Tip Job

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by A250 Bennyboy, May 28, 2017.

  1. A250 Bennyboy

    A250 Bennyboy Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    My tips was looking a bit shabby and a job I didn't fancy doing :eek:
    Sorry after getting on my tips for quite some time I decided to give them a clean:rock:
    Some before pic's
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    And some pic's after a good scrub :p
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    And whilst I was at it i did the plastic trim back to black as well:cool:
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    Cheers
    Ben :thumb:
     
  2. clk320x

    clk320x MB Club Veteran

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    Thought you made a typo on the title, thought you were meant to say top job haha

    Brilliant job ! Didn't use any special cleaner for the chrome?
     
  3. OP
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    A250 Bennyboy

    A250 Bennyboy Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    And I de-badged the rear end, makes washing it so much easier :p

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    Cheers
    Ben :thumb:
     
  4. OP
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    A250 Bennyboy

    A250 Bennyboy Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Can't beat a good tip jobbie on a Sunday lol I wish :p
     
  5. Gazi

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    Looking good
     
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