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Peter Wynne

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  1. I watched the forensic detailers review of scholl's s20 - looked impressive! Obviously your car would never get to the point of ever needing that hard a compound the oiliness and lack of dusting looks appealing - I used gyeon's one stage compound recently and it was very dusty.. could be down to my pad cleaning technique which could be better probably. I just spoke to Marc today from polished and waxed. Never realised I had someone who sells loads of detailing supplies literally a stones throw from my house! I'm tempted to try out some of the ZviZZer products he sells. I was hoping he'd convince me that I'd need to buy a new liquid elements polisher, but alas he didn't try to sell me anything - refreshing that he gave me free advice rather than letting me succumb to my urges to spend money on detailing stuff 🤒 (still fancy a new DA tbh...) I had to go out to my garage there to check, but it is definitely Jennychem - I got 5 litres of it last year and still have over 4 litres left. It is good - if a bit watery, I spray onto a sponge and spread it - just a bit easy to drip onto the wheel.. you can never have too many variations of the same product 😄 🙈 I'll probably add this into my next gyeon order. With the cleaning of the wheels - do you find a particular size of your wheel woolies works best? I have the ez detailing brush for the barrels and just a wheel wash mitt for the rest. I like the look of the wheel woolies, just not sure I'd use all three - might try and source a single brush & keep my mitt for the rest of the wheel.
  2. Outstanding results How did you find the Scholl polish? Am looking forward to hearing how you find Gyeon RIM. A bit more of a logistical challenge.. Would you recommend the Tyre express? I still have a load of the jennychem tyre dressing left, is it worth the upgrade?
  3. Great job!! Love the flakes Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Long wait times could be down to this or this. Or Wolfsburg's hiring freeze (for non-electric skilled workers). There are so many variables at play here, we can only guess!
  5. BMW don't do any quality control checks on the indicators, as they're utterly pointless on a BMW - so huge time savings there 😁
  6. Agreed, I had a Peugeot hire car when skiing a couple of years ago.. was really surprised by the cabin, full glass roof (what I would really call panoramic) and even had a heated back massager built into the seat - perfect after a days skiing with a dodgy back! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. I wouldn’t if it’s brand new, just ipa wipe then coat, if the coating is designed for plastic trim. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. Yeah... one of the downsides... mine has been known to squeak from time to time.. pretty big spend for what it is.. others have had the dreaded cracks in the roof surround. Still would look good on lapiz Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Have one in my 7.5, and have ordered for my 8. Love how it looks & function.. must have for me despite the less than favourable Norn Irish weather.. If you’ve ordered a white car - I would say it improves the look a lot.. less so on my black motor.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. With my 7.5 I got that in the first year... then mysteriously - it disappeared..
  11. Welcome along! Nice spec! I ordered early Feb and just received word that my unconfirmed BW has moved forward to BW21. Was 27, then 23.
  12. Love it [emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. Ceramic won't stop chips.. it'll help protect against swirls and small impacts like grit. I've got a small number of tiny chips on my bonnet - I left the ceramic for it's life span and then gave it a fine polish and recoated the whole car in ceramic again when it was 3 years old. PPF will protect against chips, quite a jump in cost.. again worthwhile if you plan on keeping your car for a long time.
  14. Ceramic all the way... Highly recommended! Undercoating - something I've never bother with, unless maybe you plan on keeping the car for 10 years? Wheel hubs are good to get treated - they tend to go off pretty quick..
  15. Some more talk of component shortages; Factory blaze adds to computer chip supply crisis https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-56486242 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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