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Autoglym Aquawax versus HD Wax

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Hiya,

Started experimenting wuth some of the new AG products on my Diamond Black Mark V.

Earlier in the year I started using Aquawax and was very impressed with the results and the comments from friends and neighbours.

Started looking at the High Def Wax and whether I should indulge. Last weekend I washed the car with AG Shampoo, polished with Ultra Deep Shine and finished off with HD Wax.

The hardest bit to do is the polishing, bloody hard work, applying the HD wax with the applicator is not easy either. Polishing off is childs play with the red cloth shipped.

The result is jaw dropping, much better than Aquawax and the beading is incredible. Took it to friends that afternoon and had a nice crowd of admirers.

Washed the car again this weekend and just used Aquawax to finish off. The finish is just not as good as the HD Wax and more difficult to remove. I am now considering using my current supply up and not bothering again. The HD Wax is just so much better and £35 quid i reckon should last the lifetime of the car.

Any other owners had the same experience or comments?

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Where are the pics ???!!! We need pics :grin:

You might get a better response in the cleaning section.

I have tried Aqua Wax once - didn't use i again as I found it difficult to remove. Perhaps I applied too thick.

I've heard some good reports on the Autoglym HD wax. I almost bought some a couple of months ago but went for a different wax in the end.

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Where are the pics ???!!! We need pics :grin:

You might get a better response in the cleaning section.

I have tried Aqua Wax once - didn't use i again as I found it difficult to remove. Perhaps I applied too thick.

I've heard some good reports on the Autoglym HD wax. I almost bought some a couple of months ago but went for a different wax in the end.

currently HD wax is on 2 for 1 at Halfords so if you know someone else who wants pop in buy 2 split the cost and £20 for an excellent wax

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Aquawax needs to be applied whilst the car is wet and is then very easy to remove. If the car is too dry then it is difficult to remove. It provides a very good finish in a very quick time but does not produce the same level of shine or beading as a good wax. I agree about the polishing with AG Ultra Deep Shine being hard work.

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