In the Box…

Fast Car - - Tested -

First things first, and at the risk of sound­ing like one of those ‘Youtu­ber’ peo­ple, the pack­ag­ing is spot-on. Be­fore you even start, this prod­uct feels spe­cial, and that’s im­por­tant when you’re spend­ing your own cash. Open the box and you get… that’s right, four more boxes! Ev­ery­one bangs on about paint pro­tec­tion of course, but here you also get a sep­a­rate kit for glass, wheels and in­te­ri­ors. It’s like a Rus­sian doll for car nuts! Again, it’s nice that they haven’t skimped on the pack­ag­ing here ei­ther, it would have been so easy just to lob ev­ery­thing in the box and let you work it out your­self. What’s also great is that each kit con­tains ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing you need, along with a com­pre­hen­sive in­struc­tion book­let to make life even eas­ier. Im­por­tantly, these are all avail­able sep­a­rately too.

When you get to the busi­ness end, us­ing the stuff, it’s clear that they’ve taken a dif­fer­ent ap­proach to many by giv­ing the home mar­ket the bulk of the con­sid­er­a­tion. If you take the paint­work kit as an ex­am­ple, in­stead of a small bot­tle of prod­uct (where you have to mess about mea­sur­ing out the right amount of drops onto an ap­pli­ca­tor), the coat­ing comes in the form of ce­ramic resin wipes, each con­tain­ing the right amount of prod­uct for a panel or so. If you can clean your hands af­ter eat­ing a Bar­gain Bucket us­ing a KFC wipe, you know you’ll be able to use these.

The same sort of wipes are in the glass kit, and both the wheel and in­te­rior coat­ings come in an easy-to-use spray bot­tle. Each kit also con­tains prep-wipes (or sprays) and all the ap­pli­ca­tors you’ll need. They re­ally are about as com­pre­hen­sive as it gets.

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