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What cleaning products do you use most?

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I recently started a website selling Car Care Products. The shop is very small at present and want to increase choice. As the title suggests, what do you use most of so I can stock stuff that people would buy?

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Zaino for me, I've not used anything they make that hasn't been anything other than excellent. 

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I'm pretty sure the Mrs uses stuff like Cif, Fairy and Mr Muscle.

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Zaino for me, I've not used anything they make that hasn't been anything other than excellent. 

Thanks CarMad

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That's a nice subtle advert.  I thought that was prohibited on here?

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Subtle is good advertising. It's also a good way to protect your intellectual property, PM me for further details :roflmao:

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That's a nice subtle advert.  I thought that was prohibited on here?

Just after people's views thats all. My signature picture was done on my phone and didn't realise it was so big! I have removed it now.

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Don't mind too much if someone has been around for a while if they want to advertise a little. 

 

But I don't expect to need to upgrade my monitor to see the advert in all of its glory. Can we have something far far smaller please. +++

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CarMad, as mentioned above, looked fine on mobile and now looked on PC I see your point!

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unfortunately my main cleaning products consist of Persil, Fairy liquid and bleach.   I have been promised some snow foam for xmas but if anyone thinks I'm going to attempt to clean a black car they can whistle (while they wait for their dinner :P  :grin:  :roflmao:

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My cleaning products consist of a text message to a detailer saying "Can you get the car in today?" :roflmao:

 

That's where it is right now.

 

However, were I looking to buy products I'd probably keep some decent leather cleaner handy. 

 

I must admit I am loathed to do anything else because of a lack of time and also not wanting to completely wreck Jet Black paintwork with my 'questionable' detailing abilities. :roflmao:

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New car is extensively detailed in GTechniq products, so I now use GWash, and slowly trying their other products.

Having experienced the slick finish of C1 and Exo v2 combo, I won't be going back to conventional polish and wax products again.

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GTechniq is what has been used on the 5 and our X6.+++

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Interesting to see how many different products people use and some I have not heard of. Thanks 

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Good luck with the venture!

 

Me?  I use* £5 worth of man, water, bubbly stuff, electricity and some wash on-off polish

 

Then I might use autoglym with my own hands for additional polishing.  Oh, some wierd meguirs spray that you then wipe off.

 

 

 

 

* use = give to men at my local 'manual wash' facility  :grin:

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GTechniq is interesting; anyone know how easy it is to apply yourself?

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The video's  online seem to show its easy wipe on wipe off process, but as always its all in the prep.

 

I was lucky enough to buy the car done, but would probably get a detailer to do it first time around and then maintain it. In heavy rain the car practically washes itself/ it just repels dirt and water.

 

C2v3 goes on like a water mist and bufffs off. its so quick, i use it to top up the wheels, even if not intended for them.

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