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AutoGlanz We're a fairly young but fast growing car care company based in Mid Wales UK. With almost two decades of hands on experience in the car care and refinishing industry we have a wealth of knowledge to share with our customers. All Autoglanz employees are petrol heads at heart and strive to achieve perfection as a way of life. The factory and office building are the heart of Autoglanz, from manufacturing, development and research of the products right through to warehousing and administration we manage each step of the process by hand. Autoglanz was established originally in 2013 with an aim to develop some of the best cleaning and detailing chemicals available on the market without the hefty 'scene tax' and released to the public in mid 2015. We like to do things a little different here rather than going with the grain, the market is quite saturated when it comes to different brands but we like to think we can offer something unique, with our slightly 'out there' approach to the industry. With experience in other bespoke automotive sectors, it's fair to say there is a lot more to come from the AG family than world class detailing products and waxes, watch this space!

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Old 14-05-2021, 11:42 AM   #11
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I got it in last years box and haven't gone anywhere near it yet!


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I'm going to put it on my exhaust, brake calipers etc. Personally don't want one on the bodywork.

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Old 14-05-2021, 05:00 PM   #12
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I'm going to put it on my exhaust, brake calipers etc. Personally don't want one on the bodywork.

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How come? Isn't it designed for paintwork
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How come? Isn't it designed for paintwork
Coming with a monthly subscription, would not have ordered it otherwise. Have enough waxes/LSPs to keep me occupied for years so no need for the ceramic.

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Old 14-05-2021, 07:02 PM   #14
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I'm going to put it on my exhaust, brake calipers etc. Personally don't want one on the bodywork.

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Be interested to know if this is the same as their P4 - I know the P1 is bodywork and P4 is trim, but I know one of the other manufacturers does a few different ones, that are actually the same product
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Be interested to hear more about this. I got it in a one-off box this month. I don't have the tools to machine polish my car although I did hand polish it not that long ago and it's white so quite forgiving.

Also, I never seem to be able to get all the old products off so don't know how well it will bond.

Just a bit worried about using this even though it says it's for the driveway detailer rather than the pro's.
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Old 19-05-2021, 01:11 PM   #16
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Be interested to hear more about this. I got it in a one-off box this month. I don't have the tools to machine polish my car although I did hand polish it not that long ago and it's white so quite forgiving.

Also, I never seem to be able to get all the old products off so don't know how well it will bond.

Just a bit worried about using this even though it says it's for the driveway detailer rather than the pro's.
i would say get a real polish not a hand polish(they tent to be AIO or at least have a glaze) a light hand polish with an ipa wipe down will give you a clean surface to go at it
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