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Old 17-02-2014, 03:23 PM   #21
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Had the chance to wash my car today. Used the new bathe+ and the WetCoat.

I have to say that I very impressed by both. But the WetCoat is really outstanding.
What I think is very remarkable that it left the surface very very slick. I used a microfibre towel for drying and to be honest I never felt such a slickness while drying.
The towel glides over the surface so so easy. Even with the drying aids I used in the past it was never so slick.

Smell is very chemical, but okay. The trigger could be improved. What I have to check the next time is the consumption.







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Old 01-03-2014, 08:13 PM   #22
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Tried WetCoat today, very impressed, no effort and a great price!

Here's my zero to hero from today!

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Vauxhall astra roof before (wet)


Sprayed all over and immediately rinsed off


I've also sprayed it on the back of the van as seen in the picture so that will be washed and reviewed weekly.

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Old 01-03-2014, 09:18 PM   #23
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Looks like a similar results as the product made in England by a company with a red logo.
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Well I'm completely lost... product looks good, but can you buy it, is there a competing product that works the same because as a drying aid this looks fab!
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Well I'm completely lost... product looks good, but can you buy it, is there a competing product that works the same because as a drying aid this looks fab!
I assume Washcoat and Hyd02 are similar products.
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Looks like a similar results as the product made in England by a company with a red logo.
What are you referring to? Aquawax?

This is way better hydro2 is a near comparison except the price!
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hydro2 is a near comparison except the price!
If my maths is correct (dubious) I disagree. A 500mil bottle of Hydr02 cost £42, dilute that three to one you've got two litres of product. Two litres of this Wetcoat would cost £48.....have I got that right?

Either way I'm a fan of these spray on spray off products, hopefully a bit of competition will bring the costs down.
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Well I'm completely lost... product looks good, but can you buy it, is there a competing product that works the same because as a drying aid this looks fab!
I4detailing have it and polished bliss should do from next week
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If my maths is correct (dubious) I disagree. A 500mil bottle of Hydr02 cost £42, dilute that three to one you've got two litres of product. Two litres of this Wetcoat would cost £48.....have I got that right?
500ml of WetCoat is £12, 100ml of Hydro2 concentrate will give 400ml of products for also £12. Same price, bigger volume for WetCoat
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500ml of WetCoat is £12, 100ml of Hydro2 concentrate will give 400ml of products for also £12. Same price, bigger volume for WetCoat
I worked out my maths using the larger size of Hydro which is cheaper, the one litre size is even cheaper per 100 mil.

One Litre size Hydr0 ( when available) is £76, when diluted to 4 litres it is equivalent to £1-90 per 100 mil.

The equivalent amount of product in Wetcoat would cost £2-40 per 100 mil.

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