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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:28 pm 
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i can get this stuff from work. they charge £300 to apply it to new cars, apparently it stops crap sticking to the paint and all you have to do is rinse the car off to get the shine back?

good or bad? i might buy some (£30 :lol:) just for the carry case for all my cleaning stuff

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:45 pm 
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lowsi... you read my mind... almost :lol:

in car places with gemma over ther weekend.. looking at 107.. i was this and was like hmmmmmm

anyone heard of it then?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:46 pm 
we didnt see it when we were looking at the 107... :P we saw it when we went to the other car dealer ;)

Oh and lowsi... the sign said you dont have wax the car for 3 years or something... :?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:49 pm 
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it must be wonder polish, theres a whole range and i can get it cheap.
but gaz doesn't sell it so it cant be that good :lol:

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Supaguard is like a very tough polish/glaze, used to use it all the time at Merc and Porsche dealerships I worked at, it helps stop bird poo and tree sap clinging to the paint work and therefore damaging it, it was also very effective at reducing fading on solid colour vehicles. If you're going to use it on older paint work I'd recommend a full valet including clay, then use supaguard, should be good for three years as long as you use the aftercare pack. If you're applying to an older, solid coloured car I'd also recommend getting the car "mopped" to bring the colour up to spec, keep Supagourd off plastic, it stains like a mofo, wonder wheels from the same company is great at reducing the cling of brake dust and I would deffo recommend the interior protection kit, melted choco bar on the seat.? just wipes off, lovely. :chill:
Oh and finally, don't wash the car for two weeks after, it's still curing up to then and don't use Megs deep clean body shampoo, been known to "pull" off the Supaguard. Any questions?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 8:01 pm 
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My mum had that stuff on her Hyundai, all she had to do was Rise the car to wash it, no shampoo or mitt etc!

But when that ran out i bought her this

http://www.motor-world.co.uk/show_prod. ... d_id=11538

Works just aswell, just need to apply every couple of months, alot cheaper than 300 notes! :insanity:

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