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Old 24-10-2018, 08:30 AM   #61
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Old 24-10-2018, 11:44 AM   #62
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Sweet as! Thanks Sheep. Still happy with my choices. People bang on about the Collinite's being the go to for winter protection, but those days have moved on. In my testing they don't last as long as the current breed of aerosol sealants and Bilt Hamber's waxes and this just shows it again.

If I find the time I want to do a bit of a test on a car with the following:

Sonax PNS
Bilt Hamber DSW
Soft 99 Fusso 12
Wowo's Crystal Sealant
Wowo's Nanocoat
CarPlan No. 1 Supergloss
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Old 24-10-2018, 02:37 PM   #64
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Had a look through the 3rd month updatr sheep. I'd say there is still a bit of protection on almost all of those sections. The poorboys is the only one verging on finished I'd say although it's clear the ones you mentioned are fairing the best.

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Old 24-10-2018, 04:13 PM   #65
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Had a look through the 3rd month updatr sheep. I'd say there is still a bit of protection on almost all of those sections. The poorboys is the only one verging on finished I'd say although it's clear the ones you mentioned are fairing the best.

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They are sheeting water, but not any faster than an unprotected panel IMO. The roof has no protection on it at the moment, and it’s moving the water at roughly the same rate. The sides are doing more than the hood, but they have gravity on their side.
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Sweet as! Thanks Sheep. Still happy with my choices. People bang on about the Collinite's being the go to for winter protection, but those days have moved on. In my testing they don't last as long as the current breed of aerosol sealants and Bilt Hamber's waxes and this just shows it again.

If I find the time I want to do a bit of a test on a car with the following:

Sonax PNS
Bilt Hamber DSW
Soft 99 Fusso 12
Wowo's Crystal Sealant
Wowo's Nanocoat
CarPlan No. 1 Supergloss
I could do that test for you, you'll just need to send me all of those but PNS.

I actually just ordered my own tub of Finnis wax, found a shop in Canada selling, and on sale for $32.00 for the 250ml tin (that's ~18.8 GBP). Considering it's performance I would argue is a better value that AG HD, as it seems to be lasting as well or better, and is easier to use (i always find the supplied applicators make application grabby). AG HD is around $40-50 CAD, and UHD is around $60-65 if I remember correctly. I still want AG UHD, but I have enough products to get through for a while before I add that.
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How are you able to get Finis Wax 250ml for less than £19 in Canada when it's £33 in the UK?!
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How are you able to get Finis Wax 250ml for less than £19 in Canada when it's £33 in the UK?!
The website had it on sale, as well as all the other BH product they carried (only 3 things). Looked like there were clearing it out, maybe they were dropping the line. Either way, wicked deal for me, as I'll probably never find a supplier for them again.
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