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Old 03-06-2018, 11:27 PM   #11
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I found soft99 Glaco Roll On Large insanely easy to apply with it's big integrated applicator pad and it works quite nicely.
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Old 04-06-2018, 03:26 AM   #12
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H2go then Gtechniq....
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Old 04-06-2018, 07:43 AM   #13
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I've tried Nanolex and M&K, they are both good but I found the GTechniq G1 to be the most effective and long lasting.
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Hope anglewax h2go is good,just ordered some

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Old 04-06-2018, 02:05 PM   #15
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I use H2GO fantastic stuff.
Just make sure your windscreen is absolutely clean before applying any product of this nature or it doesn't bond properly with the glass.

I found a good claying and a clean with Angelwax Vision ( another great Angelwax product) and the H2GO lasts and lasts.

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gtechniq g5 will be the best option if the majority of your driving is below 40, its still amazing on the motor way and their is usually no need for the wipers.
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thanks for your help guys.
ordered myself some of this ...
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hopefully shoud do the trick for my car and the other half also.
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thanks for your help guys.
ordered myself some of this ...
gtechniq-g1-and-g4-clearvision-screen-kit-1024
hopefully shoud do the trick for my car and the other half also.
Unless you do 80% of your driving on the motorway you should have gone for G5 as its more hydrophobic and works just aswell on the motorway.

G5 at 20mph when the turbo spools up the water shoots up the screen.

With G1 it doesn't really work until about 45-50 mph

Tried both and C5 even tho its less durable 3 months comapired to 6 months with G1.

G5 is just a better product for moving water
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Unless you do 80% of your driving on the motorway you should have gone for G5 as its more hydrophobic and works just aswell on the motorway.

G5 at 20mph when the turbo spools up the water shoots up the screen.

With G1 it doesn't really work until about 45-50 mph

Tried both and C5 even tho its less durable 3 months comapired to 6 months with G1.

G5 is just a better product for moving water
most of my driving is usually main roads, so 50+mph traffic allowing.
will give it a go, but will need to order some other stuff before long, so will probably get some G5 as well (more for the other half than me. she has a tendency to be "driving miss daisy" style!).
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most of my driving is usually main roads, so 50+mph traffic allowing.
will give it a go, but will need to order some other stuff before long, so will probably get some G5 as well (more for the other half than me. she has a tendency to be "driving miss daisy" style!).
Its not as durable but loads more hydrophobic,

prep is just as important, give the glass a good polish, then a panel wipe or IPA wipe down and good to go.

Even if you keep the C1 on the windscreen try it on your side windows, youll be presently surprised.
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