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    there good them sets, there £50 in halfords but when they do them on special they are £20! so worth buying

    but as said, dont use the sponge and ignore there advice book lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR CHU View Post
    That's a good starter set and a great christmas gift, i would be very pleased to have received that.
    I think you will be more than happy with the results that Auto Glym products will give you.
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    Yep nice looking set. I received a bottle of AG Aqua wax from Santa just waiting for an opportunity to use it now.

    adios
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    Nice little starter kit mate I'm sure you will be pleased with the results...
     
     

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    i use autoglym all the time it is pretty good but i have heard that mgylers or how ever you spell it is really good so gonna giive that a go too
    sideways is the only way to travel
     
     

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    Meguiars stuff is ok, the first and second stage polishes are pretty good when you give your car a deep clean but their waxes don't last long at all. I keep going back to good old faithful AG super resin polish with a coat of extra gloss protection over the top. It's a great combination, the EGP keeps its beading and its looks for a long time.
     
     

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    I think Autoglym is the dogs. lol. I have tried Meguiars polish, and can't say it's much different. Does anyone else here apply it with a damp cloth? It isn't half hard work tho on a hot body!!! . I do think the Extra Gloss Finish could do with thickening up tho, it is literally water!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharleyNokia View Post
    I do think the Extra Gloss Finish could do with thickening up tho, it is literally water!!
    Thought I'd been done the first time I tried it . I found it goes on best with one of those little round applicator sponges, you only need a few drops to do a whole panel with one of those. I did try the ultra deep shine, which looked great on my Boston Green Touring but it didn't last half as long as EGP and it was hard work to buff out. It's been relegated to wheel wax now.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flakmonkey View Post
    Meguiars stuff is ok, the first and second stage polishes are pretty good when you give your car a deep clean but their waxes don't last long at all. I keep going back to good old faithful AG super resin polish with a coat of extra gloss protection over the top. It's a great combination, the EGP keeps its beading and its looks for a long time.
    Tell you what Flakmonkey try the aqua wax. I, like you, normally wash the car then use super resin polish for the finish. This time after the wash I applied aqua wax straight away and the finish is fab.

    I only suggest this as I think the super resin polish contains mild abrasives, which you might want to use less frequently?

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    I used to use autoglym ,,, dead easy to polish out ,,
    mguires is great stage one an two and tried the tech wax for stage three but its a ******* to polsh out !! zymol polishes are great if you can find em bit pricey though ..anyone tried a clay bar ???
     
     

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