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Old 06-12-2009, 03:39 PM   #61
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I've been happily using Aquapel for the past couple of years. But, I'd be interested in a suitable alternative.
its working here:

http://www.elitecarcare.co.uk/produc...roducts_id=701
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Im a carlack window sealant fan, yes it is hard to remove but i use QD or water to remove it and it lasts about 2months on the front and about 6 on the side windows. I wouldnt mind trying something else but i doubt it'll come close to this by price and durability.
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Im a carlack window sealant fan, yes it is hard to remove but i use QD or water to remove it and it lasts about 2months on the front and about 6 on the side windows. I wouldnt mind trying something else but i doubt it'll come close to this by price and durability.
Mate trust me this stuff blows carlack (Lack being the oprative word) out the water on the ease of use and durability

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I'm very impressed about gtechniq stuff. I'm testing G3 and my windscreen now is unbelievably water-repellent. I'm looking forward to test G1.
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