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No car. To speak of.
We have a rupes in work thinking about it. I think it's older than time itself though.
Valet pro citrus is good.All I'm wanting is something that will take quite a bit of dirt off before I touch it with the wash mitt, 2 bucket method etc etc.
Was looking at try the ValetPro Citrus Pre Wash.
I have the Autobrite Direct one. My first snow foam lance so cant comment on others but its brilliant. Only slight issue ive had is that the metal fixing is beginning to cross thread the plastic bottle.hi. My snow foam lance has packed up after a good few years. Could anyone recommend a decent replacement please. i think i paid about 30-40 quid for the last one. Same sort of price would be good. many thanks.
True for fresh paint, but one from a showroom will have been painted weeks/months before.Another question,
On a video i saw, it mentions that on a brand new car just from the showroom. The paint needs to breath i.e gases to escape for a fair few months. I.E not able to use Wax, Sealant and so on, Is this true?
Not sure but cheap Pears Soap from a chemist cleans leather really well.Just noticed the leather stuff i have have is only the Leather Conditioner not the Cleaner. My Dad has a very old bottle of Meguirs Leather / Conditioner. Question is is the Meguirs still ok to use regardless of the age / does it go off?
Or should i buy a seperate Leather Cleaner?
Yeah that's my thinking also. Remax mk2 can be applied neat and wet but you just contaminate the drying towel, it's definitely better as a wipe on wipe off application which is effort for a top up.Si02 based so essentially the same thing and should be fine. If you dont like to wipe off Gyeon wet coat is good stuff and worth a look at. Gtechniq C2v3 is wipe off but really easy to use tbh.
The valet pro ones are decentI'm sure they're all much like for like but anyone recommend a detailing brush? Just something to scrub over the grills whilst it's foamy and also I've just sent away to get my calipers resprayed so want to keep them looking fresh (without having to remove the wheels)
Sounds like a good plan. What I would do is whilst claying use snowfoam to lubricate the car so foam a few panels then clay whilst soapy. But yes ,wash after claying .Guys, has anyone here used Soft99 King Of Gloss? It's basically a wax I've been meaning to get for some time, I finally got some today whilst it was 8x nectar points LOL.
I don't really know how to apply it yet, but I've also got myself a 'Clay mitt' to try, so my plan is;-
Shampoo like mad
Any tar remover gets done now
Loads of shampoo for lube and then clay mitt?
- Do I need to shampoo again now?
Then try the new king of gloss afterwards?
God damn noobs.. cheers