire. I like the finish of pearl and when diluted isn’t ‘overkill’ imo.

Each to their own what makes detailing interesting
If diluted at 1:4 to 1:10 then I would definitely agree it not overkill.

The deal breaker for me is the anti static properties AF spritz and other interior detailers have, in my opinion it makes a visible difference in dust deposits.

As you say each to their own as this is how new ideas are created.
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The deal breaker for me is the anti static properties AF spritz and other interior detailers have, in my opinion it makes a visible difference in dust deposits.

As you say each to their own as this is how new ideas are created.
I use pearl every couple of months or so and then AF Spritz on a quick interior detail.
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I do the same but with gtechniq c6 matte dash every 6 months.

A quick detailer is precisely that and perl in my eyes is a full on coating like c6

Almost like the difference between putting down a wax, then keeping it maintained with a quick detailer

Look at Car pro PERL/C6 as the wax and spritz as the quick detailer to maintain it
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Angelwax AnGel is about as good as it gets for me.


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