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Old 13-10-2017, 01:40 PM   #361
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I keep reading good things about mixing BSD with SPUGS.

I have probably missed this somewhere in the thread and it's probably a daft question but are people generally buying the 250ml concentrate of SPUGS and making that up accordingly and then mixing that 50:50 with BSD.

I would rather buy the concentrate as it works out better value. Thanks.
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Old 19-10-2017, 10:08 PM   #362
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I keep reading good things about mixing BSD with SPUGS.

I have probably missed this somewhere in the thread and it's probably a daft question but are people generally buying the 250ml concentrate of SPUGS and making that up accordingly and then mixing that 50:50 with BSD.

I would rather buy the concentrate as it works out better value. Thanks.

I buy the 250ml concentrate of SPUGSD V3 it's better value
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Old 18-12-2017, 08:17 PM   #363
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My S4 today after a good clean & a coat of 50/50 mix Sonax BSD & Adam's Detail Spray



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Old 18-12-2017, 09:53 PM   #364
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I'm all excited. I just found a very old bottle of Mad Cow Ultraviolet. I have only used BSD once and found it very grabby so maybe I can make something nice out of two of my less than fave products.
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Thumbs up Bsd/spugs

Thanks Sean Ryan for the Xmas pressie, BSD/SPUGS is awesome. Was great 50/50 with BSD at the SP recommended dilution but was not entirely comfortable with reducing the conc. of BSD and felt it could have been a tad more slick so decided to try just adding the concentrate directly to BSD. 100ml BSD/10ml SPUGS, slightly stronger than the SP recommended 6.5%. Wow, glides on from a dry microfibre, definitely a more slick result and even light condensation just runs off the car. - [Pearl white Toyota with Sonax Protect and Shine as a base]
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Old 23-12-2017, 04:27 AM   #366
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Thanks Sean Ryan for the Xmas pressie, BSD/SPUGS is awesome. Was great 50/50 with BSD at the SP recommended dilution but was not entirely comfortable with reducing the conc. of BSD and felt it could have been a tad more slick so decided to try just adding the concentrate directly to BSD. 100ml BSD/10ml SPUGS, slightly stronger than the SP recommended 6.5%. Wow, glides on from a dry microfibre, definitely a more slick result and even light condensation just runs off the car. - [Pearl white Toyota with Sonax Protect and Shine as a base]
Nice one buddy defo the best mix
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Old 27-02-2018, 10:20 AM   #367
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Anyone know if BSD has been tried with Poorboys Spray & Gloss yet? Nickg_pfc mentioned wanting to try it some time back but never said if he actually did and what the result was. I've seen some excellent gloss and slickness from S&G so thought it might be a winner with BSD's beading. I've got a fresh bottle of S&G on the way so will give it a try and report back.

I'm also going to go push the boat out and mix some BSD with Zaino Z-16 just for the heck of it. Not exactly sure what I'm expecting from this blend, so it won't be a big batch, I just want to know what happens!

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Having read everything BSD related I think any slick QD mixed with BSD will give the desired result but probably best to dilute BSD as little as possible to maintain it's original characteristics unless your primary aim is to thin it out to produce a fine spray mist.
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I mixed it with Wax Planet poly gloss and it’s a winner, all the beading of BSD but now it’s extra slick to apply and loads more gloss.


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I mixed it with Wax Planet poly gloss and it’s a winner, all the beading of BSD but now it’s extra slick to apply and loads more gloss.


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Oooo. I like the sound of that mix


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