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Old 27-10-2014, 12:13 AM   #21
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Best smelling (imo). best level of "slickness" and lubricity... nice amount of froth... cleans well most importantly.

It's a car shampoo not a mortgage so why not just buy it and try it out for yourself?
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Best smelling (imo). best level of "slickness" and lubricity... nice amount of froth... cleans well most importantly.

It's a car shampoo not a mortgage so why not just buy it and try it out for yourself?
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Tried this first time yesterday. Nice suprise! Smell is nice even though I don't like smells generally. Slick feeling (15ml 10litre water). Car wasn't so dirty so can't say anything about cleaning ability but looks promising...
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Anybody used this 1:1000 dilution ratio? How well it works for those ratios?
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Imo you worry about dilution ratio's too much lol.
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Imo you worry about dilution ratio's too much lol.
Makes me feel better tho' lol

Now where's that measuring syringe?
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Old 14-11-2014, 07:33 PM   #27
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Imo you worry about dilution ratio's too much lol.
Just curious

What means: *May degrade weak organic waxes and polymer sealants.

In what dilution ratios?

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What means: *May degrade weak organic waxes and polymer sealants.

In what dilution ratios?
Craig???
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At the recommended dilution on the bottle it's too strong for most wax protection.

Reset is a strong shampoo, made to clean Cquartz, it may remove the oils from some waxes and sealants which rely on oil bases leading to premature failure.

Use less shampoo in the mix for these type of protections, such as 800:1
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Thanks. I will try 1:1000 then. Easier to measure
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