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    Default Halfords stuff?

    Any tips on whats best to get from Halfords for cleaning? Or a quick place to get snow foam from?

    Ive seen the Maquires stuff and heard good things but am lost when it comes down it as there is so many types.

    I want to get a clay bar and I have plenty of Microfibre clothes.
    But want a great finish

    Direct link to halfords Maquires stuff - http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...d=-1&x=36&y=18

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    stage 1 and 2 are really good out of the set of three. The clay bar and quick finisher are really good too. Ask Lump about wax as he is the guru with these things!

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    halfrauds are doing 3 4 2 on Autoglym stuff

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    If they are runing their 3 for 2 on AG products get some of the shampoo conditioner, SRP, andeither fast glass or rubber /trim cleaner, all good products.
    worth getting the Maguires clay kit, which has two bars and a spray of quick detailer, make sure when you wash that you dont dry it before claying, its free lube! saves on the quick detailer........make sure you wash it after claying, then use the SRP to polish, and wax of your choice.........just a suggestion.............plenty of good waxes available on line at good deals, recommendations are any of the 3 Collinites, or Poorboys Nattys Pastewax its a good value wax.

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    I've been using Turtle wax ice liquid polish fur ages £12 fa halfords water just runs off leaves a long lasting shine only thing that brought out the metallic flakes brilliantly top notch only takes half an hour once car is dry to polish.

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    Probably swearing on here but I have the turtlewax in a small green tub

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    With where you live why not go to Autobrite and get everything you want in one go

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    Any of this good for pressure washer?

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    yeh like andy said pop to AutoBrite if ou can, youll get snow and all the kit. and will save you money in the long run

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    Thanks chaps had never heard of them til now. Are they trade only?

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