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Old 15-10-2018, 09:15 PM   #11
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I've done a durability test of DSW against PNS (and Collinite 915) which I have posted videos on here previously. What I found is that DSW and PNS have virtually identical water behaviour and durability, with PNS just sneaking the durability, though not by much at all. DSW is much better value for money as you get loads more applications per tub for virtually the same price.
DSW is one of the few waxes I've found to actually get anywhere near its claimed durability. Such as collinites 476, autoglym HD. In2d/ tonyn ceramic infused crystal wax.

But for speed and ease of use sonax pns would be my recommendation every time for a beginner. Plus I'm a little biast and say imo all sonax product beading is superior and one of the few products that can replicate the extreme nano type bearing.

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Old 15-10-2018, 09:32 PM   #12
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DSW is one of the few waxes I've found to actually get anywhere near its claimed durability. Such as collinites 476, autoglym HD.

But for speed and ease of use sonax pns would be my recommendation every time for a beginner. Plus I'm a little biast and say imo all sonax product beading is superior and one of the few products that can replicate the extreme nano type bearing.
PNS is easier to use but DSW isn't hard by any stretch. It's the balance of 6-8 applications from a can of PNS vs the 40 or more from the tub of DSW and the difference in the ease of use.



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DSW is one of the few waxes I've found to actually get anywhere near its claimed durability. Such as collinites 476, autoglym HD. In2d/ tonyn ceramic infused crystal wax.

But for speed and ease of use sonax pns would be my recommendation every time for a beginner. Plus I'm a little biast and say imo all sonax product beading is superior and one of the few products that can replicate the extreme nano type bearing.
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This is the link to the test I did before.

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Keep meaning to get some PNS and many times have thought about getting DSW.

Currently using BSD on my car, but want a base to go underneath, a bit like the OP.

I'd suggest is probably the best bet, as it'll be formulated to play nicely with BSD so you can keep using BSD to top up the protection. This will probably be my winter plan.

That said, I doubt the DSW would have any issue being topped with BSD. Just make sure BSD is on the very top, whatever you end up getting.

As others have said though, you could just stick with BSD on its own and top it up every few weeks. BSD is an amazing product. I'm hoping PNS will be just as good.

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