Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

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RickN55
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Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

Post by RickN55 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 1:37 pm

Anyone used this before any good?
How does it last? Just got some from Wilkos for £8 sounds good stuff
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Re: Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

Post by nivens » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:34 pm

Never tried it but seen it compared pretty favorably to Sonax BSD which is ideal for using after washing to stop water spots and top up your wax\sealant. Let us know how you find it, I'll need to pick up something similar for washing over the summer as I've been finding black paint a nightmare to get a good finish on when the suns out.
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Re: Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

Post by TomTomNavajo » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:45 pm

Still beads water after applying it last summer, and paintwork looks good... Considering the winter we have had. Apply very sparingly to clean, smooth paintwork. However I suspect it comes off if you e.g. clean off tar spots.

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Re: Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

Post by RickN55 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:59 pm

nivens wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:34 pm
Never tried it but seen it compared pretty favorably to Sonax BSD which is ideal for using after washing to stop water spots and top up your wax\sealant. Let us know how you find it, I'll need to pick up something similar for washing over the summer as I've been finding black paint a nightmare to get a good finish on when the suns out.
Very good for the money I have found this. I used the Mrs 120d as the Guinea Pig to try it on, Which is prept reasonably well clayed around 4 months ago and cleaned an waxed most weekends. And the beading as lasted very well so far despite her having been out in the car the last few days in the rain and all mucky. I normally use Dodo Juice Acrylic Spritz or Dodo Juice Future Armour for this job so it will be a good test to see how it compares/lasts over the long run. Seems brill so far for Car Plan
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Re: Car Plan Number 1 Gloss

Post by nivens » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:25 pm

Sounds decent. I've not tried any of the spray sealants but for £8 this sounds like it's worth a punt, seems like it'll at least give a wax sealant an easy top up for quick washes.
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