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Old 13-10-2016, 06:11 PM   #31
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Hi,
Thanks for that, its starting to narrow things down a little

So my priorities are durability, ease of application and cost. Kinda in that order! Show room shine or gloss is not really a consideration but a bonus if it is also there.

So out of the Fusso Wax, Collinite, BH Double Speed and Nano Coatings which one would you recommend for durability, ease of application and cost?
Nano coatings are by far and away the best for durability, but also the most expensive and hardest to apply. If you are new to all of this, I would advise you steer clear of those for now

BH double speed is probably your best best if you want straight up longevity with a decent level of shine, and its dirt cheap too

Bit less fussy to apply too
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Used Fusso F7 on my CL's 20" rims this weekend and the finish was amazing! It was really easy to put on (armed with the knowledge of how thin it is!), and a dream to remove.
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Used this today as part of my winter prep i put a spray head on and used a microfibre applicator block to apply it and it was crazy easy to use and buff off this will be my go to from now on
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Thanks for the review, very helpful. Bought some and was very easy to apply and remove, looking forward to see how it performs and the longevity.
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