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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpg27 View Post
    Looking good,

    was thinking of trying the clay bar, how easy was it to use
    Its quite easy actually, I actuyally watched this Meguiars 'how to clay bar' vdeo .

    Don't do what i did, use it in direct sunlight, you really need a moderate temperature day to be able to effectively clay the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vigenator View Post
    just browsing the forum and saw what you have done, nice job mate, youve took full advantage of the cleaning and detailing materials you said you used.

    Although i prefer meguiars nxt wax i think its called, which is very good and last a fair bit of time.

    I am willing to test out that icewax you talked about, looks like it did a treat.

    Good work m8
    Thank you for the comments. The liquid ICE Wax is pretty decent and it still working. Its great for when you wash you car in direct sunlight and then want to wax your car and the bodywork is hot to the touch. The Ice Wax liquid forumla goes on easy and buffs of easy, so if you are pressed for time, get caught out by the weather in the UK at leats you have a product that will allow you to get a decent finish.

    I still prefer the more traditional style waxes but I only use those on a dry day without direct sunlight and a polishing machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    A good clean may take forever and a day to carry out but as you can see, the end results are very rewarding.

    Super car mate
    thanks
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    Volvo C70 T5 GT
    UK Spec Toyota Supra 3.0ltr Twin Turbo Automatic
    ZX6R J1 Ninja

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