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Old 16-09-2019, 10:24 AM   #1
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Britemax Amethyst coating - used on exterior plastics

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I have used Britemax Amethyst coating on paint, glass and trim with great results. Yesterday I coated the front (headlights, paint plastics) on my soon to be two year old Octavia. Used a detailing swab and leveled out the coating with a microfiber cloth. The coating is so versatile, easy to use and gives great results. Very nice that it can be used for "everything"

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How did you prepare the grill, must have taken ages getting in there with some panel wipe
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Definitely looks to have made a great improvement to the grill - presume left ore and right post application?
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Used Geyon Prep, sprayed a third a time and used a microfiber cloth, didn't take much time actually since most of them are hollow through.

Correct, right are after coating
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