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They have some good stuff there. But what's the difference between the Aqua Coat and Glisten. Reading the blurb, like a lot of all this car detailing stuff available, a lot of it seems similar and morphs into one another... :huh:

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5 hours ago, Loadmaster said:

They have some good stuff there. But what's the difference between the Aqua Coat and Glisten. Reading the blurb, like a lot of all this car detailing stuff available, a lot of it seems similar and morphs into one another... :huh:

 

Aqua Coat you spray on at the rinsing stage and is a hydrophobic coating. Glisten is a spray wax, rather than a hard wax. You would apply aqua coat over the final coat of wax for the best finish. 

 

 

 

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On 20/11/2018 at 12:32, GoNz0 said:

Shame the foam lance isn't on offer :(

 

It kind of is, with the rest of the other stuff :p IIRC that deal is £50 something and usually the lance on its own is £40.

 

Slims detailing are having a sale also, with their 15% discount code their version is £30

 

https://www.slimsdetailing.co.uk/cleaning/snow-foam-lances/slims-snow-foam-lance-with-free-connector.html

 

Or even cheaper is the DoDo Juice option:

 

https://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk/collections/washing-drying/products/dodo-juice-snow-foam-lance-karcher-k-series

 

Yes, i have a bit of a car cleaning obsession and know of too many shops 

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On 21/11/2018 at 21:15, dj1233 said:

 

Aqua Coat you spray on at the rinsing stage and is a hydrophobic coating. Glisten is a spray wax, rather than a hard wax. You would apply aqua coat over the final coat of wax for the best finish. 

 

OK cheers - so apply the Glisten spray wax over the freshly cleaned (and dried) car, then the Aqua Coat straight away as well? 

 

 

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11 hours ago, dj1233 said:

You can do yeah, depends on what works best for you & how often you clean the car. 

Usually weekly. Just looking to do that sort of treatment every five or six washes.

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