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Old 26-06-2014, 10:13 PM   #1
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triple qx shampoo

hi guys ive just seen a shampoo on euro car parts triple qx has anyone tried it and is it wax safe
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Old 27-06-2014, 07:48 PM   #2
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Don't bother mate.............
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Why?
Is this wash and wax we are referring to?
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Not used it personally, but if you want a cheap shampoo i find Car plan trade is very good.

Its the same as Demon Shine shampoo, around £10 for 5l at halfords. Even cheaper when they have a 3 for 2 sale.
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Triple QX is there own brand stuff. Haven’t tried it so wouldn’t know but most decent reputable car shampoos are very reasonably priced so it’s not something I tend to economise on. I love a bargain but performance and functionality have to come first, one of the most popular shampoos around is Bilt Hamber Auto Wash which is about a tenner for 300ml, but take into account that the concentration allows you to get up to 60 washes out of that, the price per wash becomes pretty negligible (17p each give or take).
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Old 08-01-2018, 09:17 PM   #6
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I always paid a little more for shampoo as it was cheap but this came up for £1.50 so gave it a go. In my opinion, and granted it’s only been one wash, it’s the best one I’ve tried. It cleans very well and leaves a very nice glossy and patch free finish. I’m actually not bothering with waxing at the moment as one wash of this each weak tops it up and gives as good a finish.

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