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AngelWax 'Drift' for WHITE cars


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I bought some of this last week

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I've already got AngelWax's Bilberry Alloy wheel cleaner and their QED detailing spray so know how good their stuff is already... I purchased these from the wax Stock Show at Peterborough last year.

 

It designed for white cars http://www.angelwax.co.uk/?wpsc-product=drift and has a property to remove slight skate makes in your paint work... so they say ;)

 

So yesterday I snow foamed my car, washed, clay bar'd and re washed.. micro fibred towel dried.. then get my car back in my garage before the rains came.

 

My idea is that I can spend an hour or so waxing a panel at a time in the dry :)

 

so tonight was my first hour... all I did was the bonnet, two wings and the bumper. All done by hand.

 

applied wax 

 

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polished off...

 

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Bonnet polished , wing waiting to be wax/polished. 

 

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all front end now polished up

 

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Conclusion: So far so good. It's a quality wax and you can tell when you apply it it's not the stuff that will be washed off after a couple of car washes. Applying it, it feels greasy (that'll be the wax then lol ). Polishing off isn't the easiest wax I've had to polished off, but it does feel really nice to the touch when you feel what's been done.

 

Proof of how good my car will look will be when all the car's all done and I get it back outside to see how she looks.. and how she beads up when it rains :D

 

 

 

 

 

ps: I now want a electric polisher to make it a bit easier to wax my car :lol:

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Hello Salsa mate been awhile. And look's the mut's nut's mate. I know you have a good camera but can see the difference on the pictures.

I did buy a Mer clay bar and wax but not tried it yet. just not had the time :(

But like how it look's might look at getting some :) 

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Don't know what it is apart from Exedy. Hopefully getting to Sheffield to have it fitted by 5heffield 5ubaru 5pecialist  just getting the time off to get there and have it done as it's not just down the road as such :( But have come highly recommended by the members on here. And have allowed Ash to hold meet up's at their Garage so be nice to get to meet them myself too :D 

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Don't know what it is apart from Exedy. Hopefully getting to Sheffield to have it fitted by 5heffield 5ubaru 5pecialist  just getting the time off to get there and have it done as it's not just down the road as such :( But have come highly recommended by the members on here. And have allowed Ash to hold meet up's at their Garage so be nice to get to meet them myself too :D

 

 

I had my AP organic racing clutch fitted at TSL @ Keyworth/Notts. They've now closed and the mechanics (Glen + Beccy) set up Carnetix @ Melton Mowbray. That must be nearer for you ;)

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need to research the compound used but the DA one Miggs recommended is not as bad as a full on professional one which can take the paint off - also I have a van with a lot of surface area on for getting my technique sorted before going near a car :P

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