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Alchimy7

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Alchimy7 is a French manufacturer of detailing products, their main focus lies on synthetic products. The complete range includes products for almost every step in the detailing process.

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Alchimy7 history

As a demanding car enthusiast Arnaud was looking for products that would meet his high standards. The search led him to product from United States, England, Germany and many others. The lack of proper products in the French market led to the development of Alchimy7.
To obtain the best results, the use of accessories and microfibers is paramount. The market for high-quality microfiber was virtually non-existent on the French market. A long search eventually led to the creation of Alchimy7 microfibers. In time products where added to the range one by one. The current range consists of many products for many different tasks.

Alchimy7 products

Products made by Alchimy7 are developed with 3 objectives:

  • Performance
    Every product has to meet specific specifications, these are aimed at optimal results, keeping the vehicle in perfect conditio and efficiency incorporating the latest technology.
  • Quality
    Extra attention is put into the container and the content. The bottles and sprayheads have to have a solid shape, ergonomic and adjustable. Microfibers use the finest fibers on the market, optimized for a high level of quality.
  • Advice
    Ready to meet all expectations and demands and to share experience in renovation. Happy to offer their expertise.

The products are recognisable on their black labels with the iconic triangle logo. Most of the bottles and jars are also in black.
Alchemy7 uses a special numbering system to indicate the use of their products. The number on the product corresponds with the step in the detailing process. In some cases a product cleans and also protects (like a QD or a pre-wax cleaner). This means it can have multiple numbers, seeing as it falls in multiple categories.

  1. Pre-wash
  2. Washing
  3. Decontamination
  4. Polishing
  5. Jeweling
  6. Protection
  7. Finishing & Maintenance

For example. a QD would be a 5, a 6 and possibly a 7. If the QD can be used as a clay lube, it would be a 2 and/or a 3. But a snowfoam would be a 1. A fallout remover would be a 1, 2 and/or a 3.

Company information

Alchemy7 has its own company website (its only in French). They are not very active on message boards or detailing related fora. They are not known to visit detailing events or major car care events, unless represented by a re-seller or a webshop.

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