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Old 05-09-2019, 06:16 AM   #391
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Cheapest I've seen it recently is £13.50 for two on eBay, link in this thread!
I've been meaning to pick up some of the TW Hybrid Sealant to try, but haven't yet.

With pricing as above, this now puts TW Hybrid Sealant at £67.50 for 5 litres.

My personal favourite and benchmark product is Bouncers Done & Dusted Si Edition. DDsi is now only £44.99 for 5L.

The initial draw to TW H'sealant was the price. Now the price tables are turned, has anyone that has actually used both products got a preference for the TW product? If so why please?
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Old 05-09-2019, 08:17 AM   #392
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Old 07-09-2019, 12:16 AM   #393
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Just ordered the 2 x £13.50 on ebay!

Did you guys strip everything before applying, or just throw on top of your previous LSP?

I used BH DSW around March, and then since then I've been topping up with BSD.

(I will strip, cleanse, clay and hand polish sometime before the end of the year)
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Just ordered the 2 x £13.50 on ebay!

Did you guys strip everything before applying, or just throw on top of your previous LSP?

I used BH DSW around March, and then since then I've been topping up with BSD.

(I will strip, cleanse, clay and hand polish sometime before the end of the year)
hi, i just applied it on top of existing lsp, still looking good 1 month later...
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Cheers all, got my x 2 bottles for £13.50 from turtlewax on ebay.

Amazing how that's the cheapest price anywhere and it's from the manufacturer direct. Fast service too.
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Old 17-09-2019, 12:46 PM   #396
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How are you guys getting on with using it as a drying aid (after an initial dry application)?

And what about as a quick detailer - e.g. after washing I would use BSD for door jams and inner sills. I'm guessing SNS isn't quite right for this - so what do you use for that, just an APC?

I suppose for any places you won't touch, I don't mind continuing to use BSD.

But generally, I'm interested to know what you use as a quick detailer along with SNS, for removing the occasional issue.

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Old 18-09-2019, 05:07 PM   #397
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I tried this about 3 weeks ago on top of my existing wax (AG UHD) and I can't believe how good it still looks, how slick it still feels and how it's still beading like crazy. Great to use and now in my mind there's no doubting it's longevity.

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Old 22-09-2019, 02:29 PM   #398
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Last update on this for me - pic below shows coating after 3 months. Left hand side of bonnet is the TW, right side is BSD. As you can see, it'll still bead, however this was only after being coaxed into it by a very fine spray mist. It was wanting to slowly sheet off instead. The BSD on the other side was still beading better but hadn't been on as long.



I'm gonna end the test there as I don't see much point going any further with it. 3 months is a decent amount of time and as it's a spray, it's unlikely that you'd let 3 months of washes pass without using it again.
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yeah agree who isnt going to recoat it over a month or two

which one are you gonna stick with ?
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I’ve actually got TW, BSD & Diamondbrite Ceramic Glaze just now. At the moment the Diamondbrite is my favourite but I’ll probably do my usual and swap about.
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