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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 12:58 am 
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JUst placed an order through his site for some new goody'sfor the beast.
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2 x Poorboy's Micro-Fibre Round Applicator () = £2.90
1 x Meguiar's Lambs Wool Wash Mitt () = £8.95
1 x Poorboy's Waffle Weave Drying Towel () = £8.95
2 x Blu-Velvet Micro-Fibre Applicator Block () = £2.90
1 x Blu-Velvet UltraSoft Micro-Fibre Towel Triple Pack () = £8.95
1 x Polish and Wax Kit - Dark Cars () = £20.95
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Sub-Total: £53.60
Table Rate (Best Way): £4.95
Total: £58.55

Will put up pix of the results when they arrive.

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I just ordered £40 worth of cleaning stuff from gaz's site, recieved it the other day, will see the results at FITP! :D
Also ordered the drying towel as recommended by jono, as i hate chamios (sp) with a passion lol

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And what are your opinions on the drying towel, as I will be ordering one soon?

I too hate chamois' - the real leather get too dirty too quick, and the synthetic ones are poor.

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Ive heard lots of good things about Gaz products, but happy with the megs and Auto glym stuff at the mo!

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JUst placed an order through his site for some new goody'sfor the beast.
------------------------------------------------------
2 x Poorboy's Micro-Fibre Round Applicator () = £2.90
1 x Meguiar's Lambs Wool Wash Mitt () = £8.95
1 x Poorboy's Waffle Weave Drying Towel () = £8.95
2 x Blu-Velvet Micro-Fibre Applicator Block () = £2.90
1 x Blu-Velvet UltraSoft Micro-Fibre Towel Triple Pack () = £8.95
1 x Polish and Wax Kit - Dark Cars () = £20.95
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Sub-Total: £53.60
Table Rate (Best Way): £4.95
Total: £58.55

Will put up pix of the results when they arrive.


Looks like a nice package you have there
Take note of the extra instructions Gaz puts on yer invoice

One thing i dont see is some foam applicators ( unless you have them already ), Gaz told me to use microfibre ones for polishes and foam ones for waxes

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look again jonosi there be 4 applicators ordered lol

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And what are your opinions on the drying towel, as I will be ordering one soon?

I too hate chamois' - the real leather get too dirty too quick, and the synthetic ones are poor.


Havent used it yet, as have been working! Will let you know when i have though! :)

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look again jonosi there be 4 applicators ordered lol


yeah those are microfibre ones

the ones i meant were the foam ones like megs ones

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look again jonosi there be 4 applicators ordered lol


yeah those are microfibre ones

the ones i meant were the foam ones like megs ones


You use these instead of them ones

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look again jonosi there be 4 applicators ordered lol


yeah those are microfibre ones

the ones i meant were the foam ones like megs ones


You use these instead of them ones


im using both on mine depending on which tub of polish/wax i have
Gaz said microfibre ones do a better job with the polishes

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order arrived this morning (only ordered sunday night) wow heres ehat came:

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And what are your opinions on the drying towel, as I will be ordering one soon?

I too hate chamois' - the real leather get too dirty too quick, and the synthetic ones are poor.


Havent used it yet, as have been working! Will let you know when i have though! :)


Used this earlier, amazing! it dries water up soooo quick, deffo recommend it! :)

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Excellent! As soon as money allows, Im ordering some stuff! lol

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I want some thing to make my white shine, toothpaste maybe?!?!? lol!

No really, what the fook can i do to get it to shine a bit more! :_(

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There's a kit on Gaz's site for white cars I was looking at. Problem is Matt white is difficult to get to shine in the day. At night they look gorgeous, but I know what you're saying - I too want something to make it really shine!

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id say buy that kit for white cars...

you need places wheres its shaded and lots of dark colors to get it to reflect well


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