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    rough detail

    am planning on getting two cars ready for the winter weather next week my sri astra and a friends mk3gsi turbo. could anyone please advise of the best measures to take after washing and drying and what products to use. asap if possible.
    clay then polish? what clay bar, what polish?

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    very short step by step: wash, clay, re-wash, dry, polish, wax

    Oh and you can't go wrong with collinites 476s for durability over the winter!

    Sonus green clay for is mild and perfect. any harder clays may inflict marring which would need polishing out.

    Do you have a mchine polisher?

    and you can get everything from here: www.cleanyourcar.co.uk next day delivery most of the time

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    i dont have a machine polisher.collinites 476 after polishing n waxing?

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    colinite is the wax mate
    astra coupe bertone on 18" pro race 1.2s now on coilovers

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    throw some jetseal 109 on before the collinite cant go wrong

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