Autoglym is expensive but it last so long and you don't need much each time. A tub of wax lasts me around 4-5 years with 4 cars.
Turtle Wax hydrophobic sealant wax or something like that. In USA/Canada they call it Ice Seal n Shine and gets rave reviews - and is on v2.0 now - but Europe hasn't taken up the name. Nerdy of me, but I suggested to TW they should and they said it's in their plan but they must have several reels of labels to get through. I like it. Easy on/off, good gloss and lasts a long time, but there are now these graphene sprays that are just as easy but have the longevity of ceramics.OZ you'll have to remind me what that hydrophobic spray is that you've used on your car before...
I bought my Combo Tour, drove it back from Chesterfield and MOT'd it almost immediately (part peace of mind, partly I just wanted MOT to fall in May rather than July). Apart from the tyres turning out to be ancient (D'oh! Tread was good but I didn't look at the date codes) a rear spring was broken. OK, the vehicle was unfamiliar to me but I had no clue at all - no audible nor feeling.Changed the gearbox oil on my combo van, whilst jacked up i noticed the front nearside spring is broken, ive ordered a replacement off ebay, i will borrow a pair of spring compressors off my mate and replace it next weekend, i was quite surprised i have not heard it knocking while driving.
I will definitely take a look at those products then, I ran out of the auto glym super resin polish I use so I had to resort to their rapid detailer for the last few weeks
It might be ultra H D wax? Not had to buy any for a couple years now. Their online shop seems as cheaper place as any to get it.I will definitely take a look at those products then, I ran out of the auto glym super resin polish I use so I had to resort to their rapid detailer for the last few weeks
303 do a spray bottle about £23 on ebay (pricey, like their tyre-care stuff but I have the latter and it doesn't take a lot to do its work) and TW is even costlier at £30.Are they easy enough to find and cheap enough? It'd be nice to use less effort to clean the car if dirt practically rinses off!