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    A question for you expert detailers- I am just about to put a coat of Collinite 476 on my car and wondered whether to get the microfibre cloths or the cotton polishing cloths to apply and buff the polish off-or doesn't it make any difference?
     
     

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    Great choice of wax mate! Will be really pleased with it...

    I always apply it using a foam applicator pad, you can get a really even coat then! And remove with MF cloths.

    You can also use Colly on your wheels and on all the glass bar the windscreen to protect too!
    If it aint broke, don't fix it!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam.wilkinson View Post
    Great choice of wax mate! Will be really pleased with it...

    I always apply it using a foam applicator pad, you can get a really even coat then! And remove with MF cloths.

    You can also use Colly on your wheels and on all the glass bar the windscreen to protect too!
    What he said!!!
    although the jury is out for me regarding the finish from colli for me. Protection wise its great...deep we looking finish im not sure about. Gonna compare it to some others out there
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam.wilkinson View Post
    Great choice of wax mate! Will be really pleased with it...

    I always apply it using a foam applicator pad, you can get a really even coat then! And remove with MF cloths.

    You can also use Colly on your wheels and on all the glass bar the windscreen to protect too!
    I do exactly the same, with the same wax!

    Excellent stuff, a must for winter.

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