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    Just posting some pics the the cars we cleaned today.

    The E90 is Mine. The E46 is a Mates from work.











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    Oh very nice,

    What products did you use?
     
     

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    Nice cars but didnt you dress the tyres or polish them or is it just me but i am using my mobile lol.


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    We did dress the tyres but the BMW cleaning kit is rubbish. I'm going to invest in some more products.

    Used Snowfoam to start [Valet Pro - PH Neutral Snow Foam]
    then wrinse with jetwash
    2 bucket wash [Meguiars Grit Guard and bucket]
    leather [Miracle Dryer - Ultra Plush 25" x 36"]
    Clay small areas [Meguiars - Quik Detailer Mist & Wipe]
    detail spray [Chemical Guys - Speed Wipe (1 Gallon)]

    Didnt get time to wax, but this is what I would have used.
    Collinite No. 476S - Super Doublecoat Auto Wax

    Next to purchase:
    EZ Detail Brush
    Bilberry Wheel Cleaner - 5 litre
    and possibly Poorboys Wheel Sealant

    All I need to do is get the wheels off and sort the rusty hubs out
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javi View Post
    We did dress the tyres but the BMW cleaning kit is rubbish. I'm going to invest in some more products.

    Used Snowfoam to start [Valet Pro - PH Neutral Snow Foam]
    then wrinse with jetwash
    2 bucket wash [Meguiars Grit Guard and bucket]
    leather [Miracle Dryer - Ultra Plush 25" x 36"]
    Clay small areas [Meguiars - Quik Detailer Mist & Wipe]
    detail spray [Chemical Guys - Speed Wipe (1 Gallon)]

    Didnt get time to wax, but this is what I would have used.
    Collinite No. 476S - Super Doublecoat Auto Wax

    Next to purchase:
    EZ Detail Brush
    Bilberry Wheel Cleaner - 5 litre
    and possibly Poorboys Wheel Sealant

    All I need to do is get the wheels off and sort the rusty hubs out
    EZ detail brush is really good, i got one, there are two a small one and a big one, i have the small one, it is the best brush i have ever used

    And billberrry is really good too

    If you dont mind my suggestion, you should get a fluffy drying towel (http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/microf.../prod_634.html) instead of the leather

    A leather tends to hold dirt and drag on the paint work, a drying towel is much safer and better for your paint
     
     

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