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Guide: How to wash your car correctly
« on: June 09, 2010, 21:52:30 PM »
Admins please move to the correct section for me, thanks lol xxx
How to wash a car correctly

This guide may seem a bit noddy to some of you but how many people use the evil car wash at their local garage or inflict their pride and joy to a hand car wash at the illegal immigrant depot behind the local hardware chain store.
 If you do, have a word with your self and hang your heads in shame. The automated car washes are the enemy of car paint , as they are the cause of unsightly swirls, broken aerials and a generally sh*tty job. The hand car washes may seem value for money but have you seen the kit they use, most of the sponges and brushes have seen more action than the back of Pompys net this season and the guys who work at these are not interested about your car as it

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Re: Guide: How to wash your car correctly
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2010, 21:55:34 PM »
Topic placed :)

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Re: Guide: How to wash your car correctly
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2010, 21:57:32 PM »
Can you please place it with the clay guide in bodywork if thats ok as easier to have them together. Thanks for the move tho

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Re: Guide: How to wash your car correctly
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2010, 22:06:35 PM »
Can you please place it with the clay guide in bodywork if thats ok as easier to have them together. Thanks for the move tho

No probs. Sorted now, it's been a long day :)