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Old 19-07-2018, 07:33 PM   #31
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Have you thought of maybe using a ceramic wax such as obsession wax icon or there new evolution ceramic

Both are super easy to use and leave a high gloss finish and have unreal water behaviour

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I had considered ceramic. But i had read that they are fussy to apply and expensive. So dismissed them.
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Old 19-07-2018, 07:43 PM   #32
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Thanks for all the input. I have quite a bit of egp left so will use this under 476 or after reading a comparison of 476 and BH DSW over the top. My thoughts are there are then 2 layers protecting the paint. Maybe thinking it wrong though. Would DSW be easier to apply than 476? Thanks everyone for the help. Very useful info.
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Surprised in the context of this thread nobody has mentioned DoDo Juice Future Armour.

Future Armour can be applied to freshly prepared panels as a sealant, can be used on wet panels and being water based can also be used over wax to add bling without removing anything. It truly is an amazing product.

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I've just used mine for the first time this evening.
Takes a little bit of work, but then, bang silky!

Car feels better than when I use BSD, as that can feel claggy. Expecting rain tomorrow, so I will see how well it beads.
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cheers for your help guys. Just about to order a few bits. Would 476 or double speed wax be easier to apply or one last longer than the other? Was thinking of putting over the egp.
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personally i love simoniz origional wax but do read instructions on tin and follow ive never had a problem. some people just cant seem to get on with this wax though but |£4 at tesco at the moment as its on half price and a tin will last you a lifetime with upto 12 months durability from one coat if well prepped.
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I've just used mine for the first time this evening.
Takes a little bit of work, but then, bang silky!

Car feels better than when I use BSD, as that can feel claggy. Expecting rain tomorrow, so I will see how well it beads.
Yes you have to use a method and it shouldn't take any work. I spoke to Andy at Dodo juice and he confirmed it's fine to add over wax.
More importantly he advised to make sure I levelled it out before buffing.
I've found all it takes is 2 or 3 spritzes a medium panel, level with a MF and buff. No probs. Like many others, it's a less means more product.

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in2detailing ceramic wax

sorry if this has been mentioned but I just received a tin of in2detailing ceramic wax.

Awesome to apply and remove - very very easy wax to work with and leaves an incredible slick finish

just looking for a detailing spray to compliment it. Beading was incredible !

This is now my new go to wax
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I have ordered the Collinite 476s, so will give that a go. Hopefully over the top of the EGP it will give good protection against the bird poop.
Thanks for everyones help
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