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    Autoglym

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    Just a quick one, i read on here a couple of weeks ago that autoglym was great to wash and polish car. With the sun being out yesterday thought i would give it a blast. Results below.

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    Looks nice
    You Should try the tyre dressing as well.
    Although i use some carplan trim and tyre gel. Its pretty good for bring them up too.

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    Ive always been a big fan of Autoglym products but reading the Detailing section on here, I tried Auto Finesse Tripple 3. I must say it was brilliant to use, dried comparatively quick and when buffed off, left no residue whatsoever!

    Definitely one to try some more heres the end result



    Zymol Auto Finesse Tripple All In One Polish from Monza Car Care

    Id also recommend Monza Car Care for speedy delivery of purchased items!
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    The Meg's Endurance tyre gel is great stuff too...
    Mr_Sixx and phil76 like this.

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    Looking great pal like a few have said get some tyre gel I would go for autoglym rubber plus u can only buy it in a 5l drum but its oil based and last for ages and looks awesome.

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    If you fancy spending a few more hours on your car, get yourself some Prima Amigo and work in by hand if you haven't go a DA. You'll end up with 2 dead arms from doing it, but slap a few layers of Victoria Red Concours wax over the top and it'll look stunning and give a good few months of protection.
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