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  1. BMW Detailing, Bodywork and Styling forum
    Hi there i've cleaned and clayed cars before but NEVER waxed.. and never used several stages like i'm planning to today -- could really do with some advice because while i think the products i'm using are ok, i don't have an endless supply of buffing towels/ chilled distilled water (?!) etc...
  2. BMWs spotted - The 'Was it you? forum!'
    I do like to pride myself on keeping an eye on what's going on in the world of BMW, but Friday's spot caught me off guard. The car in question is a Zeemax kitted wide 8 series, vented bonnet, lime green, with green dished wheels and black spokes, seen by the Greyhound pub, Bedworth, Cov...
  3. BMW Detailing, Bodywork and Styling forum
    A dry weekend forecast! so I am going for my first detail. I practiced the clay bar technique on my sons old fiesta, lol, so I am ok with this. However, I've read that Lime prime is not suitable for cars with 'soft' paintwork (whatever that means). It contains micro abrasives. Is this going to...
  4. BMW 5 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E12
    Hello Im getting my Bmw ready for the road soon its more or less ready now. The car been standing since end of Febuaray 2008. But have been moving it about no problems. Looked underneath and noticed the fuel pipes linings have like lime scale on them. Is there stuff I can use to clean it off...
  5. BMW Detailing, Bodywork and Styling forum
    Yes you've guessed it after I paid a guy to valet my car and get sparkling to new (also showed up the damn stone chips and a scuff!) a bird crapped on my car the next day I parked at work. It's on the roof of my car. My question is simple, is there a special product I use or just warm soapy...
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