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Old 09-10-2015, 05:27 PM   #1
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Autoperfekt Nano Shampoo *New Product*

Will start of with a little background info on the company. These items were delivered from a new company . Owner is Lloyd who seems a genuinely decent bloke and all the products are made from scratch, in house by himself. Some of the sampler products previously used were under a different name
The company labels itself as using the best German ingredients/formulas and Scottish ingenuity to produce its automotive products. I started by testing the new snow foam sent from Lloyd on my sisters CX-5, which currently has a coat of Power Sealant and will be topped up with FK 2685 after this wash.

Following on from the last review of the Autoperfekt nano foam, I am now going to test the Nano Shampoo.

3 capfuls which was roughly 25ml of product was added to the bucket. Filled with hot water and blasted with the power washer which gave me plenty of suds! Smell wise I think it needs to be stronger, it does have a slight scent but I can't describe it other than a fresh or clean scent, could do with a stronger fruit based smell or possibly something like bubblegum or spearmint.

The same could also be said about the Nano Foam but its not as important for that.

The shampoo was impressive stuff to use though, my incredipad glided across the paintwork of the CX5, the lubricity was excellent, as was the cleaning power and the length of time the suds dwelled on the panel during use.

Now for the surprise, once fully hand washed I came to power washing the shampoo off. I noticed during this process that the car seemed to be retaining less water on its panels than usual, even with an LSP on the paintwork. After a quick chat with Lloyd who is developing this range, my findings weren't a figment of my imagination. This shampoo has drying aids within it and also according to Lloyd, will actually make your paint work bead up after washing with this shampoo to aid the drying process.

I cannot comment on this as my car has power seal on it and cannot say whether it actually leaves a bit of protection on the paintwork after washing with this shampoo... but I can confirm it certainly helps with drying the car noticeably!

Again a fantastic product and look forward to the retail product being available for full purchase as it is one of my favorite shampoos so far.

Hopefully a stronger smell is added in for the final version! Added a few photo's of the finished car also after a top coat of FK2685 wax. My sister and brother in law were over the moon with it.

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