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  • Best products for cleaning a Black Astra VXR??

    Right, im gonna do i massive online shop for all the bits and bobs i need to clean my car... As title sugests i have a Black Astra VXR and i have no clue what to buy to clean it.

    Iv seen loads of different brand names flying about but would like to get a general overview of what people think are the best products...

    I accept not everyone will agree but i hope there will be a stand out product everyone agrees on.

    Id like to know the best shampoo, wax or sealant, choice of mits etc etc.

    Hope for many responses

    Thanks in advance

    Joe

  • #2
    Originally posted by Rapid - VXR View Post
    Right, im gonna do i massive online shop for all the bits and bobs i need to clean my car... As title sugests i have a Black Astra VXR and i have no clue what to buy to clean it.

    Iv seen loads of different brand names flying about but would like to get a general overview of what people think are the best products...

    I accept not everyone will agree but i hope there will be a stand out product everyone agrees on.

    Id like to know the best shampoo, wax or sealant, choice of mits etc etc.

    Hope for many responses

    Thanks in advance

    Joe
    Ill kick off to wash -

    Snow foam and snow foam attachment for your lance...

    Then

    Dodo Juice Born to be Mild is very good...

    Chem Guys Maxi Suds II is also a winner...

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    • #3
      For the wash process:

      1/ Karcher power washer
      2/ Snowfoam lance and PH neutral snowfoam
      3/ Two buckets with grit guards
      4/ Z y m o l sponge
      5/ Dodo Juice Born To Be Mild shampoo
      6/ Sonus green clay bar
      7/ Dodo Juice Born Slippery clay lube
      8/ Dodo Juice drying towel

      Now do you have a machine polisher or doing it by hand?

      If by hand then:


      9/ Autoglym Super Resin Polish


      If by machine polisher:


      9/ Menz's 3.02 polish with a yellow Lake County cutting pad


      followed by:


      10/ Chemical Guys EZ-creme glaze
      11/ Chemical Guys Jetseal 109

      For the wheels use Bilberry wheel cleaner and for protection use Jetseal 109

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      • #4
        Hes talking rubbish , first you need a hose , id recommend the hoselock wallmounted 25m pro hose.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by vxrmarc View Post
          Hes talking rubbish , first you need a hose , id recommend the hoselock wallmounted 25m pro hose.
          lol, very good. First you need a water supply before the hose, i reccomend Seven Trent, they seem pretty good

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          • #6
            Yea i agree but the drilling company in the first place is more important to gain the source so Olsen drilling would be my recommendation.
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            • #7
              at you pair!

              Ill put the kettle on...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by vxrmarc View Post
                Yea i agree but the drilling company in the first place is more important to gain the source so Olsen drilling would be my recommendation.
                Granted that is an important step but before that you need to find the correct area to drill so i'd reccomend a good land surveyer / geologist.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jay View Post
                  Granted that is an important step but before that you need to find the correct area to drill so i'd reccomend a good land surveyer / geologist.
                  Im yer man im a land surveyor/civil engineer and can analysis soil so nae worries there, i can also design your watermain and secure the planing! - No ive just recked the crack havent i!

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