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Gtechniq Products

Post by M135i-King » Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:12 pm

Cant seem to found and recent threads about Gtechniq so has anyone used any of their products ?

Looking and doing my windows ready for the winter and also want to try Gtechniq EXO V2

Any advice tips or ones to avoid would be great.
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Post by Octavius » Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:21 pm

I've used some of their products. Some are good, some are poor but all are overpriced to similar products available.
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Post by Motley2012 » Fri Aug 21, 2015 8:08 pm

G5 on your glass is better value. A single application is lasting a good six months.

I was always a bit sniffy about wheel sealants but after I had one set of wheels refurbished I splashed out on some C5 and for a good year soap and water was all they needed to stay looking great.

That said I recently picked up a aerosol tin of Autoglym seal and protect as it was £2.50 at Tesco and it's been pretty good so far. Worth investing in some Iron X in any case to ensure the wheels are spotlessly clean.
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Post by rusty13 » Fri Aug 21, 2015 8:45 pm

C2v3 is excellent
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Post by scrounger » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:46 am

Exo is excellent. I've used it on a couple of cars and the bead is superb however, you will get just as good a bead with C2V3 as long as you use it regularly. You can also mix it with water to make a RD. I've used loads of G-Techniq products, C2v3, Exo, g1, c4,c5,I1 ,L1 W8, P1 etc etc and they are all great products.

Exo is relatively easy to apply but as with all the G - techniq products, prep is key. Paint has to be defect free and grease/silicone free so make sure you do a panel wipe before applying. Oh and make sure you can leave the car in a dry place for 24 hours for it to cure correctly.
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Re: Gtechniq Products

Post by Eddie_h » Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:38 am

rusty13 wrote:C2v3 is excellent
+1, really love this stuff.


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