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Old 20-08-2016, 08:31 AM   #31
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Anyone tried this with FK 425? Get the feeling that would work very well.
I've got some Finishkare Fk#146 to try it with , I'll report back on the results.

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Old 20-08-2016, 11:10 PM   #32
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Don't suppose anyone tried a three way mix of Bsd v07 and done and dusted all together? I also have AF finale.... Any ideas on best mix and ratios?
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Old 20-08-2016, 11:57 PM   #33
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Anyone tried a three way with V07, BSD and Done and Dusted? If so how was it? What ratio? I also have AF finale which I could throw in the mix too... What are your thoughts?
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Old 21-08-2016, 12:41 AM   #34
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Hufty did you try this combo?
Not yet but I'm 2/3 of way through my SV so might top the bottle up tomorrow.

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I used my mix of BSD & Bouncers D&D and it is very glossy all im waiting for now is the rain
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Anyone tried a three way with V07, BSD and Done and Dusted? If so how was it? What ratio? I also have AF finale which I could throw in the mix too... What are your thoughts?
Mixing two products is probably stretching things as it is in my opinion.

It looks great with Bouncer's D&D. It worked well with Gtechniq C2V3 (1:1).
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Just had a look at the car in the rain and it's beading away and tbh it look's great BSD/D&D are a great combo
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I tried mixing BSD with Megs quick detailer but found it didn't shine quite as well as the BSD V7 mix. Not tried anything else yet.
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Ok folks I did the bsd and autoglanz smoothe velvet mix today. Had about 150ml in a bsd bottle so topped it with same of smooth velvet. Here's the result



Application very easy, I use it as a drying aid saves time so full wash today not so dirty but light film of mway crud from rain. Quick couple of sprays for the towel and a couple on each panel. Drag with towel and SV on its own super deep Nuba shine, must say it felt more grabby today, not difficult just more than SV on its own. Melted into the paint nicely.

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For me the finish lacked the Nuba glow I'm used to, not as deep or wet looking. However the SV on holds that look till it gets wet / dirty and then dulls a little, adding bsd might change the longevity we will see. For me bsd v7 is still the best mix.

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Ok folks I did the bsd and autoglanz smoothe velvet mix today. Had about 150ml in a bsd bottle so topped it with same of smooth velvet. Here's the result



Application very easy, I use it as a drying aid saves time so full wash today not so dirty but light film of mway crud from rain. Quick couple of sprays for the towel and a couple on each panel. Drag with towel and SV on its own super deep Nuba shine, must say it felt more grabby today, not difficult just more than SV on its own. Melted into the paint nicely.

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For me the finish lacked the Nuba glow I'm used to, not as deep or wet looking. However the SV on holds that look till it gets wet / dirty and then dulls a little, adding bsd might change the longevity we will see. For me bsd v7 is still the best mix.

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Nice 1 Hufty, Im going to try it with Adam's Detail Spray next
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