This classic brand can clean as well as protect both the van and car. The polish can be applied to wet or dry vehicles and protects from rain, snow, frost and ultraviolet rays. It can be used on all types of paintwork, fibreglass, mirrors, silver, aluminium, uPCV windows and glass.

When used on the van it is great for removing birdlime, tree sap, road grime and black streaks. If you tip a couple of capfuls into the water when cleaning, it will wash and wax at the same time.

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This classic brand can clean as well as protect both the van and car. The polish can be applied to wet or dry vehicles and protects from rain, snow, frost and ultraviolet rays. It can be used on all types of paintwork, fibreglass, mirrors, silver, aluminium, uPCV windows and glass.

When used on the van it is great for removing birdlime, tree sap, road grime and black streaks. If you tip a couple of capfuls into the water when cleaning, it will wash and wax at the same time.

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