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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by S3 Rav, Mar 15, 2012.

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    [Mar 15, 2012]
    Quick question guys and girls. Should iron x and auto finesse oblitarate be applied tO wet or dry alloys and bodywork?? Just started on the car and realised I'm not sure lol!!
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    [Mar 15, 2012]
    I've been using Iron X on a dry surface. Not sure about the auto finesse, sorry.
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    Oops, just noticed you posted 6 hours ago! How did it go? :)
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    Did it on slightly wet surface but it had been left a few mins to dry and then applied. Next up polishing and correction.
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    Don't forget pics ;)
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    [Mar 16, 2012]
    Hi Jen yea have taken lots of pics. Looking to do a write up of this one but won't be till next week as that's when I'll be finishing it all off. Car all ready for polishing and corrections and protection now.
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