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Old 09-11-2017, 08:40 PM   #11
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Prima have stopped UK distribution.There is an European shop online they recommended when I emailed the owner.Big shame amigo,hydro max I loved
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Old 09-11-2017, 10:28 PM   #12
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Prima have stopped UK distribution.There is an European shop online they recommended when I emailed the owner.Big shame amigo,hydro max I loved
damn that sux! amigo is great stuff and i thought it was popular? you would think someone would want to import prima..
i have heard that britemax blackmax is similiar stuff
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Old 09-11-2017, 11:54 PM   #13
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i have heard that britemax blackmax is similiar stuff
I've never used any Prima products but from what I've read, Blackmax does sound fairly similar to Amigo. I've had a bottle for a while but only got chance to use it recently, it's excellent
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I’ve used both and to be honest neither were great Srp is dusty, af say triple by hand only. Try carpro essence it knocks them both out of the park.
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If your after a good AIO id recommend britemax virtue. Used it recently on a swirl filled car and it did a fantastic job. It has light abrasives, semi permenant fillers and protects for 6 months!
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SRP - easier to use with decent results.

If you have both why not do a side by side test to see which works best for you?

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I’ve used both and to be honest neither were great Srp is dusty, af say triple by hand only. Try carpro essence it knocks them both out of the park.
I've used it speed 2 on a da and worked very well , just make sure not to get to much heat build up as this will burn off the fillers

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Carpro essence and britemax virtue are a very different animal to your generic AIO like tripple and SRP. ideally they need working by machine to get the durability and filling they offer. They are also considerable more expensive.

Having used britemax blackmax and amigo, I found blackmax to offer a little more correction and filling. Both left the same super slick feeling and ease of use.
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http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=356476

Have a look at this, I compared the 2 of them head to head. Worth noting is that Tripple has actual cut while SRP has only cleaning and filling abilities. I prefer the use of SRP and it's protection, but it's bottle sucks.
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http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=356476

Have a look at this, I compared the 2 of them head to head. Worth noting is that Tripple has actual cut while SRP has only cleaning and filling abilities. I prefer the use of SRP and it's protection, but it's bottle sucks.
SRP does have cut. It also has fill. It will fix what it can and fill what it can't. The cut of the product is increased if the pressure used to apply the product is increased. The applicator choice will also have a bearing on the cut of the product. Cotton stockinette for example will give more cut than a foam applicator.

Sorry you aren't a fan of the bottle.
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