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    Awesome job!
     
     

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    Nice results dude, looking good
     
     

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    perhaps some detailing on the alloys next then i notice loads of scuffs ha ha
     
     

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    Gorgeous car, mate! Well done
     
     

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    Very nice

    Ive been using AutoGlym's HD wax and yet to try Meguiars Next Gen Wax.....not sure which would be better.

    About claying....would you do this when you see dirt on the car that has not come off from the wash, or would you do it anyway after the wash regardless? Also how often would you do it? Any suggestions for a good quality clay bar?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by arun_shu View Post
    Very nice

    Ive been using AutoGlym's HD wax and yet to try Meguiars Next Gen Wax.....not sure which would be better.

    About claying....would you do this when you see dirt on the car that has not come off from the wash, or would you do it anyway after the wash regardless? Also how often would you do it? Any suggestions for a good quality clay bar?
    Cheers mate!

    I would give Meguiars a go... im really impressed with it...Have always used AG products but thought i would try Megs and was happy with the finish!

    With claying i only do it at most a couple of times a year... i think if you regularly wash and polish your car it doesnt need doing much at all... the clay rarely gets mucky but if your someone who likes to let it get filthy then do one big clean every so often then i would use it more often.

    Meguiars do a good little kit with the clay, spray and a wax:

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165527

    Then go over it with some 'next gen' wax... Works well imho
     
     

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    Hey I'm loving the shine on your car dude!! Awesome!!!

    Can someone explain what claying is and what the xenons (are they the clear headlights on the modern cars????)

    I've got my 32od sport in individual black and I used the AG ultra deep shine product the after I washed it the other day. It gave it a nice shine but to be honestly I'd like to give the paint work a really good clean at some point so it's nice and smooth and shiney. Any suggestion? I've had the car week now and I'd like to start as I mean to go on with it!

    Cheers
     
     

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