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  1. The Governor

    Downloadable 'Do Not Wash' Signs

    These are great, I wish I'd had them in when I asked Hardwoods not to wash my car at the last service... I'm trying to figure out a way of putting a sign that fits over the gearstick so there's no way they can say they didn't see it...
  2. The Governor

    Buying a dual-action polisher

    Thanks mate, happy to use your feral link when I decide what to get :) So you had a single pad and that was a finishing one? What polish and wax etc did you use in the end? It sounds like I might be as well dropping Matt a PM and asking his advice...
  3. The Governor

    Buying a dual-action polisher

    I've tried taking it up with Hardwoods but they're very passive in getting involved and I don't have time to go into the dealership kicking off about it. So I figure I will spend more time and care sorting it myself if I can get the right kit :)
  4. The Governor

    Buying a dual-action polisher

    HI, just after a bit of advice and guidance form the experts :) Due to some inattentive washing by the dealer, I have some swirl marks etc in my paintwork. I'm making progress polishing them out by hand using Autoglym SUper Resin Polish, but it's got me thinking that it's about time I got a DA...
  5. The Governor

    Audi A4 B7 Black S-Line.

    Incredible work :beerchug:
  6. The Governor

    Audi A4 B7 Black S-Line.

    Sorry to resurrect a really old thread but I just wanted to comment and say how impressed I am at those results, there's no better ad for your work than that job, the paintwork on that car was absolutely battered. To be honest when I saw the initial shots I thought that there was no way anyone...
  7. The Governor

    light grey leather interior...

    Cheers gents, I've just bunged an order for Gliptone Liquid Leather GT11 (Cleaner) & GT12 (Conditioner). I'll report back :)
  8. The Governor

    light grey leather interior...

    Is there a reocmmended leather protector around, there are so many products and most guides seem to say "Use a good quality one" as opposed to actually recommending a product!