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What order do I use my products in?

MTRL Mar 12, 2012

  1. MTRL

    MTRL Split Grill!

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    Hi,
    I have recentlly brought some detailing products to beef up my normal car wash kit. Im going to give the car a deep detail soon, got to have it as glossy as possible for when the sun come out.

    My question is, in what order do I use these products and should I wash again in between any steps?
    I have a few small scratches and 1 large scratch that megs scratch x usually gets out, at what point should I use this?

    I know its wax last, but should I polish before clay?? Swirl remover after polish?? I need some advice.

    My items are:
    Auto glym shampoo
    Auto glym super resin polish
    Dodo juice blue velvet
    Meguires quick clay kit
    Poorboys black hole
    Meguires scratch X

    Thanks
     
  2. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    My items are:
    Auto glym shampoo
    Meguires quick clay kit
    Meguires scratch X
    Poorboys black hole
    Dodo juice blue velvet


    Auto glym super resin polish ( would not use the other suff you have is better)
     
  3. drmole

    drmole Well-Known Member

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    as above really but would use the clay and the strach X kit quarterly (every four months) aslong as its properly maintaine inbetween its should be fine :icon_thumright:
     
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  4. MTRL

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    Cheers guys :icon_thumright:
     
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  5. Juicy Jen

    Juicy Jen Jen @ Juicy Detailing Site Sponsor

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    Pre wash using snow foam
    Rinse
    Wash using the 2 bucket method
    Rinse (leave wet)
    Decontamination using iron x and tar removal if required
    Wash using 2 bm (leave wet)
    Clay
    Wash using 2 bm
    Rinse
    Dry using a Microfibre drying towel
    Polish (which includes swirl/scratch removal)
    Protect using sealant/wax
     

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