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Old 16-12-2017, 10:37 AM   #1
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Talking 12 Days, day 2 winner - Angelwax ENIGMA review

Iím thrilled to have won day two of the 12 days of Xmas competition. Thanks to Imran at in2detailing

Iíll use this thread to share feedback on the products when they arrive

Again thanks Imran and in2detailing

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Old 02-01-2018, 03:10 PM   #2
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Hi guys!!

So this weekend I got round to trying out Enigma!

When opening the jar of Wax.... wow the smell is lovely!

I've got to say the colour is well suited to the Estoril Blue too.....



Imran very kindly included an applicator that I tried out too, hopefully you can see it in the pic above. Its very easy to use and really helped spread the AngelWax Enigma nice an thin all over. The product goes on nicely but i was most impressed by how easily it buffed off using the In2Detailing buffing cloths. I am keen to see how durable it is, being a nano-product. Next time i clean the car ill use the shampoo and QD too, now that the car has a coat of the Wax

Later that day it rained so I took a very quick beading pic:



Here is the rest of the Enigma family that i look forward to using next



Again thanks to Imran at In2Detailing for this fantastic prize.
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Really interested in watching this review progress. I'm fancying a pot of Enigma in the spring!
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Ill be washing it with Enigma shampoo next time Chris so will keep the thread up to date when I do
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Yes, can't wait for the write up of the Enigma products!!
I'm earmarking a sample pot of Enigma ready for the summer too
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Iíve had enigma on my car for less than 2 months, (2nd coat went on 5 weeks ago) and itís completely failed in the areas that take the most dirt like the lower half of the front doors. It was applied exactly as instructed to paint that had just been polished and wiped down with panel wipe.
Itís been washed with enigma shampoo and had coat of enigma QED too, Iím unimpressed with it to say the least.
Iím going to strip the rest off and use Fifth Element instead.


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Old 13-01-2018, 03:13 PM   #7
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Iíve had enigma on my car for less than 2 months, (2nd coat went on 5 weeks ago) and itís completely failed in the areas that take the most dirt like the lower half of the front doors. It was applied exactly as instructed to paint that had just been polished and wiped down with panel wipe.
Itís been washed with enigma shampoo and had coat of enigma QED too, Iím unimpressed with it to say the least.
Iím going to strip the rest off and use Fifth Element instead.


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A lot of people wont see this post.

Try posting in the section below, people will be able to advise of solutions
http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...splay.php?f=13

I am very surprised if 2 coats fails in less than 2 months, especially being washed with enigma shampoo as the shampoo itself is also adding to the protection.

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I’ve had enigma on my car for less than 2 months, (2nd coat went on 5 weeks ago) and it’s completely failed in the areas that take the most dirt like the lower half of the front doors. It was applied exactly as instructed to paint that had just been polished and wiped down with panel wipe.
It’s been washed with enigma shampoo and had coat of enigma QED too, I’m unimpressed with it to say the least.
I’m going to strip the rest off and use Fifth Element instead.


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In high traffic areas it’s not surprising. Full ceramic coatings can also have issues here where by it looks as the coatings have failed. All sheeting end beading is non existent
Find with a decent wash using something like Carpro Reset can help but not always.

It picks up a lot of crap and salt this time of year. One way of telling is to wash the car and then use fallout remover in those areas which should “unclog” the coating/wax
If no different after then the wax has failed

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Hi guys, I hope to be back this w/e with a further review using the shampoo, QD and a 2nd coat of Enigma wax.

With just one coat it is wearing well despite the dirt now building up a little. Cheers for now.
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