Product Name: Bilt-Hamber Auto Balm Price: 14.95GBP from Ben at Rubbish Boy's Carnauba Wax Shop. At this writing, this converts to $21.95USD, not including shipping. Size: 300 ml Amount used during application: Not very much. Dilution ratios: N/A Container appearance: Clear plastic container with a screw-on, metal lid. Directions or Application process: JL (JLs Detailing), Ken (911fanatic), and Ben (Rubbish Boy) have all posted how-tos for how to work with this stuff. It's definitely different than most LSPs. I did it using the method Ken posted recently, which worked nicely. Moisten a foam applicator pad with water - I ran mine under the tap, then rung it out. Then, just rest the applicator on the top of the Auto Balm. This is enough to apply to a roughly 2' by 2' section. Once you've spread it, buff it off quickly. Thin application, and speedy removal, are your allies working with Auto Balm. If you leave it to dry on the car, even a little bit, it becomes *very* difficult to buff off. But if you remove it quickly, it's quite easy. Ease of use: The process is a little different than many people are used to, but it's really pretty easy. It's not dissimilar to zymol Carbon, which also needs to be put on thin and removed while still wet. Smell / Scent: Well, how shall I say this. If nice smelling products are your thing, you're not going to like Auto Balm. It smells pretty bad. Consistency: Soft. About the consistency of room temperature butter. Cleaning Ability: Not applicable Lubricity: Not applicable Suds: Not applicable PH: Unknown Appearance: I was working on a tight schedule when I did the black CRV with this stuff, so I didn't have the chance to take pictures of that. Pictures of my own car follow below. On the CRV, which was black, the customer didn't want to pay for correction, which is fine. The way this stuff fills has to be seen to be believed. Ken's thread (right here) does a great job of showing the filling abilities. It's amazing. On my car? In my opinion, it looks more warm than the couple sealants I've got (Jetseal, AJT). I don't think it looks as deep as my favorite LSP, RBOE, but the flake looks great, it's super shiny, and man is this stuff slick. Something else I've noticed. I just got back from a road trip to Atlanta and back. The front of the S2000 was covered in dead bugs and road grime. I did a maintenance wash today, and the dead bugs practically jumped off the car! Easiest wash ever. Durability: I don't know yet. Ben, JL and Ken say that 5-6 months is about what to expect. Pros: Affordable. Easy to work with once you figure out how best to work with it. Super slick. I've never seen anything that fills like it - perfect for customers who want a budget detail. Cons: Not much, really. It smells bad. If you put it on too thick, or leave it on too long, you'll curse at it for hours. No US distributors at this writing, none that I know of, anyway Overall Comments: For my own car I still think I prefer RBOE. But Auto Balm definitely looks great. Pics below. Rating (out of five): I give it a five. It looks great. It's a great tool to have in your toolbox for budget details - your customers will be blown away! It's apparently very durable. And for value for money, even counting the shipping from the UK, it's pretty tough to beat. Pictures!! Lots of pictures of the driver's front fender, because that's what the sun was hitting when I took the pictures.