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Old 29-09-2016, 12:47 PM   #11
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There's noting wrong with Collinite.
It's a great hard wearing, easy to use wax.
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Old 29-09-2016, 03:02 PM   #12
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Budget wise would want to keep it under 20. So can experiment with the stuff. Looking for durability more than looks, but still kinda want it to look like the effort I put in. Also something not time consuming as I just had a newborn so never know when I'm going to stop working on the car. Last time it happened as I was just about to dry lol.
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DSW ticks all your boxes, it lasts for ages (especially if you use BH Cleanser Fluid to prep your paint), cures in about 5 minutes, and buffs off easy.
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Thanks for the info. Ive looked at reviews on both the waxs and going to try the DWS. But guess I won't know how it is till I've tried it.
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