I spent a couple of hours waxing my car on Sunday, Quite pleased with the results, really bought out the green in the Melanite Black. I think this is the first time I have waxed any car for 10 years, MB Ownership must be having an effect on me :)
PIcked my car up last thursday gave it a good clean over the weekend
Started by claying the whole car using claybar + auto glym rapid detailer
Followed by a coat of Meguires step 2 polish
Then followed by Dodo juice wax
Heres some pictures , paintwork is so smooth now !
Just spent 2hours this afternoon washing and the waxing her, my wife thinks I'm mad.. I say she's probably right, but the state of the roads just recently with the salt and spray has drove me mad.. So it had to be done , now all tucked away in the garage nice and dry..
Hi All Detailed my car today took 8 hours. Used the following :
Meguiars Gold Class Car Wash
" " Easy Clay
" " Orbital Polisher
" " 2 x Polishing velcro pads 2 x finishing velcro pads
" " step 1 - Deep crystal paint cleaner
" " Step 2 - Deep crystal...
Finally got round to washing claying and waxing, I had to fill up so while I was there I popped into Tesco underground car park…;)
Just in time too as it just started to rain as I pulled out of the car park…:rolleyes:
Just got to get the front bumper resprayed and the insert back to...
It's a year old car, that's been waxed several times. As the Diamondbrite stuff is supposed to bond to the paintwork, I assume that if the car's been waxed, it'll bond to the wax?
Therefore, do I need to T-Cut (or similar) that wax off first?