Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by mescotc, Dec 1, 2010.
^^^ DO u have a b4 and after pic ???
Well, I used Formula 1 Carnauba wax earlier & Turtle hardshell wax afterwards. The foam used always is the one which comes with Formula 1 pack.
You got superb results with Collinite 915 marque d'elegance. Your car is shining like mirror : .
finally got someone who used both the products. Plz tell me which is better between turtle nd f1,also can anyone tell me the difference between hardshell nd carnauba wax. :anyone
My Vote Turtel Wax-- Beware most of them sell Polish cum Wax, dont fall for it and insist on a Wax..if possible visit Reliance Autozone you will find all you want there
One bad outcome of turtle wax (hard shell) is that when it gets into corners and edges and dries up, it shows up as white deposits. Also it doesnt last very long. But for given price its worthwhile
i have been using formula1 wax from last seven years on my bullet...finds this polish awesome...too good..but requires more of muscle power(rub & rub)....now a days i have switched to 3M Liquid polish for my bullet and for my punto as well..believe you me its really terrific.... :dance
easy to apply and handy on rubbing....liked it.... :up
Black should always be shining ::O ::O ::O
should like this extreme... :dance :dance :dance :dance
For black cars, i think this one works as magic http://www.turtlewaxblackbox.com/
I have ordered it, yet to try my hands, but reviews and youtube videos are impressive
Tried Com-paint on rear running board under the rear left door. Initial impression is it leaves drops drops like impression rather than smooth (may be I used Com-merge lesser). Also the drops get sprayed onto surrounding areas. Shall try next Sunday again with paper masking.
details are here --> Fiat Linea 1.4 FIRE Emotion Pack
Turtle is any days better than Formula 1. It's very hard, almost impossible to get GENUINE Formula 1 wax.
Reviews of both the products are in the above link. (you'll have to surf thro' quite a few pages to locate them but I assure you you won't get disappointed with those detailed reviews :mrgreen: )
And check this thread also, if not already done -->> DIY - CAR CARE
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