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Old 31-12-2017, 07:45 PM   #1
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WaxAddict Pure Shampoo

Got this shampoo for Christmas with my Vortex.
Tried it yesterday, did the usual pre-wash. GreenStar on the lower half of the car followed by BH AutoFoam.
Ready for the wash I put a small amount of the Shampoo in my lance and foamed the car. Put some in the bucket and the suds were brilliant. During the wash the soap felt very slick and the suds continued all the way until I was finished. Very thick and creamy bubbles, not the big bubbles that last 2 minutes!

Overall I am very impressed and although £15 for 500ml it is an excellent shampoo and I will definately use it again!

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A lovely shampoo but a little pricey IMO, although I still have a couple of bottles
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Just as an option once you've used current shampoo, I use Simoniz Wax Free Shampoo.
Yes I know it's an 'old school' name and doesn't cost a fortune, but its excellent and very underrated in my opinion.
Currently £6 for 1 litre at Halfords.
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This is a favourite of mine Rob. Cleans brilliantly, smells lovely and rinses effortlessly, leaving nothing behind. The only drawback for me is the price. You get what you pay for though.
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