Let's get this whole Collinite thing worked out...

Discussion in 'Car Detailing Product Discussion' started by Reflect, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. Reflect

    Reflect DB Forum Supporter

    Alright well I've heard directly from the Manufacturer than Collinite 925 IS 845, but what about 885 and 476? I've heard they are the same but 885 just comes in a bigger tin. Any thoughts on this? Any other striking resemblances/identities?
  2. corrswitch

    corrswitch Jedi Nuba

    885 is the same as 476s. 885 is just a bigger tin. So a bit more cost effective :)

    I got that response from Mike from Collinite's support team.

    Hope this clears things out for you.

    The only other benefit is that I get to confuse my friends saying that I use boat wax on my car :p
  3. wagonproject

    wagonproject Jedi Nuba

  4. edwinbong

    edwinbong DB Forum Supporter


    885>476 bigger size better value
  5. Buddy

    Buddy Getting to know Detailing

    Hmmm, Very interesting. I have one of each and I thought they were different...Both brand new too...What to do ...What to do...:shrug:
  6. edwinbong

    edwinbong DB Forum Supporter

    keep both and take up space in your collection :giggle: :D
  7. slanguage

    slanguage OD On Detailing

    I have only used 845 myself, so I have no idea about any of their other stuff.
  8. madmax

    madmax Virgin Detailer

    i have all the above mentioned, and to me they look different.
    This is what I have noted:
    845 is the liquid versione of 915,but gives less depth and shine so i assume contain less carnauba and more solvents.......
    476 could be 885 but is more harder so less solvent
    885 look like 915 but is not the same shine, have the same consistency but less shine.....
  9. Al-53

    Al-53 Welcome to Detailing

  10. Misha

    Misha Nuba Guru

    i like how 845 is. applies clear and doesnt leave that white stuff, only used it on wheels so far. but would like other of their products.
    maybe Phil will start carrying them?

    oh wow. thereis col retailer near me. might stop by to see what they got
  11. supercharged

    supercharged DB Forum Supporter

    Collinite does makes good waxes. Those of you that looking for a durable wax, Collinite is a way to go!
  12. MrPolished&Waxed

    MrPolished&Waxed Obsessive Detailer

    any one know of a how to apply 476s post? I think it needs to be extremely thin but a "how to'' would be nice.

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