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    Meguiars Gold class

    Any tips on the best way to use Meguiars Gold class Products?
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    Use the Gold Class car wash diluted in water
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    For the polish use one of their applicator pads and use roughly a £1 coin size of polish per panel.

    Then use a terry towel to remove.
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    get your brother to do it for you an give him a car for doing it worked for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18 View Post
    get your brother to do it for you an give him a car for doing it worked for me
    Dont have a brother.


    I tryed out the shampo and wax today (dispite the instructions saying USE ON COOL PANNELS) and was throughly impressed, ive got a nice clean car with a shiny bonnet (don't ask), it covered up some of the shallow scratches but shows up the deeper scratches , oh well i had planed on getting the paint work cleaned up this year, just looks like it will be sooner rather then later !

    Keep the tips comming eg best cloths/spounges to buy !
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    me i found that the Gold class wash works very nice with a bit of hot water love the stuff an the NXT one from halfords is also very good buy 3 get 1 free

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    I prefer the gold class wash to the NXT one.
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    I actually brought a selection:

    Gold class wash
    Gold class liquid gloss wax
    Gold class trim detailer
    Meguiars ScratchX remover
    Meguiars Multi purpose microfibre cloth
    Meguiars applicator pad

    And it was all BRILLIANT.

    The wash made a brilliant job of removing dirty and tiding over scratches.
    The scratchX remover is basically a better quality T-cut.
    The trim detailer makes a superb job of tidying up unfinished plastic trim on the car.
    The gloss wax is superb. Easilly applied and easilly buffed off, and leaves a brilliant deep and shiney finish to the paintwork. Definately use the applicator pad with it, they work!

    Last but not least, this will sound stupid, but I recommend anyone to buy there multi purpose microfibre cloth, even though it is £10, it is the best thing I've ever used for buffing off wax, leaves a picture perfect finish!

    <-- my reflecton in the paintwork now.


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    if you have a Home Bargains store near you they do 3 pack microfibres for like 1.99 or something very cheap and they are fantastic, I have absolutely loads of them as they come in handy for so much!

    Or wilko's do a biggish one for 1.99 or 2.99, can't remember. I really couldn't justify the tenner on a meg's one as it'll only do the same job

    One thing I would recommend though is a Sonus drying towel

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PERFECT-SHINE-...QQcmdZViewItem

    Absolutely awesome for drying and less likely to scratch the surface like a shammy will, also it'll dry a whole astra without needing to be rung out, just soaks up all the water!!

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    I've got hundreds of cheapo microfibre clothes.... asda ones, tesco ones, wilko ones, halfords ones, and nothing compares to this one...
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