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Old 29-06-2016, 04:05 PM   #21
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I think I might try bsd with autoglanz smooth velvet as SV is my current fave qd

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Old 08-08-2016, 10:20 PM   #22
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Next mix to try; BSD and Bouncer's Done & Dusted (50/50). Mixed nicely and was very similar to BSD/V07 to use, it seemed to 'melt' into the paint with a light wipe and gave a nice smooth finish with no grabbiness.
Water behaviour seems as good as BSD so far though it hasn't rained properly yet, so I thought I'd test it out. Video after the pictures;












Couldn't resist one with the dog


Bit of beading

And finally, I know you guys love beading videos so I thought I'd go one further and do a slo-mo one!

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Old 19-08-2016, 10:45 AM   #23
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Next mix to try; BSD and Bouncer's Done & Dusted (50/50). Mixed nicely and was very similar to BSD/V07 to use, it seemed to 'melt' into the paint with a light wipe and gave a nice smooth finish with no grabbiness.
Water behaviour seems as good as BSD so far though it hasn't rained properly yet, so I thought I'd test it out. Video after the pictures;












Couldn't resist one with the dog


Bit of beading

And finally, I know you guys love beading videos so I thought I'd go one further and do a slo-mo one!

Sonax BSD/Bouncer's Done & Dusted 50/50 Mix - YouTube
Look's awesome buddy but what is best BSD/V07 or BSD/D&D?
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Old 19-08-2016, 01:13 PM   #24
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Look's awesome buddy but what is best BSD/V07 or BSD/D&D?
I'd go with V07. The paint had a slightly deeper shine compared with the D&D. Since then I've also tried another new mix, BSD+AF Glisten which was similar to the others but quite smeary. Out of the three so far my favourite is V07 but I've got a cupboard full of QDs to experiment with!
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Anyone tried this with FK 425? Get the feeling that would work very well.
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I have used bsd 70/30 mix with Zaino z8 . Beautiful shine
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tried BSD in a better bottle for more of a mist but that didn't really improve things. did a 1:1 mix with ultimate quik wax and that made massive improvements but really its still a crap product for putting on and wiping off. won't buy it again and its likely to just gather dust.
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I think I might try bsd with autoglanz smooth velvet as SV is my current fave qd
Hufty did you try this combo?
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Gave my BSD first serious try on roof and bonnet this morning and I now understand about all the "grabby" comments

Bought some Demonshine to mix with, like asspur96 did and will see how it turns out.

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I did the BSD 50/50 with Bouncers Done & Dusted like richard has done i just want to see the difference as i have BSD mixed with a couple of things like Megs Last Touch, Chemical Guys V07 and tbh Megs LT look's better imo it give's off more gloss

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