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      03-17-2011, 03:15 AM   #45
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I've still got half a pot of the Poorboys but can't see myself using it.
I'm going with both, I still have the PB, so I'll put some on followed by the PP.
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I'm going with both, I still have the PB, so I'll put some on followed by the PP.
Now that is what I call keen!

Got a detailer coming today to hopefully polish out a couple of scratches. My wife thinks I'm slightly mad!

Clayed the rear of the car yesterday then Zaino'd it - proper mirror finish.
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My Wheel Shine and applicators turned up yesterday, nice speedy delivery. I have my summer wheels sitting ready to go back on very soon, plished them last weekend and topped with a coat of Autoglym High Gloss Protection, a coat of Wheel Shine on top should leave them looking good.

Then I need to tackle the X5 wheels, they are still on the car so not so convenient but will have a go anyway.
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Now that is what I call keen!

Got a detailer coming today to hopefully polish out a couple of scratches. My wife thinks I'm slightly mad!

Clayed the rear of the car yesterday then Zaino'd it - proper mirror finish.
Sounds good Matt, and we will of course require pics.

If you get the chance, take some of the car too

I'd never question the wife, certainly not yours, have you considered that she might be very, very near the truth?
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She is always right - that is the fundamental rule of marriage.

And getting a detailer to polish what (to her) looks like a pretty spotless and very shiny car is definitely a bit bonkers.
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Zaino Z2 followed by Z5 then the sealant is a winning combo on the carbon black-awesome stuff!
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Flaming shiny man didn't appear (that's the Cornish work ethic for you!) so thought sod it and clayed (for the first time) and Zaino'd it up anyway.

Ignore the mostly hated wee wheels and the SE looks and enjoy the SHINYNESS!





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I had Nanolex Pro Sealant applied to mine by my detailing guy here:

http://www.detailingparadise.com/for...ead.php?t=2746

He recently applied Zwisswax Autobahn to the wheels here:

http://www.detailingparadise.com/for...ead.php?t=2826

If you have the money for these products there are great.
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