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Just added wax to the fn2 it sits pretty low,I ha e a feeling its been lowered?
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Looks nice, what wax?
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Nice finish mate very shiny!

What wax did you use ?
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Cheers! Used autoglym wet wax.. Smells like bubble gum and very easy to apply, when it rains the water beads quite nice, worth checking out if you want something under 10. I am after something to get rid of that black tar glue that's a tough nutt to get off, any ideas?

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Cheers! Used autoglym wet wax.. Smells like bubble gum and very easy to apply, when it rains the water beads quite nice, worth checking out if you want something under 10. I am after something to get rid of that black tar glue that's a tough nutt to get off, any ideas?

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Black tar glue, wheres that?
Autosmart tardis will remove it anyway
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Wait till mr rain cloud spots it. Bye bye shiny shiny. But it's good to know paint has some protection from Mother Nature.


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Black tar glue, wheres that?
Autosmart tardis will remove it anyway
Its small black specks by wheel arch,thanks I'll find some of that stuff
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Wait till mr rain cloud spots it. Bye bye shiny shiny. But it's good to know paint has some protection from Mother Nature.


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Wax beads, not too bad after rain but still don't like water marks!
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