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Old 09-07-2018, 01:10 PM   #401
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Agree BSD is grabby compared to some but is it really an issue?

It's really easy to use and even easier if used on a slightly wet panel.
The new spray bottle has helped enormously and I have also found it more grabby if too much product is applied.
You need only a really light spritz for great results. Still takes some beating as a QD.


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Old 09-07-2018, 01:25 PM   #402
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A wet panel is out of the question for me; even if i pick up a water spot i'm then chasing smears around for an age.

I've tried the thinnist of applications, from a "mist" sprayer to a fine mist on the cloth and none on the bodywork, the results are still grabby/smeary. Ernest Rutherford popped round for tea and had a go at appling the finest of mists, even he had problems with smearing. I said before though, it depends on the paint. On my black Honda it is horrendous, on my silver Honda it doesn't appear anywhere near as bad, but probably because i can't see the smears.
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Old 09-07-2018, 02:44 PM   #403
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Apologies if i have missed this, but has anyone yet tried mixing BSD with water, to see if it works better onto dry paint ?

Just a thought - it might be a stooopid one, but its just a thought.
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