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    Another vote for act 50, excellent stuff.

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    A bit of a random post perhaps but ACF 50 related nonetheless?

    I have a black granite sink and draining board in my kitchen. Over time the black granite greys within the sink. WD40 is recommended elsewhere as a product to bring the colour and lustre back to stone sinks and drainers of all descript but it only brings it back up for a few days.

    I did mine with ACF 50 and whilst immediate results seemed disappointing in comparison to WD40 leaving the ACF 50 on overnight the results were outstanding. 3 weeks later the lustre is still there and hot water still beads on the finish.

    Did you ever buy yourself a can Dod?
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    Acf-50 frequency

    Quote Originally Posted by K9F View Post
    A bit of a random post perhaps but ACF 50 related nonetheless?

    I have a black granite sink and draining board in my kitchen. Over time the black granite greys within the sink. WD40 is recommended elsewhere as a product to bring the colour and lustre back to stone sinks and drainers of all descript but it only brings it back up for a few days.

    I did mine with ACF 50 and whilst immediate results seemed disappointing in comparison to WD40 leaving the ACF 50 on overnight the results were outstanding. 3 weeks later the lustre is still there and hot water still beads on the finish.

    Did you ever buy yourself a can Dod?
    I have about 2 litres of Acf lol

    For granite use granite cleaner from a company called method and you can get a magic non toxic sponge to clean your sink..if that fails use isopropyl..I have a litre of that for when I cleaned the chrome prior to plasti dipping it on the bike


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    Does acf 50 wash off with dedicated car / bike shampoos?

    Not a problem just means re-applying after washing.

    Do the winter riders not wash their bikes but prefer the acf-50 protection until the warmer weather returns before making their bikes sparkle again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy from Sandy View Post
    Does acf 50 wash off with dedicated car / bike shampoos?

    Not a problem just means re-applying after washing.

    Do the winter riders not wash their bikes but prefer the acf-50 protection until the warmer weather returns before making their bikes sparkle again?
    It doesnt wash off with my bike wash ( muc off ) as when i rinse the bike i still see the water bubbles...

    In winter if i use the bike i always give the bike a wash then dry and then coat in acf as we have already have had our roads gritted up here and i prefer to take no chances...i know costwise using the acf it will add up but hey...no rust on the bike..no rust on the garden furniture either lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dod View Post
    It doesnt wash off with my bike wash ( muc off ) as when i rinse the bike i still see the water bubbles...

    In winter if i use the bike i always give the bike a wash then dry and then coat in acf as we have already have had our roads gritted up here and i prefer to take no chances...i know costwise using the acf it will add up but hey...no rust on the bike..no rust on the garden furniture either lol

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    It should form a coating over the bike for about 12-18myths if applied properly and a wax layer applied over it.
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