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  1. 2004 118d - Alloys + Polishing 
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    riku's Car Details
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    1 Series 118d
    Year of Manufacture:
    2004
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    Right people need some what help okey seen some nice m3 alloys but will thay look nice on a bmw 1 series 118d ..? any one whos good at photoshop can send me a pic .? ur upload one whos got them on there ride

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    Washed the car and gave it a good clean up and purchased the wax Collinite 476S and put it on and never got good results but after reading more do i need to clay the car first and where can i get the clay and product do do this so that i can wax it up good and apply the poor boys polish any help would be great and use full links many thanks
     
     

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    Claying will help any motor factors will sell it perhaps even the autobright direct on here will be able to supply you with the stuff you need

    I use various products auto glym ultra deep shine and the extra gloss protection.
    recently I have started to use collinite 347 and dodo juice purple haze these i find are best applied out of sun light as the collinite can be hard to buff off in direct sun.
    do a panel at a time so as the products dont cake on.
    it may take several goes to get the finish you want i have had mine 2 yrs now and is a totally different car to when i bought it even though the paint work has always been good.

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...-juice-t84531/

    also this link may help you in keeping your pride and joy nice and clean,dont be shy get some pics up matey

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...-handbook-t68/
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