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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by slepy, Mar 7, 2012.

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    slepy Extremely smart and handsome person. VCDS Map User

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    [Mar 7, 2012]
    I need a brush or a set of detailing brushes to clean around/inside of the badges.
    Anything good and not scratching paint?

    Also what kind of cleaner do you use for these things?
    Some kind of quick detail sprays?
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    [Mar 7, 2012]
    http://www.juicydetailing.co.uk/whe...shop.browse&category_id=34&Itemid=2&TreeId=24

    check that out mate. its the accessories section from Juicy Detailing. Brilliant site, very helpful & descriptive and delivery is spot on. i purchased a few things from there late monday night via 1st class royal mail option and it arrived first thing this morning. There is other good sites such as Car Care Products | Detailing Products | Free UK Delivery & i4detailing.co.uk, again both are amazing sites.

    in regards to actually cleaning the badge for example, i have seen videos of people giving them a quick brush with a detailing brush once they have snow foamed, others just do it with their washing gear...

    hope this helps

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    Thanks
    I normally use i4detailing or pb just not sure which brush is good and will last a while as well.
    Also need to order clay bar and few polishing bits. Might try JJ this time.
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    [Mar 7, 2012]
    use brushes during snow foam process
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    [Mar 7, 2012]
    I tend to use our small wheel and detailing brush as linked above while the snow foam is doing its stuff and then once the car has been washed and dried use the small detailing sticks that Paullie mentioned with some APC - all purpose cleaner. If you need something a little stronger if the dirt has been there a while then you can use polish but make sure you get all the residue out otherwise it will dry white.

    If you need any help you know where I am lol
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