KKV wrote: »
Speaking of wet-vacs. How do these boyos work and are they only the 'bees knees' on fabric seats? (ie; can you use it elsewhere on the car?).
Can't quite picture what a 'wet vac' is in my head. Are there any worrth while alternatives to a wet-vac?
MetzgerMeister wrote: »
Polish goes on before wax so applying polish over wax is like putting your boxers on over your pants.
You'll still have the protection underneath the layer of polish but the whole thing is a waste of time.
deaglan169 wrote: »
so what would be best as i dont feel car needs the full works again yet, would 2bm and quick detailer be best, the point i was trying to put forward since car is waxed and mostly still protected polishing would only strip the wax already applied would it not?
Stheno wrote: »
Lads, I've a question.
Meant to do it last year, but the OH got rid of that car.
Now he has a 00 E Class with a few scrapes, and manky seats.
We've a local firm who will do a great job according to my mech who recommends them
Sound like a good anniversary present?
vectra wrote: »
My standard procedure now is.
Use faom Lance.
While foam is dwelling I blow a half container of diluted apc through it and put it away. Seems to be foaming better than ever.