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New In from Gyeon

New In from Gyeon

9th March, 2017, No Comments 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

  • Maguires microfiber system.
    Hi guys hope you are very well. I have a question if any of you could please help me? I own a G220 and a DAD 6 pro, I also have the maguires microfiber correction system which is a pink cutting and a black finishing wax. I have used this product before and as most people think it is short of fantastic but I have hit a wall as I would like to change this a little. I am due to correct the paint …
    By: ryan1985 | Views: 147  |  Replies: 7

  • Cleaning Plastic Wheel Trims.
    Today I removed my plastic wheel trims. I cleaned them with Wheel Cleaner, but ended up having to bring them into the house and cleaned them with neat washing up liquid. Nothing else seemed to work. (It took about 2 hours to get the bath cleaned afterwards!!) Now that I have them clean it was my intention to polish them with Meguiar's Ultimate Compound, then wax them with my Bilt Hamber Double Spe…
    By: jocko | Views: 67  |  Replies: 2

  • Issue with Bilt Hamber Double Speed
    I have an issue when using Bilt Hamber Double Speed wax. When I polish it off it leaves a powdery residue which is a pig to get rid off. I spend as long chasing it about the panel as I did polishing! Am I using too much wax in the first place?…
    By: jocko | Views: 201  |  Replies: 10

  • Filthy steel wheels.
    Every time I wash my car (about once a week - 130 miles) the steel wheels and plastic wheel trims are covered in an oily, sticky, residue of brake dust. I have no idea how it is getting there as I am particularly easy on the brakes but it is a pig to remove. Really needs some kind of solvent. Anyone any ideas?…
    By: jocko | Views: 269  |  Replies: 9