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Old 14-06-2017, 10:02 AM   #1
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Resurrect Paint cleanser Polish by Auto Allure

Good Morning DW,

I'm no movie maker but i've uploaded a short video of a 3 Series tourer I valeted at BMW yesterday.

I was demonstrating Resurrect - Paint Cleanser polish.

I had already washed, clayed and dried the car with Luxallure Shampoo (Currently 50% off) and a XL Drying towel

So i cleansed and polished the paint with Resurrect and made a short video of the cleaning power of the paint cleaner using a brand new white applicator pad. This was only a few short passes but you'll get the idea.

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Old 14-06-2017, 09:27 PM   #2
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That looks like an interesting product, I thought it was going to be like a conventional cream paint cleaner but it's in a spray form right?
Is it in like a panel wipe too sort of along the lines of Bilt Hamer's cleaner fluid?
So no abrasives but would chemically remove wax and sealants?
Sorry for all the questions



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Hi Gonz,

No we wanted it looser than a creamy thicker variant. However I choose to put it through a trigger sprayer for ease of use. It can be used with standard Disc tops.

It has high levels of solvent cleaners in it and is very low in fillers and no abrasives so the cleaning power comes from it's blend of solvents and cleansers. It will clean the paint with it's own 'power' as opposed to abrasively moving things around.

I'm all for abrasives but wanted to come in with something a little easier to use and this won't mark trims and rubbers.

As a standalone polish it really does work miracles without abrasives.
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B0llocks I wish I would have included this in my order it's just the product I'm after especially through a spray trigger.

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I tell you what then

Order a bottle with second class delivery and I'll send you an applicator and microfibre free so you get a little kit?
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Taking of applicators... it looks like a microfibre applicator pad was used in the video. Is that what you'd recommend for application? I only have foam applicators or microfibre cloths - is there a preference to what I should use? I have a bottle in my order.

Lovely offer to Gonzo btw - I'm super impressed with your customer service on DW so far. If the products are half as good they will be amazing
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Cheers Ben that's ace to say and I'm sure the products will live up to any expectation you have.

Foam pads will be perfectly fine

Only reason I used the mf style pad was because it was white and shows the grime better
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