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Bilt Hamber Bilt-Hamber Laboratories has always used research, innovative chemistry and thorough testing as the way to produce better performing products. Every product released for sale has been extensively compared to and tested for superiority against market leading and specialist competitive formulations. From our clay bars to cavity waxes, etch primers to carnauba waxes and shampoos to rust removers, each Bilt-Hamber formulation has been made from conception to production with the same care.

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Old 16-03-2018, 12:45 PM   #11
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Would you use hydra wax as top up to DWS potentially for a quicker easier top up? was thinking i enjoy a good waxing and all but don't need to do it very often with DSW and DSW takes a little bit of time..
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Would you use hydra wax as top up to DWS potentially for a quicker easier top up? was thinking i enjoy a good waxing and all but don't need to do it very often with DSW and DSW takes a little bit of time..
I often do exactly this. Works very well. The beading isn't quite on the same level as DSW but it's still a nice finish.
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Could I also hijack and ask at what point DSW is better than Finis? I understand DSW is designed to be more detergent resistant. At what point do you consider the regularity of washes to make DSW a better option?

For reference, I do about 12k miles per year and wash usually once per week.

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Would be great to here from BH
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One difference is they have different looks, iirc, DSW is more reflective (synthetic) Vs Finis, which has a richer look with more Carnauba.
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Would you use hydra wax as top up to DWS potentially for a quicker easier top up? was thinking i enjoy a good waxing and all but don't need to do it very often with DSW and DSW takes a little bit of time..
This is an interesting statement. I though Hydra Wax was an LSP in its own right? In fact although I am a "Hard" wax kinda guy I really was thinking about going for Hydra Wax after my AG HD Wax is finished. Am i really better just buying BH DSW instead?
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Hydrawax *is* an LSP in it's own right.

It's just not as durable as say, Finis and DSW - however, if you haven't tried it, omg it's so quick and easy to use in a pinch.
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Will just buy DSW then, cheers.
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