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    What would a tenner clean Rob?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    What would a tenner clean Rob?
    It would get me to junction 29 M25, then just another 13 to go.
     
     

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    Damn...you are expensive!...
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    Damn...you are expensive!...
    No value for money,

    No all seriousness, don't want to break any rules etc... but would be happy to offer some sort of discount or upgrade to anyone on the forum interested.
     
     

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    Nice one, will keep that in mind Rob
     
     

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    That looks fu%$&n mint m8
    Love the before and after shots and the 50/50s
    Brilliant thread, keep em comin
     
     

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    That looks stunning!!

    almost £500 is a lot though but for results like that, IMO, its a small price to pay

    Great job
     
     

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    What's the best way to clean hood and what product do you recomend thanks neil.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygolfer View Post
    What's the best way to clean hood and what product do you recomend thanks neil.
    Hi Neil,

    I vac first, then find if you spray the hood with an all purpose cleaner (Autosmart g101 or any upholstery shampoo) and work in with a nail brush or similar, then pressure wash in sweeping strokes with caution, then finally wipe down with a microfibre, once dry apply a fabric protector.
     
     

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