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    Cheers fellas for all the help and comments and guidance. Will be tackling this job in next couple of weeks.

    That is unless of course any of u feel the need to volunteer your services to help......lol
    GOODBAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post
    Srp is a polish and a pre wax cleanser.. it has a lot of fillers rather than abrasives!
    Exactly right. SRP has a sealant ixed in though to protect the finish that tiny bit longer than normal polishes.

    If you haven't got a wax already i'd recomend collinte 915, I use it onmy own black e36 vert and it leaves an amazing deep shine for around a week until al the muck sticks to it but can lost even longer when I park it in the garage.

    By using 915 all you have to do is wash it when the car starts picking up dirt (don't let dirt stick to the paint along time) which is around 1-2 weeks and wash with abit of AG shampoo and conditioner. It won't strip the wax, so no need to re apply anything other than wax and dry. AG shampoo also has added rust inhibitors, one of the main reasons I use it - prevent rather than cure
     
     

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