Gtechniq C1 and EXO problems

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martin5789
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Re: Gtechniq C1 and EXO problems

Post by martin5789 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:02 pm

I have CSL and EXO v3 on mine. We have a water softener but no filters. I towel dry my cars. No spotting problems at all.
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Re: Gtechniq C1 and EXO problems

Post by VanB » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:34 pm

Kasfranks99 wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:23 pm
VanB wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:07 pm
Thanks Kasfranks, what little I have been able to glean has been very positive so am a bit torn currently as to whether to go with that locally or a G-Techniq detailer further away.
It’s a difficult one. For me it’s not just the product but the actual detailer that is applying it which will make the big difference. Thier experience is what counts.

As a matter of interest who is your Gtechniq dealer?
There doesn’t seem to be a local approved one so would probably follow the recommendations I’ve had on here if I go down that route
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Re: Gtechniq C1 and EXO problems

Post by adrianp66 » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:39 am

I had terrible water spotting so much so that I had a refund.

I think Gtechniq is a bad product unless you have a garage. It rains in the UK though so be warned.

I can spot a spotty Macan now, they are a few years old.

If you have the car detailed and layers replaced every year you might get away with it but for a black the safe route is wax.

Really valuable cars are either waxed or PPFed all over and a ceramic coating applied and or wax.

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Re: Gtechniq C1 and EXO problems

Post by adrianp66 » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:42 am

The other issue is Gteqnic bonds to the paintwork so we when you have a bad problem it has to be ground off.

The big give away is that Gteqnic sell water spot removal product.

Why pay 1000 pound to have water spots, its bonkers.




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