Evening all. As part of the deal on the E92 I had this treatment done: https://www.autoglym.com/lifeshine I've never been a convert to this sort of treatment, the wife had something similar on her 6 month old Audi A1 four years ago and it was shocking. They clearly hadn't decontaminated the car before applying, rendering it it all but useless. I've ended up claying the car, decontaminating and then building up a decent layer of wax/polish, looks good now. However, as this was all but free (think it cost me £100 in the end) I decided to go with it. To be fair the car was in pretty spectacular condition paint wise when I picked it up. Felt very smooth indeed, that post-clay feel. I've followed the instructions since picking the car up 6 months ago, using the AG Conditioner and the occasional Aqua Wax (odd spraying onto a wet car). So far the paintwork is bearing up very well, beads after each wash, has a level lustre to the metallic flecks. I'm concerned that using other products may impact the treatment, any thoughts? There is a guarantee, suppose only as good as trying to make a claim on it. I've scuffed ( ) a small section of the NS rear bumper on a parking bollard and need to get this repaired and sprayed. Not going to a smart repairer as have been warned off these, so a body shop has quoted me. Assume I would have to go back and have this panel re-treated to maintain the guarantee. Will be giving the car a wash/treatment on Friday afternoon in preparation for our annual Easter Cornish trip, the first year I won't be claying, polishing, sealing etc.....will be odd! Have some Poor Boys wheel sealer, so am half tempted to do one with this to see if it is easier to clean following, needs a few layers building up though. Does smell lovely and new inside! Pretty good for a car that has 70K and is nearly 7 years old.