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9th February 2017 11:11
Chris Ours
Love the new front end
Full detail by 'ChrisRS Valet & Detailing' ......with Power Maxed sealant and Tsunami SiO Wax

9th February 2017 10:41
freestyler71 i had the choice of the new shape or the older one and i just didnt like the front end on the new one, subjective i know but i think the styling of the front end on my 2014 plate car just looks meaner if thats a word, the chevron grill and front bottom valance just looks way better than the new front

13th March 2016 20:58
Gwyn Thanks for that I have made a note of it, will give it a try when I have used all the otherone, though it lasts for months, only have to use it very occasionaly
13th March 2016 20:50
Chris
Oh!Not something I would use..but if you like it........
If I may suggest...
Get some Power Maxed Sealant...It will give the white paint a lovely shine and it can be applied to a wet car and its very durable too
http://www.powermaxed.com/clean-your-car/sealant
13th March 2016 20:42
Gwyn I rinsed and shampooed and then used Greased LightningShowRoom Shine, have used it for some years now.



But not the one that for some reason links the above to a different product
Edited by: Gwyn
13th March 2016 20:33
Chris
TBH ..This patting dry thing is not really necessaryI've tried both and prefer a wipe. Its quicker and no less safe IMO
What LSP (Wax or Sealant) did you use?
13th March 2016 14:59
Gwyn I took my time as suggested even bought a microfibre towel and 'patted' the whole car dry with it, once the neighbours stopped laughing at me they were impressed.........they must have been.....they asked me when I was going to do it again so they could show some friends.
Edited by: Gwyn
13th March 2016 14:48
Gwyn No good at this blocking numberplate thingy

13th March 2016 14:30
J306TD Looking good.

Erm has the driver of the black C1 ran over someone?
13th March 2016 14:13
Chris
Very very nice
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