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Old 01-03-2017, 06:22 PM   #1
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AW Enigma or Fireball Fusion

Evening all.

Looking for any advice between the Enigma or fusion and which one to go for.

Anyone got experience of both?

Big fan of glasur on the BMW but it's not lasting on the everyday car.

Thanks in advance
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Old 01-03-2017, 07:33 PM   #2
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My back end of the Touring gets dirty very easy so one of the reason I got Enigma. Claiming it has "significant self-cleaning properties." The wax is a joy to use easy on and off and goes along way. Its been on for 3 weeks so far and it's due for a clean so we see how that goes. I have tried to purchase the Fusion ,but seems to be out of stock,
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I've also had some Enigma on the car. It has been on the top half of the car for three weeks. Compared with the middle sections, which have an excellent spray sealant on, the Enigma panels are looking noticeably cleaner.
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With both these waxs being new and expensive there ain't going to be many that's bought both to do back to back testing. I think ceramic infused wax will become more popular. Forensic detail channel rates them both very high.
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I think you're right wish wash. There is still frustratingly little information available on both of these waxes.

I'll post more once I've experimented more myself. I need to do the correct panel prep (decon, clay and polish).
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I can vouch for Angelwax Enigma. It's a very high quality wax, gives a nice wet glossy look that lasts. It applies and wipes off nicely. Buy a sample pot and try it out. You'll easily get a few layers out of it!

Not sure about the Fireball Fusion, but it has me interested!
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Any more comments on this folks?
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From what I have read an watched Fireball Fusion is a very good wax but Enigma is a step up,I have a sample pot of Enigma coming so will report back on what I think about it.
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From what I have read an watched Fireball Fusion is a very good wax but Enigma is a step up,I have a sample pot of Enigma coming so will report back on what I think about it.


So have you used Fusion?

I use it and would use it if only for the beading alone, which is phenomenal, never mind the gloss it gives.
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Only tried Fireball Fusion so can't speak for Enigma. It's a good wax but personally I'd look at Waxaddict Quartz/Custom Show Gloss or Wowo's Nanocoat. Hearing great things about ODKs Revered also.
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