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  1. l1ons81

    l1ons81 Member

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    Morning,

    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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  2. Pal77

    Pal77 New Member

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    Looks nice :thumbsup:
    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.
     
  3. MorkC68

    MorkC68 Stationary

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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

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

    Id also recommend Monza Car Care for speedy delivery of purchased items!
     
  4. batch

    batch Well-Known Member Team Glacier quattro Audi S3

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    The Meg's Endurance tyre gel is great stuff too...
     
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  5. JD007F

    JD007F Member

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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.
     
  6. leeds2592

    leeds2592 When I grow up, I want a 964!

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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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