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    Thumbs up I'm smitten with auto glym!

    Thought I'd try the Auto Glym's super resin polish, and the Extra Gloss finish. Verdict- the best combination polish I have ever used!
    It is easy to put on, with minimum effort, and buffs up extremly well.
    It doesn't even stain the black rubber/ plastics on the 850.
    Get some on yer sweed machine\!!!!!!!!

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    Not that good on darker colours though as it leaves dust everywhere, thats what i fond anyway when i last used it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBeast
    Not that good on darker colours though as it leaves dust everywhere, thats what i fond anyway when i last used it.

    if you use the extra gloss protection after it gets rid of the dust and does make your car look like its had a couple of coats of clear laquer sprayed on your paintwork,plus it also depends how thick you put the super resin polish on aswell


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBeast
    Not that good on darker colours though as it leaves dust everywhere, thats what i fond anyway when i last used it.

    You're putting too much on then. You really need very little and then work it into the paint with a microfibre cloth. Take a look here for some info:

    www.detailingworld.co.uk

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    I've always sworn by Auto Glmy's stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloverleaf
    You're putting too much on then. You really need very little and then work it into the paint with a microfibre cloth. Take a look here for some info:

    www.detailingworld.co.uk
    or use autoglym`s own perfect polishing cloth it is dear ish but is very good


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