Discussion in 'Motors' started by wassap, Jun 20, 2008.
Perfect, will invest in some this summer. Much appreciated
How do people wash inner door sills/other paintwork for which the doors/boot/roof need to be open, as obviously I can't spray the inside of the car with snow foam Just a light touch two bucket wash and wipe dry with a towel?
Something like Bilt Hamber Surfex HD with a spray applicator - squirt on, leave a few mins, rinse off, dry. At least that's what I do.
That's what I do, makes sense while you're washing it.
Open said appendage, knock the hose power right down to get rid of the loose then just go over it with my mitt. Rinse off. Dry.
I just wipe my door shuts down with a soapy MF, they never get dirty enought to have to use a hose.
Just use a QD spray on leave a minute and wipe off.
I use a microfibre towel dunked in the wash bucket after I've finished the contact wash over the whole car. Door shuts don't get that mucky normally.
Mine never get dirty (they're waxed which helps), just wash them as part of the wash regime and then after the wash use a QD and a towel to dry.
Guys, need some tips on removing hard deposits from my wheels, the car is less than 12 months old, but having dar alloys has meant i havent been cleaning them as thoroughly as i should have (as i you cant really see the crap), and in the corner of the spokes ive got some buildup that wont shift with my bilt hamber cleaner, so rather than get some acidic wheel cleaner, is there a gentler way of cleaning the crud?
Im after some microfibre clothes, you know for general usage, cleaning glass, dash etc etc
Also i've used up my QD so after some recommendations, Chemical Guys Hybrid and Dodo are the ones ive just been through, anything else out there worth trying?
Try the kirkland ultra plush microfibre cloths
Done and done!
Check out the ragmaster website, always been happy with their cloths. Wouldnt bother with Kirkland, they are poor quality.
You need something wrong, so acidic or alkali. Don't be shy, the stuff gets a bad name because it's used incorrectly, your use is correct. Don't let it dry and you'll be okay.
Listen to this guy, I love RagMasters towels, kirkland are for my engine bay cleaning or exhaust
...And my dogs paws
Exactly, they work out at like 35p a cloth whereas the ragmasters are like £5 but they last. Blue for polish, orange for QD, yellow for wax. Their applicators are epic too.
suppose ill order them as well then
@Hyburnate, Good website Thanks.
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