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    Talking Hangover cure

    Me and my mate decided to wash the cars today as both the wifes are away so nobody to bother us

    Only washed it3 days ago, but already it was covered in crap after going to Duncan's.

    Being a bit hasty do get the snow foam on the go I put too much shampoo in and because it was too concentrated I stripped all the sealant off Gave me the perfect opportunity to try out another sealant that is a spray and wipe product.

    A few pics.








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    looks great nice and shiny

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    That looks really smooth paint. Nice one, looks the business.

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    Sweet....

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    What was the spray and wipe stuff you used

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    lookin mint mark i think you have caught ther detailing bug mate lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daywalker View Post
    What was the spray and wipe stuff you used
    Optimum Opti-Seal Very easy to use and only a small amount needed to do a whole car. Although I used slightly too much and it's left a streaky finish, but just learning how to apply it.
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    lookin mint mark i think you have caught ther detailing bug mate lol
    I think I'm beyond the bug now Pogo LOL Starting to get ridiculous the amount of kit I've got and how much I've spent LOL

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    Car looking ace again Mark.
    What shampoo did you use that stripped the sealant off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigP View Post
    What shampoo did you use that stripped the sealant off?
    It was Bilt Hamber Auto Wash, but it's a very concentrated shampoo and only a very small amount is needed for washing, but I used a bit too much and then I put some CG maxi suds in as well so it just stripped everything.

    I was gutted as I knew straight away when I rinsed the foam it was gone, no beading or sheeting, the water just sat there

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    found out also if you use too much shampoo and snowfoam it can strip the protection off.. but its all in trying to find out the correct concentrations to use and stick to.. still havnt found the right concentration yet!..
    but a great excuse to use your 'new' goodies..lol

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