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Ok @LeeJV which should I put on my fathers day list this year? A DA or a DI vessel, gut feeling is DI vessel because I will use it every week. But DA will clear the swirls !
 

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I'd check how hard your water is before getting a DI vessel. I was toying with getting one but if your water is very hard they only last a few washes.
 

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Ok @LeeJV which should I put on my fathers day list this year? A DA or a DI vessel, gut feeling is DI vessel because I will use it every week. But DA will clear the swirls !
I use a 14ltr RaceGlaz vessel, my PPM is 320ppm, via the vessel its 0PPM, also used via the jetwash and still 0PPM, had it around a year now used evey weekend for the wash and rinse process.

Using a Di vessel also helps against the brake discs rusting/oxidation when they dry,

As for a DA, again a great ****nal to have, but you'll get more bang for buck with the Vessel.
 
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I use a 14ltr RaceGlaz vessel, my PPM is 320ppm, via the vessel its 0PPM, also used via the jetwash and still 0PPM, had it around a year now used evey weekend for the wash and rinse process.

Using a Di vessel also helps against the brake discs rusting/oxidation when they dry,

As for a DA, again a great ****nal to have, but you'll get more bang for buck with the Vessel.
Cheers Lee, always value your opinon 👍
 

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