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Old 14-05-2018, 10:46 PM   #11
mackers
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Make sure the panel is wet before applying. I use the hose on the panel, then wipe with a mitt with bathe+ on it and hose immediately. Even in slightly milder weather, it dries very quickly and you get your issue
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Old 17-05-2018, 06:11 PM   #12
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I apply Bathe+ after washing and with a clean mitt directly to car.

I have also had a couple of 'residual moments' and I put this down to over application and /or insufficient overall rinsing downwards.

BSD quickly shifts it though. As does some neat Bathe+ on another wet mitt, followed bey instant PW.


Always use a pressure washer when applying Bathe+ or Wetcoat direct to panels. Over-rinse if in doubt. It only takes a little excess product to run out of a crevice and over an adjacent panel, then dry, to get the effect that you describe.

Less is more with these Sio2 products applied wet or dry.
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