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    I`ve read a lot about cleaning products but cant seem to find anything about the best cloths to use, would i be right in saying the microfibre cloths would be ideal with a glass cleaning product such as Mer ??
    I want to go out of this world the way i came in...kicking and screaming and covered in somebody elses blood...

  • #2
    Meg's drying towel is superb for getting water off quickly. To buff off polish, the ones from ASDA are good. Don't buy the tesco ones, they're crap!

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    • #3
      Thanks. i`ll send the Wife tomorrow
      I want to go out of this world the way i came in...kicking and screaming and covered in somebody elses blood...

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      • #4
        Halfords seem to have them on offer a lot too

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        • #5
          jmagee, on 22 September 2013 - 01:07 PM, said:
          Halfords seem to have them on offer a lot too
          Sorry underline is on??cant get it to switch off.. ?? Halfords have it for 6 for 4pounds extra large but asda's are 2 pounds for 6 and there the same size

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          • #6
            Screwfix do microfibre clothes really cheap

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            • #7
              Got 6 for ?2 from Asda....bargain
              I want to go out of this world the way i came in...kicking and screaming and covered in somebody elses blood...

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              • #8
                I'd keep the buckets and replace the sponge with a quality lambswool washmit!!



                Not convinced by this waterless washing. Surely if your car is really dirty then aren't you effectively rubbing the dirt & grit around car?!?!?

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                • #9
                  Surely you'll end up with scratches on the car?

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                  • #10
                    Like the fact that you used someone elses car as a guinea pig!!!



                    Is this what you have used then mate?



                    http://www.ebay.co.u...=item33786d2aa4

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                    • #11
                      You need to get yourself a photobucket account mate and upload it through that.

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                      • #12
                        I used for the first time waterless wash by Megs was very dubious but it seems to work a treat especially if your at a show and dont have the convenience of water .. first time i used it was at the Hull show and the car looked fantastic cleaned and microfibred it then megs polish car was silk to the touch so i knew the car was dirt free.. Have used it a few times since??.... Car at Hull Show :

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                        • #13
                          Looks good Russ.??Had you cleaned it the day before and just had the muck from the M62 to contend with?

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                          • #14
                            Thanks Jon ...Yes but still 94 miles of morning dust and dirt/grime from lorries...

                            I gave my dads Yaris a waterless wash last weekend and it had moss on the windows so it was put to the test and brought the car up gleaming. Even the plastic trim was shiney.

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                            • #15
                              Bit of a run for me .. but am sure other members will take you up on the offer.

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