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owen_9n3
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Post by owen_9n3 »

I was recommended to buy some diamond brite products by some colleagues, to apply to the rear window (wiper deleted), wing mirrors etc.. But I'm quite cautious, to apply to the paint do you need the shampoo and conserver?

Wash with shampoo once every 6 months, then rinse with conserver every 1 month

Is this correct? If so, how do I wash the car between these washes? I like to give it a wash every 2weeks or so..
Also, for the windows/mirrors, will I just need the glass cleaner and the "rain screen" products?

Any reply would be appreciated
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Post by Kimo73 »

Please don't use diamond Brite

It'll be the worst thing you ever do

Load up on real and trusted products
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Post by alexperkins »

G-techniq stuff is far better :)
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alexperkins wrote:G-techniq stuff is far better :)

A lot better out there at a better price but yeah Gtech is better than s**t
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Post by owen_9n3 »

I took the risk and bought Diamond Brite rain repellant for the windscreen, despite all the opinions against it. I applied it once, and very light coat about 1 month ago.. I have not topped it up, and to this day, I still do not need my wipers.
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Eurgh

Can get real sealants for £10 which will last a year easy -.-
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