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    Quote Originally Posted by Flakmonkey View Post
    Try Autoglym car glass polish - not the fastglass stuff, but the one that comes in the white flip-top bottle with blue lettering and logo. Very good stuff, easy to use and it works out to be very economical. Be sure to apply it very sparingly, if you trowel it on you'll get a heap of white dust when you buff it off.
    That's what I don't like, the white dust. I use an alcohol based version so it dries without leaving smears.

     
     

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    Best stuff for glass is Swissvax Crystal but then its expensive. Stoners do a good one but the name escapes me. A very good product to try and is simple to use is Klasse all in one and then top it with a good wax Collinite 476 wax is good. They are not a bad price either. I use the swissvax products they are probably with zymol the best out there but then you pay through the nose for it.
     
     

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    Sounds like you know your stuff Stevie thanks for that nice one.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireytj View Post
    Sounds like you know your stuff Stevie thanks for that nice one.
    Been detailing for years now and as i say hide that credit card. Once you get the bug would will end up with a garage full of products. Basically make sure you rinse the car thoroughly before you start. Ideally you would snow foam the car but if you cant do this rinse the car as best you can. Then wash the car with two buckets, one with the soap in and one to rinse either your microfibre or sheepskin mit (these are a must!!!!) Once that is done rinse the car thoroughly again and then depending on what how long you want to take i would give the car a good de-tar autobrite glue and tar remover are good for this and clay the car megs quick clay is a nice bit of kit if you have not clayed before. Once this is done Klasse all in one and then the wax
    Once you have you done all this you will look for for ways to improve! This is where the expensive products come in and you start to look at paint correction by machine. Then you know you have the bug
    Need any tips of where to get the products then drop me a pm mate i will point u in the right direction
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    That's what I don't like, the white dust. I use an alcohol based version so it dries without leaving smears.

    You putting too much on if you get loads of white dust neal....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post
    You putting too much on if you get loads of white dust neal....
    I use to use minimal amount and still get the dust. Time I finished, missus thought I was sniffing something illegal
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    Deary me Ben...you having problems reading?
    No nealypoos! You say you dont like white dust.. sooooooooo.. your putting too much on... should only be a little.. not enough to moan aboot..
     
     

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    I edited my last reply mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    I edited my last reply mate
    Actually laughed there... cat looked at me funny...
     
     

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    I have looked at the swissvax and zymol products and you are very serious detail er indeed!!! There is a pot of zymol on eBay at the mo for £35 its the carbon one, the swissvax is very steep. They must be very good indeed. Any how my wife will never know!!! ha ha. Thanks for your advice I have learned a bit today.
     
     

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