Taz23-R

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  1. Before I got into detailing I had a BMW 3 series convertible with BMW 313 diamond cut wheels, I was using wonder wheels, it basically ate the lacquer off the wheels, it was all bubbling up etc, all wheels needed a refurb at only 8 months old. You learn from your mistakes though and hopefully our wise words will help others from making the same mistakes. I now know better and have an extensive detailing collection. Also highly recommend wheel Woolies for cleaning your wheels. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I'm from the North East, I got 3M put on the full bonnet, bumper and boot lip. I also got TDI in South Shields to apply Gtechniq Crystal Serum Ceramic coating. DDB Detailing also do the ceramic coating in Newcastle just North of the Tyne Tunnel. The 3M offers good protection from stone chips etc, I have none but mine is showing the odd blemish hear and there when the sun hits it, I thought it would go as it's self healing but it hasn't, the car had a new car detail before it was fitted but the wrapping company seemed to have cause the odd blemish either on the 3M itself or on the paint work when wiping it down ready for the 3M to be fitted, it's also coming away a little under the headlights & a little was hanging down under the lip of the bonnet at the front. If I got a new car again I would just go down the ceramic coating route as I'm going to take off the 3M PPF soon after only 8 months as it's driving my OCD mad but the panels with the ceramic coating look amazing still. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. This is just an iron fallout remover not a dedicated wheel cleaner. I use Autobrite Directs purple rain iron fallout about once every 2 months and just use the dedicated wheel cleaners beitegel or very Cherry none acid to do a maintenance clean. But if you get your wheels sealed with something like Gtechniq just normal cars shampoo should remove the Break dust Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  7. Avoid Car plan wonder wheels at all costs, its acid and destroys alloy wheels. Worst wheel cleaner on the market. Look on Autobrite directs website, the do very Cherry none acid wheel cleaner or Britegel wheel cleaner. Iron X or other iron fallout cleaners aren't dedicated wheel cleaners and should only be used once in a blue moon. Maybe once every 2 months. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  10. Haha no just with you saying you work with 7500 people I do also at the Nissan car factory and thought you may work there also as there a handful of GR7's there Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Was this in the North East of England [emoji1360] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. They normally go for anything from £900-£1200 on here. Depends on the tyre condition. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Not sure if these are pictures of the final car if not it's a hint towards it. Rumours of no more 3dr Golfs due to poor sales also. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. It's all over FB anyway where I got this pic from. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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