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So here's the contents of this month's Waxybox. No Swissvax wax sample though. It's their fabric cleaner which is pretty much useless in my car so will be tested on Jen's Noddy 500. In fact that's where most of the products will be used this time around. No idea what the wax is that they've provided this month so may give then a shout on FB for a little more info on it. The air freshener is not pleasant though :thumbdown: but I'm not really a lover of a banana aroma!!

 

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Missed the post today.
Just received a note that they tried to deliver a parcel.
 

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Thanks for posting Mr Rizz :thumbup:

The WaxTec Fall Off is supposed to be good stuff.

The Waxybox surprise - cross between spray wax and a sealant sounds interesting.
 
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Finally collected this months waxybox. Its been sat in the post depot for 3 days.
The downside of working nights. Very impressed with the selection of products again and well done to everyone @waxybox.:grin:
 
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You think you have it bad Ian!

I still haven't got mine having had to be rushed to hospital on Weds morning for an emergency appendicectomy, partner took me and still hasn't collected it from the depot. No rush though as I can't use the contents for a good couple of weeks while I recover haha!! Least it gets me off my night shifts for a while though ;-)
 

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October's Waxybox will be posted out this week. It's usually the last day of the month, so Thursday. Just in time forthe weekend, if you paid for first class postage :thumbup:
 
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A true trick and treat for Halloween...hopefully there will be no tricks though (there usually aren't).
 
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Can we still use the forum members code for the November waxybox. I believe you can place orders as from Friday for this.
 

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Received my box this morning. Unfortunately I'm at work so the suspense of finding out what's in it will keep me going. I also have to avoid all related posts to waxybox on social networking sites ;)
 

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An interesting box this month, with a rather good trick or treat angle ;)

Love the smell of my shampoo too :thumbup:
 

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For those of you interested, November's Waxybox can be ordered from today. I would advise that you do it sooner rather than later as they sell out within the first week now. Anyone wanting one who isn't aware of the forum discount code, drop me a PM to receive your box for £11 rather than £15 :)
 
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Ordered my one just now. But as I now have a backlog of products waiting to be used it may be the last for a while. That coupled with the fact that my Zing is getting pampered properly in January while I am on holiday I may not need so many products even as sample size, though I could always use them on my partners 207!

Out of interest has anyone had any experience with Modesta BC03 or BC05? I have decided to stump up the extra £xxx to get that done too, mainly regarding future care/washing etc. I'm sure the guy who I am taking it to will tell me but any info in advance would be great :)
 

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At £500 a bottle for BC06 I don't think many people will tried it. It's also requires very specialist application conditions I understand so is for professional use only.

You can report back to us and give us your thoughts when you have had it done :)
 
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I'm getting either the BC03 or BC05 (my choice) done with the detailing and alloy refurb done. The Modesta of my choice is an extra £150 on top of the "Enhancement Detail" I am getting done. Trust me, there is absolutely NO chance I could apply this stuff, the guy who I am going to comes highly recommended, he does all the work on all the cars he takes in too. You'll be banning me once I have put all the pics up after the detail ;-)
 

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Sorry I quoted the wrong product in BC06. Still at £150 it is the high end of pricing as these coatings go but who am I to say anything with what I spend on waxes, which don't have the durability of these coatings :)

I'm still interested to see the results and please the more the photos the better :grin:
 
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RCZ1 said:
Sorry I quoted the wrong product in BC06. Still at £150 it is the high end of pricing as these coatings go but who am I to say anything with what I spend on waxes, which don't have the durability of these coatings :)

I'm still interested to see the results and please the more the photos the better :grin:
Safe to say I won't be doing too many "before" photos haha!! I imagine my first pics will be on twitter so you can keep an eye out on there Kerry :-D Definitely an expensive jobby including the alloy refurb, oh the things we do for our cars! Though i know I will no doubt bosh a kerb within the first week of getting them done.. :-/
 
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newton41986 said:
RCZ1 said:
Sorry I quoted the wrong product in BC06. Still at £150 it is the high end of pricing as these coatings go but who am I to say anything with what I spend on waxes, which don't have the durability of these coatings :)

I'm still interested to see the results and please the more the photos the better :grin:
Safe to say I won't be doing too many "before" photos haha!! I imagine my first pics will be on twitter so you can keep an eye out on there Kerry :-D Definitely an expensive jobby including the alloy refurb, oh the things we do for our cars! Though i know I will no doubt bosh a kerb within the first week of getting them done.. :-/
Aaah...but worth it to fall in love all over again.
 
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