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    on its way, just ordered with auto-brite the following:

    snow foam (5 litres) with lance, 5 litres of very cherry alloy wheel cleaner with foaming bottle to apply it on the wheels, some shampoo, 1 x drying towel, megs step 2 polish, megs wax for wheels, glass cleaner, air freshener and another bucket to adapt the 2 bucket method!! this goes with what i have already just bought the megs quick clay kit and the collinite #915 wax and ive got 4 applicators for applyin the polish/wax and 3 micro-fibre towels for getting it off. What do you guys think of that then? is that good kit to be using? never spent this much on cleaning priducts in my life lol.. hope theyre worth it!!! any comments appreciated. Also whats the ideal steps to wash my car now with all of this, in my mind it goes as follows, pls correct me if im wrong or you have other ideas.

    1. rinse car with pressure washer
    2. apply very cherry on wheels
    3. apply snow foam leave for appox 10 mins
    4. rinse off both car and wheels (re apply snow foam and rinse if really dirty)
    5. shampoo car using 2 bucket method
    6. dry off car
    7. polish car
    8. wax car and wheels
    9. sit back with can of lager admiring your work
    10. hope it doesnt p!ss down now lol

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    All sounds good and the correct way to do it to me. How much did that little lot set you back then? I dread to think!

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    all together for everything it came too £149. But dont tell me mrs lol..ive already had to say il give her car a good goin over with it when i get it all lol, its only a little pug 107 tho so wont use much on it haha.. the way i look at it the 1st time always costs you more as u need to buy applicators, lance's etc, the products shud last a good while too hopefully lol, then in the future its just a matter of replacing what u need as and when u need it.

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    oh i forgot to mention the megs lambs wool wash mitt too lol

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    sounds like its all round to pauls for a detailing daylol

    any weekends good for me

    names please

    mark the hat

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    lol.. this stuff gotta last me a life time now haha...il have to order refills and have them delivered to work in the future so she doesnt know haha

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    you see what this site does to people, lies disception lol.. even havin to wash the mrs' car too.. if she ever goes on auto-brights website and see's how much everything is i bought im in for it haha...she cant complain i made sure of that last week i bought her a £65 handbag, cant say nothin to me now...

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    is that how you all wash your cars then? no one have any other ways or comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULMAC77 View Post
    on its way, just ordered with auto-brite the following:

    snow foam (5 litres) with lance, 5 litres of very cherry alloy wheel cleaner with foaming bottle to apply it on the wheels, some shampoo, 1 x drying towel, megs step 2 polish, megs wax for wheels, glass cleaner, air freshener and another bucket to adapt the 2 bucket method!! this goes with what i have already just bought the megs quick clay kit and the collinite #915 wax and ive got 4 applicators for applyin the polish/wax and 3 micro-fibre towels for getting it off. What do you guys think of that then? is that good kit to be using? never spent this much on cleaning priducts in my life lol.. hope theyre worth it!!! any comments appreciated. Also whats the ideal steps to wash my car now with all of this, in my mind it goes as follows, pls correct me if im wrong or you have other ideas.

    1. rinse car with pressure washer
    2. apply very cherry on wheels
    3. apply snow foam leave for appox 10 mins
    4. rinse off both car and wheels (re apply snow foam and rinse if really dirty)
    5. shampoo car using 2 bucket method
    6. dry off car
    7. polish car
    8. wax car and wheels
    9. sit back with can of lager admiring your work
    10. hope it doesnt p!ss down now lol





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