Waxoyl discount, are you interested?

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  1. TheDeckKing

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    Please note I am not selling anything I just want to test the water:
    I work in a trade paint shop and can get Hammerite waxoyl at discount prices. It would be possible to set up a national cash account so forum members could also get these prices but there would have to be enough interest for me to justify doing it.
    Prices would be approx:
    £18 per 5l (min order 2)
    £70 per 20l
    Starter kits for £28. 2.5l with sprayer and probe.
    The account would also give members discount off all other products in the store.
    Would anyone be interested?
     
  2. TheDeckKing

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    I'm guessing no one is interested then :getmecoat:
     
  3. Snowbird

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    Ahhh, your going about it completely the wrong way. Tell em you read it in the
    :dm: and you would have had 250 replies :imoutahere:.
     
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  4. Zains Pops

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    May I be the first to tentatively put my hand up as an interested party
     
  5. Forester

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    I would be interested but as usual seems like I am in the minority LOL
     
  6. TheBig1

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    i would certainly be very interested
     
  7. ourcampersbeentrashed

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    what is it and what is it used for please
     
  8. TheDeckKing

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    Info here
    You spray it on the underside of your vehicle and it keeps the rust at bay.

    I'd need to see around £300 sales in the 1st 3 months to justify the account set up. Stores don't stock the product but could get it in within a few days. Payment up front but this is a big name paint company I work for so no risk involved.
     
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    Ok by me
     
  10. PAGR

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    I'd be interested too.
     
  11. JaG

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    I have used it since the 1970's when it first came out. Best put on when warmed up. It converts rust back to a form of metal and stops any further corrosion. It lasts for years and just needs a yearly spray over parts that have been exposed. Box sections are drilled and sprayed inside, if you want to of course(you get plugs to put in the holes).
    I have not used it for around 5 years now as my vehicles are new and already done but would highly recommend it.
     
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  12. jonandshell

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    Did ours past year!
     
  13. cudleydudley

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    how much "stuff" is required [underseal- sprayer -probe- clean up "stuff"for sprayer if required etc] for a autotrail motorhome tribute 625,
    inc, doing in the boxsections [plus, info where to drill and what size holes]
    are there any instructions ,whats "best" black or clear, do's it need to be power washed etc etc.
    last are there deliver charges, sorry for all the ???s but would like to "do" the van but want to know the cost.
    george
     
  14. TheDeckKing

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    Hi cudley.
    As I don't yet have a MoHo (yet!!)I can't answer all your questions but will try. Search waxoyl on YouTube for lots of useful information. I think 20l would be plenty for most vans.
    You'll need to clean first and allow to dry. Not sure about where you'd drill holes. Maybe ask at your garage at the next service. Black looks nicer but clear let's you see any problems forming.
    No delivery charge, you'd need to collect the waxoyl from your local store. I don't want to mention the chain until I've heard back from Jim. It's a decorator centre though and there's nearly 200 shops in the UK so I'm sure you'll be able to find one near you. You can phone you're order through to a store, pay by card and then go pick up when it's in stock, must be the card holder collecting.
    Hope this helps.

    I'll try and get the ball rolling next week once I've heard from Jim and spoken with my regional manager.
     
  15. Moodybrook

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    I could be in for some. :)

    Is it ok to do the wooden bits ?
     
  16. Ralph-n-Bev

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    We've put it under our present Moho.
    Ralph wants to do the new one before it's been converted to use. He bought the last lot from stax. He paid over £20 for a 5 ltr can. The new lwb boxer doesn't come till November. So once you know the price etc , we could be interested too, if we can get it locally.
     
  17. jhorsf

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    5 litres is about £30 at the moment in Halfords
     
  18. Andy

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    Maybe's interested, please keep the details coming.
     
  19. RS_rob

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    Yup interested but pric & length plus type of chassis covered per metre etc etc
    if its just a wax seal for ex-amount of pounds well then I could do that myself having worked in the bodyshop ind! you know the score (y)
     
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