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Hi all,

My P38 Range Rover is in pretty good nick underneath (for a Landrover). The problem is that the original factory coating which is a waxy type of finish is not as good as it was 67,000 miles ago.

How do I retreat it to ensure it lasts well into the future - say the next 20 years or so. I don't like waxoil as the cat gets very nervous every time it's mentioned but I've heard rumours of a new kind of treatment that can be colour co-ordinated and hardens to give a tough glossy finish that mud just drops off from.

This sounds too good to be true - any ideas or sugestions ?


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You're talking about that miracle non-stick coating offered by Before 'n After in their numerous ads.

It looks good but pricey. Best stick with POR15 for the rust followed by you-know-what.

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