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Old 12-09-2014, 09:56 PM   #31
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Is this a multi cosmic Gordon or paint specific .
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Multi on this one. I only personally use colour specific ones on cars that have Road rash and again only on the effected panels.

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Wicked cheers Gordon. So for example a brand new car would you say multi will be just as good as a specific? Is there any difference in duration? Would you top up with rapidd wax or the specific Carnuba arts?
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Wicked cheers Gordon. So for example a brand new car would you say multi will be just as good as a specific? Is there any difference in duration? Would you top up with rapidd wax or the specific Carnuba arts?
Stick to multi, as it spreads so far and you should get a few cars out of 50mls. The art range is a very wet finish. But the least durable out of the range. I personally look at it as a topper. Rather than a dedicated LSP. Rapid waxx is hard to beat. Simple mist on and wipe right off. Water behavior is very good also.
It is all down to personal choice and the time you wish to dedicate to you top ups. Rapid is far faster.

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Stick to multi, as it spreads so far and you should get a few cars out of 50mls. The art range is a very wet finish. But the least durable out of the range. I personally look at it as a topper. Rather than a dedicated LSP. Rapid waxx is hard to beat. Simple mist on and wipe right off. Water behavior is very good also.
It is all down to personal choice and the time you wish to dedicate to you top ups. Rapid is far faster.

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Wicked cheers Gordon.
I'm looking at something to go ontop of cosmic so either rapidd wax or Carnuba arts. Or is cosmic good in itself. I want to look after it go se if can achieve the 18-24month durability
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