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Old 02-03-2018, 09:39 PM   #371
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I mixed it with Wax Planet poly gloss and itís a winner, all the beading of BSD but now itís extra slick to apply and loads more gloss.


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Old 03-03-2018, 02:39 PM   #372
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Old 03-03-2018, 07:21 PM   #373
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I tried out the new Wax Planet Poly Gloss yesterday and was amazed at the level of gloss it gives, so naturally today I had to try it in a mix...















It looks awesome! It's not as easy to apply as something like BSD/V07 as it requires slightly more buffing but the results are more than worth it. Now to wait for some rain (if I can wait that long!)
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Good man, itís the best QD Iíve got now!


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Old 13-03-2018, 08:34 PM   #375
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50/50 mix of BSD and AutoGlym AquaWax on white BMW paint.
Decent beading.




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I’ve got some BSD and want to mix it with something to allow me to apply it around the whole car, then buff it all, rather than a panel at a time

I’ve got some Zaino Z8 and Megs last touch, would either of those work nicely?
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Iíve got some BSD and want to mix it with something to allow me to apply it around the whole car, then buff it all, rather than a panel at a time

Iíve got some Zaino Z8 and Megs last touch, would either of those work nicely?
I've no problem applying to half a car at a time with a BSD/Adams QD mix, probably could do the whole car then buff at the end without problem.
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Old 10-04-2018, 07:23 PM   #378
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For BSD, have you tried using a very fine mist on both a clean dry panel and the MF towel? Gently work the product. Very light pressure. Keep working it. Might take a while for it to begin buffing off. Flip to dry side of towel and repeat to remove remaining streaks. Again, light pressure. For the record, I have BSD but never used it. I found this information from YouTube. The misting on the MF towel is an idea from me, as this works with other products to better prep the MF towel.
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My new fave mix :thumbs up:
50/50 mix of Sonax BSD & Bouncers Done & Dusted
It is sooooooo slick & the gloss levels are unreal TBH



Only managed 1 pic before my phone battery died
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My new fave mix :thumbs up:
50/50 mix of Sonax BSD & Bouncers Done & Dusted
It is sooooooo slick & the gloss levels are unreal TBH



Only managed 1 pic before my phone battery died
Some better pic's (well I thinks so lol)



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