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  1. Little Orange Spots & Tar

    Let us know how you get on with it! Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  2. Little Orange Spots & Tar

    If it's rail dust keep your car waxed so they don't bond well with the surface paint, a good clay bar should work to help remove them. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  3. Newbie

    Cheers Derek Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  4. Little Orange Spots & Tar

    Hi , autoglym have a good tar remover, and also if you use warm water with the shampoo and the back of most hand mits have a mesh like side to them that skims across the paint removing anything that would generally stick up off the paint (just be carefull as to not put too much pressure) . I generally pin point the areas around the car that need doing first,then use two bucket method for the rest of the car. I'd try the warm water and shampoo before buying any product . Orange spots are generally dead bugs that need removing as they can release chemicals that can harm the paint . Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  5. Newbie

    Cheers James. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  6. Newbie

    Hi all, just collected 14 plate focus zetec s 1.6 115ps diesel. I've previously owned a focus mk2 in the states but had to get rid of it due to a recent move back to Ireland. I had a bmw 1 series sitting in the drive while I was away it just didn't stand close to the focus in my opinion so got a great deal with a trade in. I have to say I'm really impressed with all the mods I've seen so far and the friendly atmosphere on the site . Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC