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Old 14-04-2018, 11:26 AM   #11
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Excellent shout this one. It is significantly easier to remove.
I'm gonna have to try some of these other waxes because DSW is sooo easy to use these others must remove themselves

OP: don't for a moment read into these comments and think DSW is difficult, it isn't. The No.1 rating you've seen will be there for a reason, availability, ease of use, price considering it's a big tin and you get applicator and cloth, finish and durability are all fantastic

As with most waxes of this type, less is more, apply sparingly and reap the benefits


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Old 14-04-2018, 12:08 PM   #12
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I'm gonna have to try some of these other waxes because DSW is sooo easy to use these others must remove themselves

OP: don't for a moment read into these comments and think DSW is difficult, it isn't. The No.1 rating you've seen will be there for a reason, availability, ease of use, price considering it's a big tin and you get applicator and cloth, finish and durability are all fantastic

As with most waxes of this type, less is more, apply sparingly and reap the benefits


Ive used both. I found DSW to last longer and both were similiar to remove. DSW seems to last longer if washing frequently as well.
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Old 24-04-2018, 05:57 PM   #13
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just bought BH for £16 with sponge applicator and MF cloth Gave the rear spoiler a clean and wax. Best beading Ive seen on any of my cars Very easy to work with
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Old 24-04-2018, 06:31 PM   #14
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Used it on brand new 2018 Golf R i picked up last year.

A bit grabby to remove, but gave the car amazing protection. Almost similar to ceramic coating, dirt, water and other contaminants were just sliding off.. Lasted 4-5 months with one coat for my, car is parked outside 24/7 taken the full brunt of sun, heat, cold, raid etc.

The smell is terrible, it is petroleum based, the only complaint i have for this product.
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Old 24-04-2018, 06:42 PM   #15
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I really struggled with this product, and Finis wax. I could not stop or remove the 'secondary hazing'. I tried all sorts and in the end gave up which is a shame as i really like the rest of the Bilt Hamber line.
I have tried both of these waxes on both of my cars (black BMW and black VW). Applying it thick and thin (to the point where you cant see where you've been), with a dry and damp applicator, removed with a long and short pile cloth, left to cure 5-15mins and removed straight away. The list goes on.
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Old 25-04-2018, 10:55 AM   #16
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Hey all

Just wondering if anybody has used the bilt hamber double speed wax?

Its currently rated #1 best wax on the market but thought id ask people who regularly use cleaning products there opinion on it.
I know Bilt hamber have a good range of products as i personally use the Auto foam with excellent results.
Its my 'go to' wax now. V Good results
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Old 27-04-2018, 07:56 PM   #17
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Its a brilliant wax but fusso beats it in everything except price

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Old 27-04-2018, 08:10 PM   #18
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I did have finis wax but ended up buying new ultra hd wax so i got rid of fini wax before trying it. i heargood things about it but the uhd is ace.
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Is it ok to put dsw on top of another wax.?

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Old 27-04-2018, 08:40 PM   #20
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Is it ok to put dsw on top of another wax.?

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Best bet is to remove other wax, but you could probably apply over okay, just may not last as long as onto clean 'bare' metal...

Megauirs do a shampoo + that will remove it and G3 do a bodywork prep shampoo which i think will remove it also
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