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Old 15-08-2017, 07:49 PM   #281
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50/50 mix BSD and 3M Quick Wax. (in stock at Elite Car Care )
Spray on, wipe off needs no buffing (but you can...) looks even better 'the day after'.
I have been using this the past 2 years on my metallic silver Subaru and its my go-to 'after-wash' product crazy eazy to use, stunning look and nice price!
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Old 15-08-2017, 09:25 PM   #282
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And.....the results are????
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Old 15-08-2017, 10:13 PM   #283
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It smeared i wasn't keen on it tbh
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Old 18-08-2017, 09:20 AM   #285
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I mix Demon Shine with it - works great is cheap if you can get an offer and easy wipe on/off.
I've found loads of Demon Shine stashed away from when it was on special a couple of years ago. I've just mixed 50/50 (ish) with BSD. Let's see what happens
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Old 23-08-2017, 07:01 AM   #286
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Finally had time to try 50/50 mix of BSD and Sonax Carnauba spraywax (http://static2.motonet.fi/img/6/6000003/500/6000003.jpg)

I compared it with Soft 99 Fukupika Strong type and BSD alone. Used the bonnet as a test panel, 1/3 for each. I have a PPF on the bonnet and it has been coated with Fusso.

BSD alone is definately grabby after applying but it does subside somewhat after about an hour.
BSD/Spraywax mix spreads nicely, easy to buff and isn't grabby at all. Very slick, actually.
Fukupika was something between those two.

Didn't really notice any gloss differences with the silver paint and PPF.

In conclusion, I'm going to keep the 50/50 mix in my car as a go to QD. I'll keep using the Fukupika to top off the Fusso maybe 1x/2 months.

I'll post some beading shots once it starts raining/a wash the car.
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Old 23-08-2017, 09:31 PM   #287
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I tried out the new Wax Planet Poly Gloss yesterday and was amazed at the level of gloss it gives, so naturally today I had to try it in a mix...







It looks awesome! It's not as easy to apply as something like BSD/V07 as it requires slightly more buffing but the results are more than worth it. Now to wait for some rain (if I can wait that long!)
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Stupid question, but how does one get the top off the BSD without breaking it?
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Stupid question, but how does one get the top off the BSD without breaking it?
A good sharp twist. It twists back on no problem.
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