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    I`ve got my estate to do a clay and wax etc etc
    Where can i buy a big tub of the spray instead of the little bottles.I`d have to buy loads to do my estate and it would cost a fortune.

    ta in advance

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    Calling Bryan....

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    is it this stuff just a different name http://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk/Produ...ProductID=9087

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    You can use last touch for claying, it is an excellent product for heaps of jobs, a spray after you have washed the car before drying and it drys without a mark, I use it all the time, as a quick detailer as well ...




    Oh yeah, and it smells of coconut MMMmmmm ....

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    I have been using a new method recently, as I was getting down my QD at a vast rate of knots, use the clay when you have washed the car with the washmitt, there is enough suds on there to lubricate the clay.

    I'm sure someone will now tell me a reason why thats not a good idea.

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    ok. so give me the lowdown on the PRODUCTS I need to keep my car and wheels looking nice and shiney without harming the paint, shampoo, polish etc
    Cheers

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    How much money do you have?

    If you are going to get into the detailing lark then its worth registering on Detailing World.

    I was happy with sponge (!), chamois, car shampoo and some wax and/or polish.

    I've ditched the sponge for a lambswool washmitt and the chamois for a waffle-weave drying towel, and added another polish, paint sealer, clay and detailing spray, 2 types of wax and a biltema (polisher) to my collection and I wouldn't consider myself to be half as enthusiastic as the people on DW!

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    well.... I dont want to be an ENTHUSIAST! lol.

    Just wanna make the car look nice... Mitts etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver V View Post
    well.... I dont want to be an ENTHUSIAST! lol.

    Just wanna make the car look nice... Mitts etc
    One suggestion is as follows: -

    2 mitts (one for above the styling line and one for below)
    1 cellulose sponge for the wheels
    A gallon of Megs Shampoo Plus £11 (The Valet-Store)
    Sonus drying towel
    Megs Last Touch detail spray £15/gal (assists drying & can use as clay lub)
    Autoglym Glass Polish
    Wax for paint Megs #16, Collinite 476s or 845 or 915, I can supply all these
    Chemical Guys Blue Rim Wheel Cleaner
    Wheel Wax (Chemical Guys)
    Megs Endurance Tyre Gel
    Autoglym Bumper Care (All exterior plastics) or Poorboys Natural Look for all
    6 microfibre cloths (Megs Supreme Microfibres) Halfords 3 for 2 offer = 9
    Applicator pads

    The contact details for suppliers are as follows: -

    All things Meguiars: - Ian Eastwood email = ian@valet-store.co.uk
    or Mob No = 07950 369057 or 07951 099289 (I just call Ian on the phone)

    And for Chemical Guys contact either: -

    http://www.carwashnwax.com/ or http://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk/

    And that's about it really but there is bound to be something I've forgotten eh

    Bryan

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