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Old 19-08-2019, 03:55 PM   #371
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My application of the TW product is starting to give up the ghost now - probably lasted 6-8 weeks on car which gets light use but kept outside. For me, that doesn't beat the insane longevity of BSD but will certainly use TW again.
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Old 19-08-2019, 04:04 PM   #372
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two for £13.50 delivered...ebay...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Turtle-Wa...gAAOSwzFRdSBol
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My application of the TW product is starting to give up the ghost now - probably lasted 6-8 weeks on car which gets light use but kept outside. For me, that doesn't beat the insane longevity of BSD but will certainly use TW again.
Hello! How long is Sonax Bsd lasting on your car? Thanks.
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Old 20-08-2019, 08:11 AM   #374
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From the guys and girls that have bought this already, how would you say this compares to other spray on wipe off products ? I tend to wash the cars once a month atleast, and would always top it with some sort of sealant or wax at the end. As I'm getting a bit long in the tooth now, I am starting to use things that are pretty easy to use. My current fav is optimum opti seal, but that is about to run out. would this be a good replacement? Does it leave the paint slick ? I really just want something that will make the paintwork slick, but also leave some protection for about a month. Bouncers done and Dusted SI edition springs to mind also, but TW can be had for about half the price at the right place. Nothing wrong with the opti seal, but sometimes you get bored of using the same thing all the time and want to experiment with other LSP's. Your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks
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From the guys and girls that have bought this already, how would you say this compares to other spray on wipe off products ? I tend to wash the cars once a month atleast, and would always top it with some sort of sealant or wax at the end. As I'm getting a bit long in the tooth now, I am starting to use things that are pretty easy to use. My current fav is optimum opti seal, but that is about to run out. would this be a good replacement? Does it leave the paint slick ? I really just want something that will make the paintwork slick, but also leave some protection for about a month. Bouncers done and Dusted SI edition springs to mind also, but TW can be had for about half the price at the right place. Nothing wrong with the opti seal, but sometimes you get bored of using the same thing all the time and want to experiment with other LSP's. Your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks
Honestly, I think for the money it's great but for me now with work commitments and family life I am seeking a longer duration and find that in the Wowo's much more than the SnS (UK) version.
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Old 20-08-2019, 09:57 AM   #376
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Hello! How long is Sonax Bsd lasting on your car? Thanks.
It seems to last ages. Hard to say as I tend to top it up but it's still showing beading 2-3 months down the line.
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Old 20-08-2019, 09:58 AM   #377
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I really just want something that will make the paintwork slick, but also leave some protection for about a month.
This is ideal then (IMHO). I found it super easy to apply, a slick finish and it certainly lasted a month.
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It seems to last ages. Hard to say as I tend to top it up but it's still showing beading 2-3 months down the line.
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Old 23-08-2019, 08:00 AM   #379
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Received my order of tw wednesday, so popped out a and did a trial on the tailgate of my wifes cx3, for the price , the shine and the sheeting you can not go wrong
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Old 27-08-2019, 01:43 PM   #380
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What’s this stuff really like on a wet panel rather than a dry one? Does it streak?
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