I wouldnt even suggest any of the crap they sell in halfrauds, get it from serious performance or from Autopia.com. Not many people know this but I used to valet cars for a living, having worked for Sytners & Merlin in Nottingham,so I know my waxes, Oh yea, & my baby was featured in the meguiars web site last Feb too
I ve been using megs stuff and find it very good but have been thinking of trying p21s as the gold class is about to run out.
There are a lot of seagulls where i work and the sods use our motors for target practice and im allways running out into the carpark with a damp cloth to remove asap.I'm looking for a polish with good protection.
Swissol (www.swissol.co.uk) gets my vote. Products are easy to use and give excellent results. Although impressed with the shinyness, it was the durability/protection I was after & Swissol is the best i have used so far.
Each to their own as they say though.
Markie you have a great paint colour to start with, it will come up sparkling once you've given it a good clean/wax. PS don't foget to use a clay bar in your paintwork preparation schedule.
I think it is all pretty similar, however its just finding some!
I know the clearkote stuff is pretty expensive, I used 3M cleaning clay, however that was from a Group Buy by "polo GTI / Josh". The megs stuff is alot cheaper at about 12 quid I think, but the quantity is less.
Just looked on teh serious website, looks as if he has some generic stuff quite cheap, try some of that first. 1 bar will last you a long time as long as you dont drop it on the floor. Infact, I would buy 2! looks good, think I will get some of that next time.
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