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    How to detail a Veyron

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    all that fuss about washing a car?

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    I just take my Veyron through the Tesco car wash, looks OK to me.

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    I got the hump with the local Polish hand car wash as they kept on revin my one up all the time....
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    that was Tescos carwash - the Tesco's Finest range.

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    i just use a bucket and sponge to wash mine, no fancy carwashes for me, i'm too poor since i bought the thing
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    It's just motivated me to wash and wax my S3, all clean now



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    Well I've been reading the Detailing section of this website, and have ditched the sponge and chamois for a lambswool mitt and microfibre towel! Not expensive from eBay and they go over the bodywork much more easily while preventing nasty swirls in the paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benw123
    Well I've been reading the Detailing section of this website, and have ditched the sponge and chamois for a lambswool mitt and microfibre towel! Not expensive from eBay and they go over the bodywork much more easily while preventing nasty swirls in the paint.
    Have you read the advice section on Polished Bliss' website? You'll need a microfibre mitt and two bukets too lol

    http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/guides.html
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    nice and good story BUT half the picts wont load !
    I bought a convertable in the wettest country in the world who says Scotsmen dont have a sense of humour !

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    The paint on that car is amazing and that guy's work is premier league.

    The video was pretty good too.
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    sad i know, but said car is now on Top Gear channel 111 UKTV G2.

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