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Old 26-06-2018, 11:06 PM   #1
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Range Rover Sport Stornaway

Hi Guys

Would love to know what would be the best combination for a Range Rover Sport - Stornaway (Dark Grey)

1. Polish
2. Glaze
3. Wax

Thanks

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What’s your budget and by da or hand etc?

What sort of defects are in the paint too?
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If your looking at a glaze then maybe 50cal or bilthamber cleanser, with grey / silver I've always found AG HD wax works well also dodo hard candy, I'm more of a sealant man now so find gtechniq c2v3 a good all rounder, better the prep the better the shine

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Car pro essence by machine followed by a durable wax or sealant, it’s a big car so not easy to wax very frequently, at least that’s what I found. The essence gives a lovely finish on landrover paint.
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Hi Guys

Would love to know what would be the best combination for a Range Rover Sport - Stornaway (Dark Grey)

1. Polish
2. Glaze
3. Wax

Thanks
Wax - I've used AG HD and new UHD wax and been very pleased with them, new UHD wax is very nice to use and gives a very nice finish.

Recently used G3 super gloss wax and was very pleased with it, super easy to apply and gave a very nice finish
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I gave my RRS a coat of BHDSW a few weeks ago & went out in the car this weekend & the weather was wet & miserable but when I went out this morning to go to work & looked at the car it doesn't even need washing again as their is hardly anything stuck to the car so its a headsup from me for BH.Ow I forgot to mention my car is black in colour.

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