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Cleaning in and around badges

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by AL_B, Jun 17, 2010.

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    [Jun 17, 2010]
    Hi Guys,

    Have you got any tips or recommendations for cleaning in and around badges? The Audi rings and S3 badge etc.

    I've tried my standard car shampoo product (Meg Shampoo Plus). Also tried Autoglym Tar Remover (standard stuf, not pro stuff)...but still can't get the grime removed.

    I have small sponge-on-stick type detailing brushes etc.

    So just need recommendations on the cleaning product to use really.

    Cheers

    AL
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    Ah OK.

    Yes the detailing brushes are your best bet.
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    I use a pastry brush lol, exactly the same and does work!
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    I use a glue-brush, tight-packed, short head and a bit firmer than those soft detailing brushes - which are good for grilles etc.

    Sarah's pastry brush, lol. Whatever works I say.
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