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Few cleaning queries.

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Y83OLK, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. Y83OLK
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    Y83OLK Hulk Smash!

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    [Mar 28, 2010]
    Hi.
    Whats the best way of cleaning around the audi rings (specifically the rear of an 8l a3)
    *The part where the rings cross over*
    As last time i used some q-tips, which took hours!

    Also, is there any way of renovating my windscreen?.. i have tried AG glass polish, AS glas polish.
    But, in bright sunlight i can see tiny scratches all over the screen (outside), like it has been cleaned with a brillo pad.


    regards.
    Callum
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    Keeno Spooly Spooly Boosty Boosty!

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    [Mar 28, 2010]
    Tooth brush? As for the windscreen - pass!
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    JD09 I'm not modding, I'm improving VCDS Map User

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    [Mar 28, 2010]
    Envy brushes from eBay are best for tight areas.

    Glass wise, a machine polisher with specific pads and polish for glass is one of the only ways of restoring it sadly. Unless you happen to get the glass smashed . . .

    Actually know a few people anal enough to claim on their glass insurance by smashing their windows to get brand new ones.
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    [Mar 28, 2010]
    Ahh, i was just looking at those envy brushes, either them or the megs sticks.

    Do you polish inside your rings?... or leave them unprotected?.
    Are glass pads something most pro detailers use/ have?
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    WX51TXR Polished Bliss

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    [Mar 29, 2010]
    Our Raceglaze Detailing Brushes are also ideal for cleaning around badges and other awkward spots...

    Raceglaze Detailing Brush Set >

    Polishing glass properly is a painstakingly difficult process, but many detailers will have the right gear to do the job right. I know this based on the amount of glass polishing equipment we sell lol!

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