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What do you use on the gel coat for a good long lasting shine and to protect from the elements?

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If you want something you can pick up at Halfords, you cant go wrong with Autoglym.  I would use their Super Resin Polish as it isn't very abrasive and so is a good balance between a proper polish and a pre-wax cleaner. I'd then follow that with either extra gloss protection or HD wax.

Beyond that, I really like the Dodo Juice range, https://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/dodo-juice Lime Prime is described as a pre-wax cleaner but really is a similar polish to Autoglyms SRP, which is why they also make Lime Prime Lite, which really is a pre wax cleaner.  They offer a range of colour specific hard and soft waxs, although all will work on any colour, they offer some benefits for their targeted colour.  Personally I prefer working with the hard wax and so would recommend banana armour for your car.

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Someone in the Club recommended 'Showroom Shine' from Greased Lightning (https://www.greasedlightning.co.uk/)

It is superb, cleans and polishes in one go.   The bottle lasts for years.

 

 

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think that might of been me Alan i love showroom shine 😍😍😍

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23 hours ago, MarkBzero said:

What do you use on the gel coat for a good long lasting shine and to protect from the elements?

Coronovirus 

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10 minutes ago, Andi said:

Coronovirus 

Quite possibly the post of the year. 

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I’ve also got a love for autoglym super resin polish followed by their HD or newly released UHD wax. Always get comments on how shiny my cars are 👍🏻

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