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New In from Gyeon

New In from Gyeon

9th March, 2017, 1 Comment on New In from Gyeon

Gyeon are certainly making some noise in the detailing world, we’ve got 5 new Gyeon products in this week that are definitely worth another look. For outstanding pre-coat surface prep, ...

5 to try

5 to try

16th January, 2017, No Comments on 5 to try

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Monster Microfibre

Monster Microfibre

3rd February, 2017, 1 Comment on Monster Microfibre

The range of towels from Monster Microfibre means that you can dry, buff, clean and detail safely. For those fiddly jobs that need a more dextrous towel, there is the ...

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  • Exterior Gloss Black Trim
    Hi all Can anyone please advise me on polish and pads to get rid of the scratches on the gloss black trim on the B pillars and around the rear quarter windows. My car is a hyundai santa fe ,the wifes is a seat ibiza and I also need to correct an evoque I have tried Lime Prime on a 3inch pad (softest i could find) but it didnt get rid of the deeper scratches and in direct sunlight i havent made muc…
    By: sonshine | Views: 41  |  Replies: 1

  • help
    hi guys just a quick one,what is the best air comp to use with a tornador black,also ive got a job cleaning out house box lorrys where the horse poo is solid any help on getting this clean would help,poo is dryed beed there weeks even mths thanks guys…
    By: waterless | Views: 41  |  Replies: 0

  • are cheap shampoos safe?
    I guys, I recently brought some cheap, unbranded car shampoo, to use for door shuts ,sills, alloys and tyres. it was 2 for a litre and was from home bargains. think its called "CAR KLEEN SNOW FOAM". anyway, when I came to use it, it produced lots of suds {I know suds don't do anything, but I prefer them}, and the water was very slippy/well lubricated. i would say more slippy/lubricated …
    By: dis | Views: 174  |  Replies: 1

  • Why dont people seem to bother with a wheels rinse bucket?
    Well i didnt even know what the 2 bucket method was a month ago. Now i got the standard 3 buckets for wash/rinse/wheels, but im thinking why not have a wheels rinse bucket?? Ive got black painted shiny Rota wheels. First time i used the 3 buckets method and some new wheel whoolies and brushes i ended up with a little bit of light scratching/hazing on the deep dishes where i used the brush and the…
    By: ad5 | Views: 190  |  Replies: 1