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    Default Washed & Quick detailed with Turtle Wax Super Glaze Rinse Wax

    Halfords had an offer on not long ago on this Turtle Wax product. Instead of 20 quid it was down to under a fiver.

    Bought three lots of 5ltrs on a further 3 for 2 offer so it came out at about 9.98 pounds.

    Was not expecting the results I got. I love this product and its so easy to use.

    I got a 500 ml squirty bottle. Used one cap of this product and the rest filled with water.

    After washing and drying the vec I then sprayed this on one panel at a time. Used two microfibre cloths, one to rub it in then the other buff it up.

    Heres my efforts for today. Was a lot less work than a full polishing session.

    Cheers
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    well nice shine mate, even better with the bargin deal you found at halfords!

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    Very nice work Envy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sri View Post
    well nice shine mate, even better with the bargin deal you found at halfords!
    Thanks Mate,

    I am really pleased with it.

    I think though Happy Postie showing me how to clay and Ian Highlander letting me abuse his DA on my car for quite a few hours at trax has helped loads.

    Not forgetting great detailing training from Bobsignum too.

    So easy to keep on top of it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-R View Post
    Very nice work Envy
    Thanks mate. Just have to get rid of the flyeyes now lol. God they look too grey in the daylight.

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    im toying with buying a da to be honest, then like you say keep on top of it, just scared it all ends in tears with burn through lol.

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    looking good Envy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sri View Post
    im toying with buying a da to be honest, then like you say keep on top of it, just scared it all ends in tears with burn through lol.
    Using a DA is actualy quite easy once someone in the know has shown you the correct way. It more down to the level of cutting compounds to use on various panels with various scratch depths etc.

    If you do get a DA get a door or wing panel in crap shape from a scrappie and start to practice. Happy Postie and Bobsignum will give you loads of tips on products and how to attack certain problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daddyjay View Post
    looking good Envy..
    Thanks very much Daddyjay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Envy View Post
    Using a DA is actualy quite easy once someone in the know has shown you the correct way. It more down to the level of cutting compounds to use on various panels with various scratch depths etc.

    If you do get a DA get a door or wing panel in crap shape from a scrappie and start to practice. Happy Postie and Bobsignum will give you loads of tips on products and how to attack certain problems.
    maybe them 2 should produce some how 2 videos!

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