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Misano Red Arrow cleaned

Discussion in 'RS3 Forum (8P & 8V Chassis)' started by Veneeringman, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. Veneeringman

    Veneeringman I've come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass
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    Cleaned the beast today, then added another coat of Sonax Extreme to protect the paintwork, I really do like the Sonax product so easy to apply and brings the car up a treat.

    Treated all the glass to Carlack glass sealant.

    Alloys where sealed (again) with Sonax Wheel rim sealer.


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    Looking good! I will have to try Sonax, not heard of that before.

    I had some marketing materials through from Audi and the S3, RS5 and RS6 are all shown in red...I think I know why.
     
  3. Veneeringman

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    Me neither until a trip to Clean Your Car in Huddersfield a few weeks back, asked them what would they recommend to protect the paintwork over the winter months and with that 'Sonax Extreme' was purchased (along with £100+ of other cleaning products)

    i must admit when the red paintwork is polished you can see why Audi use it in the marketing bumf. :hubbahubba:
     
  4. NHN

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    CYC are king tbh, very good CS & huge variety of products, this is from a serial non cleaner of cars, awaiting my £50 next batch of goodies lol.

    I blame N8 for this, £500 down already lol.
     

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