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Old 21-02-2021, 10:42 PM   #21
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When i first got my car the washer bottle had something in that was just stripping my glass sealants, they didnt last long at all.i Put anglewax clarity in now its fine

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I use sonax extreme clear view nano in the summer and Halfords -10/ purple berry scent in the winter. The Halfords will certainly decrease overal durability of some of the weaker sealants but not massively.
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Old 22-02-2021, 09:49 AM   #22
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I sell a product called HydraClean - its a glass cleaner which is also hydrophobic.

Simply spray on and rinse off. Can be buffed if windows are dirty, but it just does what its supposed to, with none of the overlapping and concentric circles you used to have to apply these products with
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Old 22-02-2021, 10:11 AM   #23
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My favourite one after trying many is H2go followed closely by Autobrite Repel, both start beading water at less than 30mph which is ideal for the commute I used to do, and both easy to apply.
never had any issues with wiper judder yet, fingers crossed!!
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pyramid car care glass sealant

https://www.pyramidcarcare.co.uk/pro...g-coming-soon/

Only a 4 hour cure time so it can be applied outside and is just easy to apply.

Ive not driven my car since applying but the application process was easy, much better review here https://www.detailingworld.co.uk/for...d.php?t=424651
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2 coats of H2Go is great.

I apply the first coat, then 15-20 mins later apply a second coat DIRECTLY over the 1st coat.

Then I disappear into the house and leave it overnight.
Buff off following morning.

Lasts months and I can drive home at 70mph on the A1 and not need wipers at all.
In fact its less of a distraction because the rain droplets bead up so small you can hardly see them.
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I always used H2Go but having run out I spotted CP4L had turtle wax CLEARVUE at a knockdown and got 3 bottles.
I find it really easy to use and a good month longevity so that's what I'll be using for a while. I've had no problems with it.
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