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Old 01-08-2017, 08:34 PM   #1
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Can anyone recommend a good AIO ?

Hi all Im looking for a decent aio, I have a small valeting business and offer in one of my services a hand polish and wax. So at the moment I apply a polish by hand before taking it off and then applying wax.
Its flipping hard work so Ive decided to go witb an aio instead to save me some time and work.

Ive been looking at Auto Finesse triple all in one, Britemax aio max and poorboys polish with carnauba.

Opinions welcome on the ones Ive mentioned and also suggestions.

Thanks in advance
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We have one on offer at 50% off to try

http://www.autoallure.co.uk/ourshop/...one-500ml.html

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An AIO won't give you the same finish as a polish and wax, what polish do you currently use?

It shouldn't be hard work, maybe your applying too much polish/wax?
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An AIO won't give you the same finish as a polish and wax, what polish do you currently use?

It shouldn't be hard work, maybe your applying too much polish/wax?
Hi thanks for your reply, Im using ValetPro purple passion cleanser first followed by ValetPro mad wax. I shouldve mentioned Im in southern Spain and just being outside is draining sometimes.
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I have Poorboys Polish W/Carnauba & Autoglym SRP. Out of the two I prefer SRP as I feel it cleans and fills better
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We have one on offer at 50% off to try

http://www.autoallure.co.uk/ourshop/...one-500ml.html

Hi and thanks for your reply, That does look a great deal.... Im in Spain though so do you have a distributer over here ?
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Fair enough, I second SRP, try using a damp applicator and apply thinly, this will make removing a doddle, same with the wax
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I have Poorboys Polish W/Carnauba & Autoglym SRP. Out of the two I prefer SRP as I feel it cleans and fills better
Yes Ive usrd AG SRP and really liked it for ease of use etc.
Reasonable price aswell.
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Have a look at 3D HD-Speed, fantastic when used by DA but also suitable for used by hand
( search youtube)
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Fair enough, I second SRP, try using a damp applicator and apply thinly, this will make removing a doddle, same with the wax
Ive learnt the hard way with over apllying wax in the past, maybe Im too liberal with the polish as it does seem harder to buff than SRP Ive used in the past.
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