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    Wax ON / Wax OFF

    As the sun is starting to come out ( a bit more )...ish

    Thought i would get people's opinion's on what they use to clean their horse

    I'll kick things off -

    Meguiars Next Generation Shampoo / and kit

    Demon Shine

    Turtle Wax trim detailer

    Brasso polish ( Exhaust Tip / Audi Badges )

    550 cc Injectors / Milltek Exhaust Manifold

    Forge Silicone / Goodridge Hoses / EBC A/R

    G60 SMF / Launch Control Map

    Powerflex Black A/R / H&R Anti-Roll Bars

    Carbon Wrapping / 104Db @5400 RPM

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    Just spent a few hours yesterday cleaning then S3. What I use:

    - Meguiars Soft Wash shampoo
    - P21s Paintwork Cleanser to remove old wax
    - Autoglym Super Resin Polish (yes I know it's abrasive and has fillers but does a great job of filling my fine scratches)
    - P21s Carnaubu Wax (two coats)
    - P21s wheel cleaner
    - Autosol metal cleaner for my chrome Remus tip & mirrors
    Current Rides:

    Q7: 2007 Audi Q7 3.7FSI Black
    S3: 2000 Audi 1.8T Phantom Black, 17" Avus, Remus Cat Back, Forge DV, BMC Filter

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    A6: 2007 Audi 2.0T FSI CVT, Oyster Grey Sedan, 18" R36 Rims,
    1998 VW Passat 1.8T Manual, Black - Mods: Wett 1.1 Bar chip, 17" RS4 Replica Rims, Gauge,
    A6: 2000 Audi A6 2.4i Avant, Tiptronic. Stock standard except riding on 17" Rims
    TT: 2005 Audi TT Roadster 6 speed Auto, Phantom Black, 18" RS4 Rims

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    This is the result I got yesterday



    after using
    Pressure wash
    Autogylm Car shampoo - 2 Bucket Method
    Poor Boys Black hole
    Autoglym Extra Gloss Protection

    Autosol is mint too - Applied with a microfibre

    Before



    Half way through



    At the end - you can actually see the miltek signs!


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    I use
    Zymol Natural Car Wash (2 bucket)
    R"something or other" to loosen tar etc
    Clay Bar
    Werkstat acrylic kit (primer, jett trigger and gloss)
    Occasionally a bit of Autoglym high definition car wax
    All for a silver car.

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    I use the polish guys around the corner they do a cracking job!! I know lazy but cheeky aswell !!
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    THE BLUE BEAST, TAKEN FROM ME, GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
    RTECH STAGE 2 REMAP NOW RUNNING 223 BHP AND 253 FTLB OF TORQUE,
    SUBARU IMPREZA WRX ESTATE SOON TO BE RUNNING 340 BHP
    ANTI LAG/LAUNCH CONTROL/MAF LESS/ LOVE IT !!

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    I just washed mine with megs sampoo
    Then I clay bar with my megs clay bar kit ten gave her another quick wash to get rid of the mess from clay bar
    Then megs stage 1 & 2 polish and then purple haze to finish her off and she is gleaming!!

 

 

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