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    Looking at buying a couple of Poorboys products to assist me in putting the gleam on my machine Paintwork is Jet Black.

    Currently using Duragloss Aquawax every 2nd wash with pleasing results over Dodo Juice Purple Haze wax.

    Gotta strip the existing/old wax off, probably with Dodo juice Lime Prime, and apply Poorboys Black Hole glaze
    then 2/3 coats of DDJ Purple Haze wax.

    So is Poorboys Spray & Gloss Detailer or Poorboys QD+ Detailing Spray the best product to achieve similar results
    to Duragloss Aquawax with the other processes and products taken into account, oh and all products to be applied by hand.

    As usual guys all opinions grateful TIA
     
     

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    Hello,

    Not really into sprays, I use a QD for priming polishing pads and a quick wipe down between polishing and waxing. I use megs ultimate detailler qd spray

    Pb's black hole is really good reccomended
     
     

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    Definitely poorboys black hole glaze as Sam said.. Some poorboys natty wax blue for dark colours will go nicely on top aswell
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    slowtech, i have read your post again

    what exactly is it you are asking and what are you trying to acheive?

    your gonna strip the wax off, pb black hole it then wax with ddj

    but you are asking about a spray to 'top-up' your wax after every wash, between re waxing?

    if this is the case, out of the two sprays you have suggested, Poorboys Spray & Gloss Detailer, has wax in it, where as the other dont

    i take it this is to save time?
     
     

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    Excellent quick detailer:

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/detail.../prod_146.html

    Ideal for "quick detailing" in between waxing sessions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    slowtech, i have read your post again

    what exactly is it you are asking and what are you trying to acheive?

    your gonna strip the wax off, pb black hole it then wax with ddj

    but you are asking about a spray to 'top-up' your wax after every wash, between re waxing?

    if this is the case, out of the two sprays you have suggested, Poorboys Spray & Gloss Detailer, has wax in it, where as the other dont

    i take it this is to save time?
    Thats pretty much it Sam, as you and baderlfc have confirmed PB Black Hole glaze is a confirmed buy, along with using my existing
    the DDJ purple haze wax I wanted a PoorBoys product similar to DG AquaWax, which I really rate but wanted a change.
    Sorry I must have missed that the Spray & Gloss Detailer was the only product with gloss enhancers in it
    but now Baderlfc linked a similar product from Chemical guys now I am in a quandary?
     
     

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    lol decisions

    if it was me i would buy a cheap machine polisher, and just wax it every time, waxing with a machine is sooo quick
     
     

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    oh check out detailling world they got a lot of reviews on products over there
     
     

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