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Old 13-07-2018, 03:53 PM   #1
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Just purchased some anyone used it, if so, your thoughts would be appreciated......thanks
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Old 13-07-2018, 04:00 PM   #2
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ive got some winging its way to me, so will find out this weekend (if it arrives before), otherwise interested in others views/tips too
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I have been using the Raceglaze wheel sealant up until now, so interested in trying something different.
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I have been using the Raceglaze wheel sealant up until now, so interested in trying something different.
I've got the Raceglaze and have been very pleased with it, but did see this on the 3 for 2 promo they're running - be interested to see what the thoughts / outcome are
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Iv got a bottle but not had a chance to use it yet. Im hoping to put it to use this weekend. If i manage il post a eview
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Received my Wheel Armour yesterday and tried it out today.
The instructions on my bottle were for a cutting compound...LOL but John says just apply and buff off after 15/20 minutes.
It was easy to apply and remove with a good quality cloth, scent very similar to Pure and left a lovely reflective, smooth finish.
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How do you think it applied compared to RaceGlaze one and is there any difference in finish ?
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How do you think it applied compared to RaceGlaze one and is there any difference in finish ?
Very close call Andy, as they are both easy to apply and remove giving a very similar finish.
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Very close call Andy, as they are both easy to apply and remove giving a very similar finish.
Great stuff, will have a look at it when my RG needs replacing...
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Thanks Andy, looks like a lovely finish!

Sorry about the instructions.

Thanks again, John
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