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About Gazjs

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    Area Rep: Central and North Scotland (Detailing Obsessive)
  • Birthday 05/24/1990

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    Fiesta Mk 6 Facelift
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  1. Happy Birthday Gazjs!

  2. Should add, compared to a rotary you are much cheaper, and safer :)
  3. This would be a good kit to start on
  4. Defiantly do not polish after waxing. All this will do it remove the wax you have just put on. Two layers of wax is always a good idea, it will fill in the holes that have been missed by the first layer. As for a machine polisher, go for it, start off with a DA rather than a rotary and you will find it extremely extremely hard to cause any damage with it.
  5. Start early as possible. I have most of my prep done, wheels sealed etc and will probably lay down the sealant this weekend. You can always top up just before the weather really starts to get bad.
  6. Welcome :)
  7. Welcome :)
  8. Welcome :)
  9. Have brought the time issue to others attention. I noticed the site was down earlier also, not sure why though.
  10. Just to clarify, Mark Forum As Read should only remove the orange boxes and bold writing that say you haven't read the new post. On clicking does the situation mentioned remain?