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Old 10-03-2018, 07:22 PM   #1
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Fini wax vs new ag hd wax

Has anyone got both bilt hamber fini and new style ultra hd wax?

Iv yet to try my unopened fini wax but was tempted to buy the new ultra hd wax to compare but wondering if its worth it? Are they similiar?

I did like the original hd wax but im keen to try finiwax.

Worth getting the new ultra wax or would i be wasting my money if they are similar?

Any one whos tried both please comment ,id like to hear your oppinions.

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Old 10-03-2018, 07:35 PM   #2
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Hi have both tried the ultra hd wax but have not tried the finis , but what I can say , you will not regret buying autoglyms ultra hd wax
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Hi have both tried the ultra hd wax but have not tried the finis , but what I can say , you will not regret buying autoglyms ultra hd wax
What is it about uhd u like? What colour car did u use it on?im in two minds because a)ive put a ban on myslef not to buy more stuff this year unless ive ran out lol and i have a feeling the two waxes will be similar so dont want to stock up on more if say theyre similiar,but i am tempted to try both arghh lol.
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What is it about uhd u like? What colour car did u use it on?im in two minds because a)ive put a ban on myslef not to buy more stuff this year unless ive ran out lol and i have a feeling the two waxes will be similar so dont want to stock up on more if say theyre similiar,but i am tempted to try both arghh lol.
Hi it's easy on and off , the finish is really good , with good gloss levels ,
I used it on Audi sprint blue
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Hi it's easy on and off , the finish is really good , with good gloss levels ,
I used it on Audi sprint blue
Thats good to hear..you see i hear fini wax is also very easy on and off ...so im wondering if theyre very similar.

I found the old hd left a yellowy tinge to white....does anyone know of this is the same with the new style?
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Thats good to hear..you see i hear fini wax is also very easy on and off ...so im wondering if theyre very similar.

I found the old hd left a yellowy tinge to white....does anyone know of this is the same with the new style?
Think the new UHD is a cream / white colour ?

I used the HD was on my white A5 and loved the finish it gave - never had an issue with a yellow tinge to it ...
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Think the new UHD is a cream / white colour ?

I used the HD was on my white A5 and loved the finish it gave - never had an issue with a yellow tinge to it ...
Did you use old hd or new hd?
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Did you use old hd or new hd?
The previous HD wax - hoping to try the new UHD wax
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The previous HD wax - hoping to try the new UHD wax
Well its supposed to be good to remove and apply so i think its meant to be good wax.
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UHD is easier to remove than Finis and anything else I have used, including Swissvax Best of Show.

I never noticed a yellow tinge with HD personally, but UHD has white carnauba. I suspect Finis does too.

UHD seems to be more hydrophobic. Finis is still an awesome wax.
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