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The Complete Detailing Guide...

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Re: The Complete Detailing Guide...

Post30 Oct 2011 02:20

Hey guys,
I'm not sure how old this thread is but none of the links on here work ;S I've tried searching for that website as well and I can't seem to find it anywhere. Are you guys still in business? Lol and have you got a website? I'd be very interested in buying a lot if not all of the products you've mentioned but can't see how. Can someone help?
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Post30 Oct 2011 09:05

CovGTBM_11 wrote:Hey guys,
I'm not sure how old this thread is but none of the links on here work ;S I've tried searching for that website as well and I can't seem to find it anywhere. Are you guys still in business? Lol and have you got a website? I'd be very interested in buying a lot if not all of the products you've mentioned but can't see how. Can someone help?


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Yes they went down the tubes which we all thought might be on the cards.
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Thanks for your help guys :D I've ended up buying nearly all Dodo Juice ! I've bought everything (I think) that I should ever need haha, just hope ive made the right choices
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Re: The Complete Detailing Guide...

Post09 Sep 2012 19:56

This is a great guide. Felt right at home with my two buckets (though I got mine from B+Q for £1 each rather than £15 from halfrauds) and successfully, I think, Washed, Clayed and waxed my new car (pics in the newbie section). I ended up using a lot of meguair's stuff as it was to hand in Halfords.

Can't stress enough how good massive microfibre cloths are. Again B+Q had some cracking ones for about £4 on a 3 for 2 offer.

Also if someone comes up with a multipack of small microfibre clothes than come at least 10 in a pack I would definetly buy a set!!
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Post10 Sep 2012 17:56

Roachy wrote:Also if someone comes up with a multipack of small microfibre clothes than come at least 10 in a pack I would definetly buy a set!!


You get the likes of that in Costco from time to time I believe, although really why you need that many for personal use at a time when a few good quality ones chucked in the wash after use work just fine.
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Post10 Sep 2012 18:12

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although really why you need that many for personal use at a time when a few good quality ones chucked in the wash after use work just fine.


I find I need one for cleaning the wheels and one for drying them, one for the glass, one for applying trim protector, one for cleaning the dash/interior - and then the misses pops out and wants me to clean her car so I need a fresh set for that!

Also they are useful for all sorts of stuff around the house. But I agree washing them and reusing them works - but the 3 that I have just aren't enough!
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Post26 Feb 2013 10:55

I learn a lot about detailing when reading the discussion above.. Thanks for this post, this is very valuable... :thumbup:
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Post15 Jul 2016 15:25

well this is very helpful, I salute you sir for this post!
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If you say me details about a car speakers the it will be very helpful for me.
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