P&S Bead Maker

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    Hi,

    Any one used this? can you use on a car with autoglym lifeshine?

    Kev
     
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    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

     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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)
     
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    Let us know how it goes @snrbrtsn, will await a full review :)

    Kev
     

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