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    This very nice BMW 335i was booked in for a protection detail.

    On arrival










    No wash process pics on this one but products used were:

    Elite car care snow foam.
    A/S smart wheels/EZ brush + SV brush.
    G101.
    Megs hyper wash, lambs wool mitt.
    Megs super degreaser for arches and vikan brush.
    Miracle towel, last touch and leaf blower.

    Engine before






    Once the wash process was complete I moved inside and treated the lower half of the car with tardis to remove tar.


    Next I clayed the paintwork, windows and wheels with sonus green and last touch.

    I then turned my attention to the interior which was very tidy to be honest just a thorough vacuum and a general tidy up was needed, Lexol leather cleaner on a micro fibre cloth for the seats before being conditioned again with Lexol. Glass cleaned in and out with water repellent applied to the exterior.

    After




    Exhaust before


    After


    Fuel cap dressed


    Wheel arches were treated with megs all season dressing, tyres were dressed with A/S high style and wiped with micro fibre cloth after 30 mins to avoid tyre fling. Engine was detailed and dressed with megs all season dressing.

    Paintwork was then cleansed with SV cleaner fluid on a german applicator, once removed SV B.O.S was applied and left for around 45 mins before being removed with a plush micro fibre towel.

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    As usual thanks for looking.
     
     

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    What water repellant do you use for hte outside of the glass?
    I have just recently bought my convertible and its the 1st car ever that doesnt have a rear window wiper, which I find a wee bit annoying if the water just sits on the rear window.
    what do you suggest for the rear window??
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTriple View Post
    What water repellant do you use for hte outside of the glass?
    I have just recently bought my convertible and its the 1st car ever that doesnt have a rear window wiper, which I find a wee bit annoying if the water just sits on the rear window.
    what do you suggest for the rear window??
    I use Carlack but rain x is still pretty good but I find Carlack out lasts rain x for durability
     
     

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