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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

  • Sealing brand new rims with Poorboys Sealant.
    Hey, I have some brand new alloys and a few weeks until my car arrives, so it seems like now would be a good time to apply some sealant to them before getting the tyres changed over and the wheels fitted to the car. The rims are painted, and I already have bought some Poorboys Wheel Sealant. As they are brand new rims am I right in thinking I can apply the sealant straight to them, theres nothing…
    By: simpler | Views: 143  |  Replies: 4

  • Noob taking the plunge
    Hi I've some light scratching onmy 2011 Mitsubishi ASX black paint that I would like removed. So I've now ordered the DAS6pro. I was thinking of using the Scholl 20s with green hex pads. Would this be a good choice for someone with no knowledge of paint correction. Or what should I be looking at to save throwing money away. Thanks Tony…
    By: acano | Views: 150  |  Replies: 2

  • Gyeon Q2 Can Coat problem
    Beginning to think I've made a huge mistake trying to use Gyeon Q2 Can Coat. I've spent the past couple of weeks cleaning a polishing my TVR using Menzerna 2200 followed by Menzerna 3500. Applied the first coat of Can Coat a small area at a time, buffing off as I went. Aside from a couple of small areas that did not get buffed out fully, it looked good. Left it about 1 1/2 hours and started the se…
    By: number7 | Views: 111  |  Replies: 3

  • Long lasting sealant
    Morning all My sisters car is a right state. She never washes it. She had it washed the other day to find the blue has real bad whitish blue colour on he bonnet and boot. I'm going to cut it back but need some suggestions on what sealant to use to lock in the colour and to stop what I presume is uv damage. Also if it is resistant to the chemicals the washing people use even better. But I can't …
    By: wookie_66 | Views: 140  |  Replies: 1