Fantastic wash product

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  1. easygirl

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    found this fantastic new product for protecting my motor home
    Puts a coating over the paintwork, the water just beads off and it can be easily refteshed.
    You basically spray it with a fine spray over the whole of the body, uses about 200 ml for my Kontiki
    Then wash off using a power wash, this spreads the product over the body
    I know it's not great to power wash, but no needs to go close with the lance, it just spreads the product
    That's it leaves the body shiny and protected

    http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/gyeon-q2m-wetcoat.html

     
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    looks pretty good, am into detailing myself - think i will have to make a purchase of that (y)
     
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  4. CWH

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    OK - girlie questions.
    1] is "detailing" cleaning to a professional finish?
    2] why (I know, wash my mouth out with soap) oh why is it important that the water on a vehicle should bead & run off? I can understand it on the clothes I wear for all-day hikes, but on a car/ moho? This is a GENUINE question... [​IMG]
     
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    If there is a slick surface over the paint and the water beads off, the dirt dosent stick to the paint, and it is easier to clean
    The black streaks don't stick as much and they are easier to clean
    Detailing is car cleaning to a high standard.
    Washed mine yesterday after applying this and the muck came off a lot easier
    The demon shine works ok, but it's a wax, not a polymer, so no where near as long lasting or effective
    Good short term results though
     
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    Thanks for that @easygirl
    And presumably this stuff is safe for moho materials as well as cars? (I watched some other vidoes from the same firm for other products & not sure they would be!)
     
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    I have some " Fenwicks" have not used it yet, but it works in the same way.
    Phil
     
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    ah... We've used Fenwicks Motorhome Cleaner & Bobby Dazzler
     
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    What happens if you get these products on the windscreen?
     
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    ... or the windows, rubber seal?
    I noticed on one of the videos the rubber seals had been masked off.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up ,but for time being I will stick with Fenwick's motorhome cleaner and Bobby dazzler. Which seem to do the same job.however I will watch this thread and see how it works out after funsters have tried it .
     
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    Been using Bobby Dazzler for years, it really is a fantastic product, it contains surfactants that just make the rinse water roll away BUT you must leather it off after applying it or you will get streaks.
     
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    Autoglym car wash & spray on Bobby Dazzler with garden type spray while still wet (y)Squeegee over glass.
    Use on car, motorhome, house windows... quick, easy, effective as keeps dirt off for longer too :)
     
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    Washed mine with Fairy Liquid and one of these

    [​IMG]came up a treat(y)
     
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    Jif, greenie and a garden broom for me, not a speck in sight. :mm:.
     
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    Be careful, wash up liquid strips the wax off the vehicle and can lead to rust!
     
  17. easygirl

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    safe on rubber and plastics, gives it a nice finish
    No problems with the windscreen
    I really rate it
    Not the same as fenwicks , which I also have used, and is very good
    But the Gyeon is much better

    You use a garden broom on yiur paintwork, really?

    I must admit I'm very particular about cleaning motorhome, so do like it looking smart.
     
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    I did clean the van with a brush and Fairy Liquid.......... the van coachwork is 'dimpled' aluminum and the (24 year-old) instructions say 'do not polish' .............
     
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    If this lasts for the time stated its probably far better than some of the other products mentioned. Its a bit expensive for me to use it for my customers vans but will wait for feedback before using it on my van. Personally I cannot see why anyone would use Bobby Dazzler, Demon shine is far cheaper and gives a better shine.
     
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    I think it might dry my skin out if I did that soap is better for me. powerwashes sting.
     
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