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In Topic: Paid Members Privalages

18 November 2011 - 06:19 PM

I could imagine a post on this.

"I have fitted my new FOC stickers to my windows and they were perfectly level when applied, unfortunatly my drive way is slopped and now when i park my car on the driver the stickers are not level . Are they faulty ?"



In Topic: Getting The Car Ready For Winter

04 November 2011 - 03:35 PM

Should add, compared to a rotary http://www.cleanyour...r/prod_768.html you are much cheaper, and safer :)

In Topic: Getting The Car Ready For Winter

04 November 2011 - 03:33 PM

This would be a good kit to start on


In Topic: Getting The Car Ready For Winter

04 November 2011 - 10:51 AM


Funny that, my mum mentioned undersealing to me this morning saying my dad used to do it! will deffo be getting that done for the supposedly harsh winter coming!
Well the majority of my cleaning stuff is autoglym, so would you say its best to wax then polish, or two layers of wax? :rolleyes: haha! will sure be keeping a good eye on the car if it is a bad winter! I think i do have a bit of "car OCD" like you said in that other post, but if the cars got a good coat of wax on it shouldnt bother me too much :)

hmmm, might try the buffer out on someone elses car first then haha.

thanks for the advice :) couldnt agree more with the car getting mucky straight away though, mines the same!

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.

In Topic: Winter Detail (Can You Be Too Early?)

02 November 2011 - 10:12 AM

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.