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Old 02-08-2018, 08:32 PM   #1
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Obsession wax new products.

With obsession wax currently taking a break from the forum I wasn't sure where to put this post. So as it's primarily related to lsp's I've put it in here.

Obsession have been busy recently releasing new products and I would like to know if anyone has purchased any of the following and what their opinions on them are.

Duplex dual wax system.

Evolution ceramic wax coat.

Chroma.

Divine.

Glaze (wax based glaze).

Mystic ceramic glass sealant.
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Old 02-08-2018, 10:12 PM   #2
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They are really missed on this forum. Has anyone news of if and when they may return. Sorry, I have not purchased any of their new products since they left the forum but the only opinion I can offer after purchasing 21 of their waxes in the past and numerous other liquid products is that none disappointed me. I will start to buy their products again when they rejoin the forum as it is my policy to only buy from sponsors on here because of their help, advice, and postings of users on here.
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Old 04-08-2018, 12:47 PM   #3
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Bump, anyone using obsession wax this weekend?
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Old 04-08-2018, 01:55 PM   #4
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I'm the same as Todd, miss the section on the forum.
Going by all of the products I've used these are bound to be great, sound interesting so maybe some reviews will pop up..
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I'm the same as Todd, miss the section on the forum.
Going by all of the products I've used these are bound to be great, sound interesting so maybe some reviews will pop up..
I do hope some reviews come up.

I'm very tempted to buy the glaze, chroma, evo ceramic and mystic so might put my own review up later in the year.
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I've used Divine, very easy wax to use. Mikej857 has done a review on it.
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I've used Divine, very easy wax to use. Mikej857 has done a review on it.
Mikej857's review of divine is the only one I've seen so far. I'm sure wilco has close links to obsession.
Hopefully he might be able to share his opinion on some of the new products, if he's used them.
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Old 04-08-2018, 11:16 PM   #8
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I've also recently used the new evolution ceramic which a review was posted on facetube

The new glaze is also avaliable and another good product

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Mikej857's review of divine is the only one I've seen so far. I'm sure wilco has close links to obsession.
Hopefully he might be able to share his opinion on some of the new products, if he's used them.
Haven't really used much of the new line up as I'm now carless. The glass sealant I've used a fair amount and that's fantastic. Clean your glass with whichever glass cleaner you usually use, spray a couple of mists of the sealant, spread and remove. So simple to use, it's been on my dad's car for a couple of months now and still working as day one. Very impressed with it.

Chroma and divine I've used once maybe twice. With everything going on in my life at the minute I can't honestly recall specific details on them sorry
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Ok i have used Chroma, divine and the glass sealant.

Chroma and divine are both and absolute treat to use and would recommend to anyone looking for a wax.

The glass sealant is easier to use, spray and wipe but ensure the glass is super clean first. I found one window hasnt took because it appears to have a greasy film still on it

any questions hit me up
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