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Old 17-05-2018, 08:50 AM   #1
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What's the difference between xyz?

When AG announced UHD Shampoo here they posted

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Bodywork Shampoo is a high foaming, pH neutral, 'pure' shampoo that cleans the car extremely well, but doesn't do anything else.

Bodywork Shampoo Conditioner is a low foaming, pH neutral shampoo that adds a water repellant film to surfaces to enable quick rinsing and drying. This film also acts as a gloss enhancer to visually refresh surfaces.

Ultra High Definition Shampoo is our flagship shampoo. It is a high foaming, pH neutral shampoo with a high degree of lubricity to enable wash mitts to glide over exterior surfaces effortlessly. The foam that is generated in the bucket does not collapse over time as it does with some shampoos, and is there from the start of your wash all the way to the end. This thicker foam also increases product cling time. The shampoo has a brand new fragrance that can be smelt not only in the bottle or bucket, but as you work with the product on the car. As you would expect, the product cleans incredible well and leaves paintwork with a superb, streak free finish. This shampoo does not leave any coatings or residue behind after rinsing.
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I find this succinct summary of the difference/intent of the products removes confusion over which I might want to buy. Is there any one place that does similar for all the current AG products? I find the range quite confusing with several products that superficially might all be considered do 'the same job', and it's a bit of a pain to work out which ones I should find out more about...
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Hi,

Glad you liked the post, looks like it did what it was supposed to do!

There is not a comparison document for every product we're afraid, that would take some doing.

What are you having trouble with?
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Old 18-05-2018, 02:26 PM   #3
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Hi,

Glad you liked the post, looks like it did what it was supposed to do!

There is not a comparison document for every product we're afraid, that would take some doing.

What are you having trouble with?
Nothing specific at the moment - it was more a general comment.

E.g.
  • Custom wheel cleaner vs Clean wheels (if I have lacquered alloy, painted, and plastic wheel trims anyway) vs. say, using Magma as wheel cleaner?
  • How does UDS compare with EGP or HDW if they are used instead, on a dark coloured car? Longivity?
  • Car Glass Polish vs Fast Glass (is it that Car glass polish has abrasive qualities?)
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Thanks for letting us know. They are good topics to work with.
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