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    Hi has anyone tried the BMW - Eco friendly car polish its supposed to contain fine polishing clay, Carnauba with linseed oil. Costs £11.50 see link below:

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Genuine-BMW-Na...item2c54998918
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    Looks OK...Haven't tried it but usually the % of Carnuaba in it affects the price so at that price I would be thinking that their is virtually none in it? Maybe our Forum detailer perfection could answer this
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    Looks OK...Haven't tried it but usually the % of Carnuaba in it affects the price so at that price I would be thinking that their is virtually none in it? Maybe our Forum detailer perfection could answer this
    I got some & it's not bad, similar to AutoGlym Super Resin I would say. Doesn't leave any powder residue either and gives a nice deep shine.:

    Not sure how long it will last, so i'll monitor it over the next few washes
     
     

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