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Spray it on a wet car if you’re struggling with grabbing.
Two very good reasonsThe sio2 component I understand, but why Autofinesse Rejuvenate?
That's a pre wax cleanser with micro abrasives and glaze components, not sure I'd use that over my nicely waxed car.
Good combo. It's only good because it's cheap. It's not easy to apply and it's not slick. But it lasts and beads and sheets.
Which sio2 product did you mix in?I have had the Sonax BSD/QD for quite a while.
I deviated from the product in the never ending quest for “better” so I bought some sio2 ceramic sealant.
It was / is a complete nightmare to apply and left smears everywhere.
I have found a perfect mix though with
60% Somax BSD
10% auto finesse rejuvenate
Shake it like mad for 30 seconds and use the sonax disperser.
1 squirt on cloth for lubrication ( fnarr, fnarr ) and then light mists on the panel and it works well and the hydrophobic properties are still lasting 2.5mo later on my wife’s mini that is out all year round.
On my exige post track day I snowfoamed the car and really didn’t feel that the shampoo bucket I had ready was justified. Flies had already gone and dust removed.
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What would you recommend that is easier to apply and slick, just out of curiosity. I am a bit late to all these products and keen to try out a few different products. I don't mind spending a bit more money too.Good combo. It's only good because it's cheap. It's not easy to apply and it's not slick. But it lasts and beads and sheets.
Post nr 37 I think, done and dusted or Inifinity Wax Rapid Detailer. I've yet to try the mix with rapid detailer, but that stuff on its own really is amazing, super slick finish, just flashes off without smears and has pretty decent beading doe a couple of weeks!What would you recommend that is easier to apply and slick, just out of curiosity. I am a bit late to all these products and keen to try out a few different products. I don't mind spending a bit more money too.
My best one until recently was bouncers done and dusted but I could t recommend infinity wax rapid detailer more. It's brilliant essentially you're you're adding protection to your QD or making your BSD easy to use.
Or even find a cheaper QD like serious performance etc. Experiments are half the fun.
Dave on here first mixed chemical guys v7. He discovered how to get the best from bsd.
The infinity rapid wax turned up this morning. Well impressed I see what you mean. Very easy to apply and looks great. Did the whole of my transporter in record time. And the smell Will clean and apply to the inferno tomorrow.Indeed it depends if protection is key. The likes of C2V3 and si from bouncers is nicer to use and slicker. I have to enjoy a little bit of using a spray product and it's shouldn't be a bit of a chore or worry when working with it.
I've gone through gallons of it. I use it as work a lot for different purposes and have diluted with so many products.
If this product was £10/£12 it would be lying on shelves somewhere because other products in that price range have none of the BSD drawbacks.
It's not one of those enjoyable products and detailing to me is enjoyable. Get a bottle of Z8 or Z6 and then tell me BSD doesn't have drawbacks. Z8 and Z6 were made 15+ years ago generally speaking.
Price difference yes.