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Old 30-12-2017, 05:07 PM   #11
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I have had The Ceramic wax from In2detailing for a few months on the car.Very happy with it in every way.I received Some Double Speed Wax a week ago and other than the sticker on the tin.They seem identical.
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They are different. Visually they are a different colour. Different smell as DSW has a strong chemical or solvent smell were as CCCW is perfumed. Initial feel is different when working your finger or loading the applicator. And as said application and removal was different.

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Unlike some, I’m sure BH produce their own products.

Did it even smell the same?


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Not quite sure what your suggesting? I thought it was quite clear, and written in the description that Tonyin are the manufacture for in2d

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Had a light shower over night and at this point nothing really to tell between them with what little heads were left on the bonnet that hadn't been blown off in the wind.
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Wax test: Bilt Hamber Double Speed-wax Vs Tonyin/in2detailing Ceramic Crystal Coating

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They are different. Visually they are a different colour. Different smell as DSW has a strong chemical or solvent smell were as CCCW is perfumed. Initial feel is different when working your finger or loading the applicator. And as said application and removal was different.



Not quite sure what your suggesting? I thought it was quite clear, and written in the description that Tonyin are the manufacture for in2d


Bri suggested DSW and CCCW were the same “apart from the sticker”?


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It's been 6-7 weeks since application and the Mrs S-Max finally got its first wash today.

Using a wax safe no additive pre wash and wash with no drying aid or QD top up.

Initially on a dirty panel there was no water behaviour due to the build up of dirt. Washing the panel felt well protected and rinsing instantly returned the beading and sheeting. Nothing to tell the difference between the finishes.

Now something that did surprise me considering how well I think CCCW has performed in the past was the difference in beading and sheeting. It was ever so slightly more uniform and faster run of with DSW. If CCCW had been on the bonnet on its own I'd have been perfectly happy with it, but the better performance of DSW was clear.

No sign of any real degradation on bonnet and front wings of either wax and the few spots of tar that had settled on the wings washed off with no fight.
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9 weeks on and finally got another wash, and almost 4months since initially application. No beading and proper sheeting after being washed and rinsed. Leaving water on the panels CCCW did start to run off a little whereas DSW just held onto the water on the bonnet. Wings were still sheeting a little, but both had picked up quite a few tar spots that wouldn't wash off.

With no water behaviour and holding onto tar, I'm not happy with the level of performance of protection so ending the test and deem them past their best. Panels needed a hit with tar remover which left limited time to get it protected again, so out came a favourite with britemax vantage
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I have found DSW to last about 4 months before it drops off.
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