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paulwills

Gunner give this a try was just looking at it on eBay , can u recommend this mark


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mark m

it is not going to be everybody cup of tea but if you are going to try a additive then this one is a good one to start as it is the cheapest of them all and imo it works the same as the others 

here is there webpage https://added-sparkle.com/

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Sbr1t

Do you think it’s worth adding to my water I make it in the garage every day reads around 3-4 on the TDS reader then goes into the van

From the van tank through the pump and into resin Then reads 0 but thinking as a polisher or be on the safe side because I have still seen spots on some houses


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12 minutes ago, Sbr1t said:

Do you think it’s worth adding to my water I make it in the garage every day reads around 3-4 on the TDS reader then goes into the van

From the van tank through the pump and into resin Then reads 0 but thinking as a polisher or be on the safe side because I have still seen spots on some houses


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The spots are either from the rubbers, vents or you're not rinsing enough. Adding this won't remedy spotting. 

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Sbr1t

I did think spots from no rinsing enough but I have then done them and rinised plenty and still had spots


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mark m

I agree I don't think any of the additive that are for sale will make any difference you need to rinse more the additive give you a better glide and apparently a shiner window 

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2 minutes ago, Sbr1t said:

I did think spots from no rinsing enough but I have then done them and rinised plenty and still had spots


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If they're are old rubbers and only just changed over from trad then you can still get soapy suds leeching out for quite a few washes. 

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