Discussion in 'Detailing and Car Care' started by Kev2005, Apr 27, 2019.
Any one used this? can you use on a car with autoglym lifeshine?
not a product that i have used but there seems to be lots of people saying it is a good product, if you want a good unbiased review watch that video from John on the forensic detailing channel
From the review it sounds like a decent product, certainly the application process. Not sure the name is overly valid if it doesn’t retain a beading effect as suggested.
I’ve always found AG Gloss Protector a good product to finish off a full clean/polish.
As I’ve got the same AG LifeShine product I’d be interested to see if this adds to the durability or not. Can’t see it would do any harm used as a sealant.
I was watching a video from the rag master n the us and they seem to be pushing bead maker as a go to product but they do say expect one to three months depending on where the car Is kept so It Is not a long lasting product
as your car has Autoglym Lifeshine applied I personally would just stick with the Autoglym products for aftercare wash the car with autoglym Shampoo Conditioner and then use Aqua Wax as recommended on a wet car as a drying aid
beadmaker would bond to Lifeshine but as i said before you may be better topping with the Autoglym products
An interesting product
One area I’m looking to change as all my products are tuned to dark colours, having two white cars I’m left in a conundrum.
Power maxed detailing spray was always my go to product that offered similar traits to bead maker
Yet I strongly advocate Autosmart Topaz, primarily for its non staining or whitening but also for to easy of application so much so that I used to use it as a drying aid / detailing spray replacement! (All in a great allround product)
Following forensic detailing review it does suggest PS Bead maker is promising product, allbeit I’m thinking the drawback may be the products pricing (£13/473ml in comparison to the two products above)
I’m all for trying something new and running out the above products, so I’ll purchase!
My Mercs bodywork is in fantastic condition, a very minor detox of Gyeon iron and de tar then I’ll be trying Poorboys Whyte Diamond glaze and a topping off with bead maker...
Should see me through to the summer coating!
Noting I don’t see any need to cut or refine paint just yet! (Yippee! No pads or DA pains)
Let us know how it goes @snrbrtsn, will await a full review