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Old 01-06-2006   #1
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Thumbs up Keeping your car in showroom condition.

For those who want the best advice and best cleaning products in the world.

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Fantastic site. Sorry if repost.
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As a member of that site I would advise hiding your wallet before joining
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Re: Keeping your car in showroom condition.

I agree.
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Re: Keeping your car in showroom condition.

hahaha, www.zymol.com best products out there and can be brought from my local porsche shop in halesowen, god are they good, unfortunatley expensive. still i got some!
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Quote Originally Posted by Donny XP
hahaha, www.zymol.com best products out there and can be brought from my local porsche shop in halesowen, god are they good, unfortunatley expensive. still i got some!
Saying that Zymol is the best is like saying Hovis is better than Mighty White, everyone thinks their thing is the best. You've got to cut through the marketting and bull and then you'll find they are all much of a muchness.

Most people will probably wash their car once a month, wax it once a year and stop at that. The guys on this site do nothing other than wash, clay, polish, polish again, seal, wax, top.......the results are good but spending days do it is not uncommon.
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Re: Keeping your car in showroom condition.

I joined the forum the other day.
Some very good advice on there and some amazingly clean cars!
Got a long way to go with mine but the outside is looking good now.
Time to start under the bonnet and gets things squeaky clean!!
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Re: Keeping your car in showroom condition.

About time you cleaned that engine bay Dave
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