11 quid?! just googled it...2.55 at asda.
The old Johnsons Klear isn't available in shops any more but there is new improved version which is called 'Pledge Multi Surface Wax'
comes in a similar white bottle and smells of lemons, this is no good for bike frames.
If asda has got the old version of Klear i'm going to buy several dozen bottles of the stuff
Just looked at asda and its out of stock ! The reason being they don't make it anymore.http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/#/asda-c ... 500ml.html
Some shops have a stock of the 'old stuff' but it has to be in the CLEAR bottles NOT the WHITE bottles.
Silly question, how do you get it on with the sponge? Do you just get the sponge damp with it and then dab it on or wipe it on?? When applying is it fairly obvious when an area has enough on? I do have an old frame in the corner of the shed i could practice on. This could be a better option for me as i don't really want to have to use a spray if I can help it.
Always use a dry sponge with Klear as it doesn't like water too much.
When using a sponge all i do is hold the sponge over the hole of the bottle and tip the bottle then wipe any excess back in the bottle.
Its just a matter of wiping down the frame smoothly and if any bubbles can be seen just 'blow' at the bubbles and they pop !
Klear is mint for restoring really bad faded paint-work as it soaks into the paint and if the paint has a clear lacquer layer it will hide lacquer scratch's straight away.
I hate RED DWARF