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Angelwax products review (sort of)

indianbelters Nov 12, 2013

  1. indianbelters

    indianbelters Member

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    Hi All
    When i bought my audi a6 avant in black i had no ides how to maintain a black car and tbh was very worried about it. However after speaking to Mark Brodie from Brotek he advised on what i should use and how to apply it, i can say i am a extremely happy customer and would recommend all angelwax products and speak to Mark for any advice required. Here is his website: The Detailing Barn - www.brotek.co.uk
    These are the products i used:
    Angelwax Dark Angel
    • Best wax i have ever used, so easy to apply and it smells lush lol. Water just beads like crazy with this stuff
    Angelwax Bilberry Wheel Sealant
    • Awesome wheel wax extremely easy to apply once again i did 3 coats over 24 hours. Makes cleaning wheels extremely easy
    Angelwax H2Go
    • Words can't describe how good this stuff is. Once again rain etc just beads off
    Angelwax Heaven
    • Leather cleaner and conditioner, when i got my car i thought the leather was clean but when i applied this on a clean white cloth, i was shocked. Seats are now gleaming and smell great
    Angelwax Revenge
    • This stuff helps with insects removal is great to keep in the boot for quick clean-ups removes bird droppings etc easily.
    Angelwax QED
    • Best quick detailer i have come across, always rated meguiars quick detailer, but this stuff is far better.
    Angelwax Revelation
    • Aresome pre-cleaner, spray this on then jet off, cleans most things instantly, makes cleaning wheels alot easier too.

    This is a pic of the results, hope you all like it as much as i do:
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  2. Brodster

    Brodster Well-Known Member Team Ibis VCDS Map User Audi Avant Owner Group Audi S4

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    :beerchug: for the recommendation Vikash. Its always a pleasure to help others out in the world of 'Keeping your car clean'. If anything new pops up then I shall give you a bell. Have you tried out the new wax Desirable yet???
     
  3. indianbelters

    indianbelters Member

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    I will have a look into it mate, probably get some in the spring when i wax it again. :)
     
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  4. Phil-1

    Phil-1 Well-Known Member Regional Rep

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    Just placed my second order with Brotek.
    I'm sure I will be ordering more from him shortly

    Mark, thanks for a great service and super products at a great price.

    Phil
     
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  5. Brodster

    Brodster Well-Known Member Team Ibis VCDS Map User Audi Avant Owner Group Audi S4

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    Your more than welcome Phil......anytime buddy.:beerchug:
     
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    Phil-1 Well-Known Member Regional Rep

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    Received another parcel of goodies from Mark yesterday. Thanks mate.
     
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    dualmono21 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    tried the angelwax chocolate about 9 months ago
    still beads nice , word of warning dont put too much on the applicator use it sparingly otherwise it can be difficult to get off
     
  8. Brodster

    Brodster Well-Known Member Team Ibis VCDS Map User Audi Avant Owner Group Audi S4

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    Its the same with most waxes though. Use it sparingly and it'll be a breeze to buff off. I love using Dark Angel as customers love how their car smells of chocolate............so its a bummer if you dont like chocolate then.
     
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  9. indianbelters

    indianbelters Member

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    Yeah i learned this the hard way lol. Can anyone recommend a snow lance that works with karcher pressure washers and some snow foam that won't strip wax etc?
     
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