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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, No Comments 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 ...

CYC Forum - Latest Topics

  • Supagard any good?
    Hi Guys, Ive ordered a new Lexus and went for the Supagard package, but reading some post it appears not rated much by you guys. But I note the posts are old 5 years+, has Supagard been improved as the product I went for has a 5 year guarantee and also includes the wheels and interior of the car. So Im a little confused how their can offer 5 year guarantee if it wears off after 6 months. Thank…
    By: alfa ian | Views: 318  |  Replies: 8

  • Gtechniq Ceramic protection
    Hi, Just a quick question, My car is due to be applied with Gtechniq Crystal Serum professional by Accreditted detailer, Can I use Gyeon Bathe+ and Gyeon Wetcoat as my maintenance wash etc or do I need to use gtechniq products. The car is 2017 Audi A4 Avant in Daytona Grey Pearlescent paint.. What do you recommend?…
    By: baron02 | Views: 225  |  Replies: 1

  • Snow Foam
    Hi All. I have been using snow foam and would like to ask your thoughts. When i snowfoam the car using a karcher jet wash with a karcher spray gun I have the car left with a whitish streaks finish. Im not sure why as I leave it on the car for approx' 15 minutes and wash it off. Some time ago I used to do the same with almost no need to have any manual stimulation and the cars would look ok'ish…
    By: pryddie | Views: 470  |  Replies: 10

  • Best way to remove old wax??
    Hi guys, after for some advice pleased. After picking up my new car thought would spend the weekend giving it a good clean. Started out with the usual clean, clay bar, clean, dodo juice lime prime lite then meguires ultimate wax. The wax was fine for my previous car but for some reason really not come out right on the new car. Although put a thin layer on it was an absolute nightmare to come off…
    By: amijane | Views: 302  |  Replies: 4