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    Vehicle : Vauxhall

    Trim : Astra Twin Top

    Engine : 1.9cdti

    Year : 07

    Default Found new detailing GURU

    well i started about 10.30 this morning ..
    rinsed car down with Karcher.
    snow foamed it.
    rinsed again
    washed with 2 bucket method used AG wash and conditioner .
    rinsed again with karcher .
    dried with micro fibre towel.
    clayed.
    rinsed again.
    used AG SRP .
    wiped off
    used AG super gloss.
    left for 30mins then wiped off.
    while waiting down alloys with Zymol alloy cleaner and tyres with zymol spray.
    did the glass with AG glass cleaner
    then hoovered out car with Dyson animal .
    total time 5 hours .

    Then the detailing(neighbour 2 doors away) GURU turned out and cleaned his Renault Estate

    1 bottle of tesco blue stripe washing up liquid(49p)
    1 B&Q bucket (99p)
    1 old garden broom (no idea)
    washed car down with broom
    fill bucket with clean water and rinsed with sponge (60p)
    wiped off with old bath towel (?p)

    finished 20mins
    now why can't we have him as our new detailing GURU
    would save us a fortune in time and money

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    Don't believe you. ...

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    He's gonna wreck his paint doing that way. He needs another broom. The Two Broom Method will be all the rage by Easter.

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    come on ian you know the rules wheres the pics

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    A broom A few of my fellow work collegue's used to use the workshop broom to clean thier van's............

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    Then the detailing(neighbour 2 doors away) GURU turned out and cleaned his Renault Estate

    1 bottle of tesco blue stripe washing up liquid(49p)
    1 B&Q bucket (99p)
    1 old garden broom (no idea)
    washed car down with broom
    fill bucket with clean water and rinsed with sponge (60p)
    wiped off with old bath towel (?p)

    finished 20mins

    For everything else.. there's mastercard! haha!

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    yep we use a broom to wash our council van with.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    wiped off with old bath towel (?p)
    You never know, it could have been an old Christy towel made from finest Egyptian cotton...

    would save us a fortune in time and money
    And the best thing is, it'll suds up again the next time it rains - two washes for the price of one.

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    Used to use hydrochloric acid on our land rover to remove the cement dust. (Cement factory owned LR)
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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