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Old 07-10-2017, 12:08 PM   #351
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I used my BSD & FK #425 combo today and no gloss and the water didn't sheet off the car when i drove it now when i was applying it i noticed it wasn't slick this is the complete opposite to the last time i tried this mix back in july has anyone else had this happen to them with this mix?
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Old 07-10-2017, 12:31 PM   #352
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I used my BSD & FK #425 combo today and no gloss and the water didn't sheet off the car when i drove it now when i was applying it i noticed it wasn't slick this is the complete opposite to the last time i tried this mix back in july has anyone else had this happen to them with this mix?
Did you shake the bottle well? Similar happened to me with bsd/v7 mix, I shook the bottle for ages and tried it again and it worked again

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Old 07-10-2017, 12:53 PM   #353
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Did you shake the bottle well? Similar happened to me with bsd/v7 mix, I shook the bottle for ages and tried it again and it worked again

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I've stopped mixing Bad now as I'm not really getting any removal issues and none of the combinations I've tried outlast pure Bsd .

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The BSD/V07 mix works best for gloss on the wife's white silver metallic MINI IMHO





However, on my sepang blue S4 the BSD/SPUGSDV3 mix works best
Really bring the 'blue' out in the paint
Don't just take my word for it ask my SWMBO
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Does the new version still needs mixing?
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Old 09-10-2017, 10:25 PM   #357
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Does the new version still needs mixing?
Depends on your paint. It’s not quite as bad as the old formula, but on my soft black Honda paint it is still streaky and grabby unless I mix it with V7.
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I've found BSD on its own works well with solid white's

My pic's are on Photobucket so will copy a few tomorrow and post 'em
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2 of my previous cars wearing 'neat' BSD
Both cars are solid white's



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If the new version is what I bought 3 months back most definitely.




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