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Old 12-10-2017, 05:40 PM   #11
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Sub tenner ceramics.

Ordered at 3.99.

No way I’m paying 6 quid for a bottle of ceramic coating...

Think I’m going to coat the BBQ.

So for budget application. Make-up pads for application and old underpants for buffing off?



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I’m going to get some & do my snap on box with it at £3.99
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I make my own quick detailer using the silicon dioxide one,I have yet to try the Polysiloxane coating http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-super-...IAAOSwFzRZ3yJM in a quick detailer recipe, I would say treat these coatings like gen3 ceramic coating with regards to application and removal. Use a damp microfibre (short nap) for removal followed by a final wipedown with a plush microfibre

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Old 12-10-2017, 06:28 PM   #14
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There are two versions of this coating, Polysiloxane and silicon dioxide, yours I believe is the silicon dioxide version
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Just ordered from Ebay for £3.99 including postage.
Got to worth a punt at that price.
Going to give it a try on my van's headlights.
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Old 13-10-2017, 09:46 AM   #17
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I've ordered two from China. Gotta be worth a punt for gloss plastics etc!
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Waiting to see the results on black trim and headlights, I'm intrigued.
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I make my own quick detailer using the silicon dioxide one,I have yet to try the Polysiloxane coating http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-super-...IAAOSwFzRZ3yJM in a quick detailer recipe, I would say treat these coatings like gen3 ceramic coating with regards to application and removal. Use a damp microfibre (short nap) for removal followed by a final wipedown with a plush microfibre
Interesting, may I ask how you make the QD? Cheers
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