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Old 06-06-2014, 11:49 PM   #21
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Great idea. Anyone see any issues trying BSD and C2V3? Got loads of both sitting around.
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Old 07-06-2014, 08:45 AM   #22
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Old 07-06-2014, 11:22 AM   #23
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Great idea. Anyone see any issues trying BSD and C2V3? Got loads of both sitting around.
Two of my favourites ... could be a cracking combo

C2v3 does leave the paintwork feeling so so slick ...

Let us know how you get on ... may try it myself !
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I do see that application bloom on my black car,even low temp and shade including
evidence on another black where application itself is not an issue, any suggestions as to what may be causing this much appreciated.

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well I have gone with a 70% BSD 30% C3V3 mix but just need the weather to improve so I can try it on the car. I have also just found my old bottle of V7 so may try a three way
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ive mixed it 50/50 with some fk425,seems to have worked well
I've mixed 30/70 BSD/FK425 and this gives the slickness and wetness from
FK and the reflections from BSD
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mixed up some fk425 that i had from a waxybox and bsd to try tomorrow
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just washed car in boiling full sun, and used my little mix, dont know if it was the heat but it was murder, kept on leaving trails xD

this is to show how little i used on my accord, was just above the top line of the sticker before i started 70%bsd 30%fk425 and had to go over alot twice because of the smearing/trails

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just washed car in boiling full sun, and used my little mix, dont know if it was the heat but it was murder, kept on leaving trails xD

this is to show how little i used on my accord, was just above the top line of the sticker before i started 70%bsd 30%fk425 and had to go over alot twice because of the smearing/trails
Have you tried BSD before on your Accord? It doesn't like my NHB paint at all, even in the cool shade of a garage. Hence my idea to mix it with V7 in the first place.
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just washed car in boiling full sun, and used my little mix, dont know if it was the heat but it was murder, kept on leaving trails xD

this is to show how little i used on my accord, was just above the top line of the sticker before i started 70%bsd 30%fk425 and had to go over alot twice because of the smearing/trails
30% BSD 70% FK is easy to apply and remove, the same as FK alone.
BSD alone isn't easy to remove.
Maybee You can try 50/50
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