Discussion in 'Motors' started by Phil W, 2 Jun 2006.
1. Auto Glym Super Resin Polish
2. Around £5-£6 a bottle
Waxed wings and bonnet:
After a wash...:
My mate's effort on his Ibiza:
Blatently hadn't been washed properly in years. A few hours of attention, back to black, and Zymol wax had it looking like new . Zymol wax is very hard work compared to Autoglym, but worth it just for the smell Even managed to get most of the swirls out.
Any excuse huh NickXX
Megs Claybar + Autoglym Super Resin + Zymol Cleaner Wax
Damn, I've been foiled
F355: Would you say the clay bar is worth using? I've heard it is a lot of hard work. Does it get rid of small scratches/hard to shift dirt?
That mini looks awesome, my astra looks rather orange-peeley
TurtleWax Metallic Car Wax
Not got any pics at the moment (forgot after waxing it the other day). My weapon of choice is P21s paste at £20 a tub.
I'll post up some pictures tomorrow after i have done my Grandads Silver Fiesta.
Megs NXT car wash with megs lambswool mit dried with megs water magnet then 3 step deep crystal megs.
One more why not
Meguiar's NXT Car Wash + Meguiar's NXT Tech Wax.
Just took my time doing it and looked at the instuctions.
Took a few hours and it still looked ok after the MM3 meet.
How does it look close up, do you have any swirl marks?
my old car....
meguiars gold class (£12 a bottle)
my new car....
Supaguard (£50 instead of £250 )
Meguires all the way, car wash, wash mitt, Gold Class wax, Hot rims wheel cleaner, tyre shine, glass cleaner, etc etc etc
Few more a day after at the MM3 meet, still looked alright after a 200 mile trip.
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