Ian986 said:So would you recommend life shine over standard auto glym waxes?
Davec86 said:Is that lifeshines business the same as having it treated to supaguard?
silentbazz said:Are the eBay lifeshines legit?I read a warning that they were often just the used kits, with the bottles refilled (not always with Autoglym products).. I have been toying with the idea of getting a kit (as Lifeshine can be applied within the first three years of a car's lifetime), but to be honest the thought of being scammed on eBay has kinda put me off..
Although saying that, a local car parts place will order them from Autoglym for you, so might try that option..
The markup that the dealers put on Lifeshine is quite frankly flabbergasting (yes I know it comes with a guarantee, but my dealership wanted something like £250 for it!)
Yup I have a tin of that along with 915 and 845. Last for ages but you must apply thin, too much and your arms will be like Popeyes!bazves said:You don't even need to spend that much....for pure durability Collinite 476 is hard to beat