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Old 16-02-2013, 10:49   #1
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Today's the day. Not washed the car for weeks and weeks, it is a murky grey/white with a thick line of dried dust/dirt/salt where the spoiler joins the boot, the wheels are black.

Lets see how good the A glaze is now!

Only trouble is I dont have access to hose pipe anymore so it will be by watering can and a bowl. It takes ages!
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You didnt pay for that as extra did you, waste of money all these sealant crap the dealer flog to you, there ok if the car is prepped properly but they never do, need pics of your car not seen it yet
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You didnt pay for that as extra did you, waste of money all these sealant crap the dealer flog to you, there ok if the car is prepped properly but they never do, need pics of your car not seen it yet
I did based on the hyundai was coated with something that we paid for, cant remember what it was but that was brilliant. Nothing stuck to it, it could be really dirty, give it a rinse and then clean.

The A glaze on the MG6 I am not too happy with and wouldn't get it again, supposed to just be able to rinse with a jet wash and be clean but it looks exactly the same, so have to wash properly.

Photo's of the car here:- https://forums.xpowerforums.com/showthread.php?t=61294 post 29.
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Today's the day. Not washed the car for weeks and weeks, it is a murky grey/white with a thick line of dried dust/dirt/salt where the spoiler joins the boot, the wheels are black.

Lets see how good the A glaze is now!

Only trouble is I dont have access to hose pipe anymore so it will be by watering can and a bowl. It takes ages!
...........get one of those garden preasure sprayer things,hold around 8-10 litres might help?.
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