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what to use.

d9jdm Jul 21, 2013

  1. d9jdm

    d9jdm Member

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    whats the best 'all round'' product for me to use? I want to keep my car looking good and not have to use too many different products just a one shot deal would be perfect for me.

    Any recommendations?
     
  2. Luke2.0tdi2010

    Luke2.0tdi2010 Active Member

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    depends which area you want the 'all round' product?
    Washing
    Decontaminating
    Paint Correction
    Sealing
    Waxing?
    Wish there was one product that done the lot !
     
  3. d9jdm

    d9jdm Member

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    well i'm pretty much a rinse, shampoo and rinse again type of guy... now i have the new motor sealing might be an option... so shampoo and a sealer?
     
  4. d9jdm

    d9jdm Member

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    bilt hamber product worth investing in?<br><br>
     
  5. coreythorny

    coreythorny Active Member

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    If you're only going to apply it when you wash the car which I presume is once a week like most people? Then something just like a quick detailer, Hybrid V7 or Finishkare 425 are good might be a option.

    But as stated, this will only seal in stuff that other products are used for to remove. Such as tar, iron, dirt embedded in the paint, swirls.
    Thats why people go to more extensive lengths and apply waxes rather than QDs to help seal the paintwork for longer maintaining its finish as best possible.

    theres all in one (AIO) polishes which also offer a bit of protection, Autofinesse Tripple is a good product, but is that what you're after? It's still a polish type product which you need to manually work in by hand to get gains where the QD is just a spray on wipe off.
     
  6. scotty76

    scotty76 Well-Known Member Team Phantom Audi S4

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    Gtechniq C2V3 is one of the fastest sealants you'll find. Spray it on, wipe it off. If you want something to do a bit of everything I'd suggest Autofinesse Tripple.
     
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