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    Quote Originally Posted by Amos View Post
    ....green dish washing scouring pad?

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    I'll keep that in mind...


     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve323iseWitney View Post
    Don't you use any snow foam solution?

    I snowed it twice! First just with snow solution & warm water. Second with snow, zipwax (50:50) & warm water then rinsed. Completely clean. And yes it was very dirty!
    I use the hyper wash as snow foam..

    Came recomended from here
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amos View Post
    ....green dish washing scouring pad?
    ....well thats what my mates dad cleaned the flys off my mates Mr2 Turbo with.......!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post


    Lambswool mitt and 2 buckets.. one with shampoo in it and one for rinsing..

    Theres a detailing guide on here.. its a sticky..
    Is this the guide you meant???

    I've been wanting to expand my cleaning capabilities lately, but clueless as to where to start. Been looking at perfection detailing's threads lately, so now doing something about it!
     
     

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    Thats it! and go on this its got loads of info for ya
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amos View Post
    ....well thats what my mates dad cleaned the flys off my mates Mr2 Turbo with.......!!!
    Oh god, please tell me you're joking!!!
     
     

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    No i'm not bud. Seriously he did. He cleaned the nose cone/bumper and bottom of bonnet with it after a track day.

    Not ideal.

    I might give this lambswool mitt a go. Sponges tend to get grime caught in them.

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    i removed my spoiler on my vert, i love the smooth clean cuts on the e36 bmw, so i had to get rid of it!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post


    Lambswool mitt and 2 buckets.. one with shampoo in it and one for rinsing..

    Theres a detailing guide on here.. its a sticky..
    My tip of the day, use buckets with grit guards

    Ian
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian S View Post
    My tip of the day, use buckets with grit guards

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    Grit guards work well?? I want a pair but think their a bit of a con as when you dip your mitt in your disturb all the water anyway...?
     
     

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