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Well after four hours of cleaning I think i got my
to look almost brand new, heres what I did.

Washed with Megs Gold class (2bucket Method),
Dried off using microfibre drying towel,
Polished with AG SRP (left to dry for a bit) swirl marks gone, finally!

waxed with collinite 476s,

Did the wheels with above shampoo,
AG Alloy wheel sealant,
Waxed with Collinite 476s.

Inside done with,

AG ruber and vinyl care and hovered.

Lether was done a month ago using AG Leather cleaner and care cream.

Well worth the hard work but I bet it rains tomoz lol.
 

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Thnaks guys I love it when ist clean but stays like it for 5mins then is covered in
again! Am hoping th wax will make for easier cleaning, might apply a second layer of wax in a couple of weeks to try and get a deeper shine.

GY Assym are being fitted saturday £399 for 4delivered from Camskill, mate fitting all of em for £40 cant wait.
 

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QUOTE(lewis991 @ 9 Nov 2009, 05:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Thnaks guys I love it when ist clean but stays like it for 5mins then is covered in
again! Am hoping th wax will make for easier cleaning, might apply a second layer of wax in a couple of weeks to try and get a deeper shine.

GY Assym are being fitted saturday £399 for 4delivered from Camskill, mate fitting all of em for £40 cant wait.

Nice job there.

The good news is, as you are using good old collinite 476, the dirt will practically fall off with a quick rinse.

Will need try get two or three coats on myself before the bad weather sets in.
 
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