I'm not alone then, only the other day I was in my garage wondering where to start with tidying all the cleaning products I've got in there. It's getting to the point where I need a filing system for it all, or maybe I should just throw out all the stuff that I know is pants and have kept just because the bottle is over half full.
The trouble is I keep reading on forums about all these great products and think, hm I'll give that a try and so I end up with stacks of half used bottles. 
Then there's Christmas gifts and so on, for instance I got the Williams kit last year off the wife with a stack of stuff in it then there was a Autoglym valet kit when I got my R and had it 'Lifeshined' and I already had a stack of autoglym stuff in the garage anyway so I haven't even opened that one yet. Maybe I should have a garage sale.[:I]
You can never have too many valeting products,it means youve always got an excuse to play with the car! Ive always found Autoglym to be consistently superb,whichever product. I own my own valeting company,and ive tried virtually everything on the market,but for ease of use,end product,and a finish that last's,Autoglym is definitely one of the best. I find that if you polish your car with Super resin polish,you should leave the polish on for about 30 mins,then remove with a microfibre cloth,finally treating with Extra Gloss Protectant-leave for about 2 hours-usually looks mint! Paul.
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