Autoglym LifeShine treatment, follow up care

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    I find that flies (& most other marks) seem to come off quite easily with the Lifeshine treatment. I think it seems better than the Supaguard that was on my F10.
     
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    Quick update on this, very nearly 12 months since the treatment and the car is still in excellent condition paint wise.
    I’ve applied the Aqua Wax twice in this time. Still feels smooth to the touch after a wash and dry.

    Plenty of water resistance still left in the treatment.

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    Had to take a few pics of the beading this morning:

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    Gotta love beading (n)
     
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    Interesting how the dust that has settled on the paint since Sunday has been picked up into the water beads. Shows that the paint surface is indeed protected.
     

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