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    Normally i'm a bit wary of products that claim to give allsorts of unbelievable shine and durability etc(especially after being put off dodo juice waxes after using them) but Optimum Opti-seal came highly recommended by quite a few people on detailing world and clean your car's forums so i thoughtwhat the hell i will give it a go
    Bottom line is this product has really amazed me by the finish it leaves, and the fact that the product is a wowa(wipe on walk away)so it only takes about 10 minutes to do the whole car, its got to bea top product for use with winter coming as its so quick and easy to use
    I have also purchased some of their ocw(optimum cwik wax)and am going to top the sealant with this today as this too comes highly recommended and is also supposed to be very easy going to use, i will also get some pictures up once i'm done for anyone who's interested
     
     

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    i've seen the reviews on dw to. does look good and seems to last quite well on wheels to.
    another product getting great reviews is, the aio cherry glaze from auto brite. so i bought some. and i'm very impressed with the finish it leaves.
    it's a paint cleaner.polish,and leaves protection aswell as it contains canauba. although i did put a coat of vic concours on to
    can also be used to restore faded plastics, and will not mark rubber or plastic.
    http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...t=cherry+glaze
     
     

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    The finish with the wax is also very good and its so easy to apply only took me about 5 minutes to do the whole car
     
     

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    How much was the cleaning stuff mark? with winter on its way if its a quick and easy stuff to use on mine might be worth a punt.... bracing my self ....££
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    the optiseal is £18 and the spray wax £13
     
     

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    That's a really nice finish
     
     

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    best bits the ease of use with both products, a single application of optiseal takes about 10 mins and the same for the wax
     
     

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