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Autumn Detail Or Wait Till Spring 2015

Louay Aug 21, 2014

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Should i get my S3 8V SB detailed in Autumn in time for harsh weather or wait for Spring 2015?

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  1. Louay

    Louay Registered User

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    Hi all

    As title suggests what's everyone's thoughts?

    Protect for the impending winter or continue routine protection myself until nicer weather hopefully arrives in spring 2015, the main purpose of the professional detail is light swirl removal, correction and then a good protection.

    Votes would be greatly appreciated!
     
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  3. Bristle Hound

    Bristle Hound Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    As per the other thread - Get it done NOW to protect for the winter is what I would suggest :icon thumright:

    f you get it done by a pro I would consider one of the glass coating eg CarPro Cquartz CQUK or Finest, Gtechniq Crystal Serum & the like. Just a thought ... ;)
     
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  4. Audibritz

    Audibritz Registered User

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    I read before its always best to have 1 in the autumn ready for winter and 1 in the spring ready for summer
     
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  5. RobbieWebs

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    +3 as above.
    Protection for winter and detail in spring.
    In my mind as long as the paint is in good condition I don't see the point of correction before the winter time. Better off getting the winter wax on to protect from harsh weather,salt and grit.
    Spring time full decomtamination with correction if needed.
    My 10p worth :)
     
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  6. The Doctor

    The Doctor Registered User

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    I clay, polish & wax mine every spring & early autumn.
     

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