MG ZR - Adam Needham
Entered for the January 2009 competition.
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Name: Adam Needham
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How Adam Used Our Products
First task I did was to go around all the wheels and arches with a degreaser mixed 5:1 to remove any stubborn dust or grime before I started and left to soak for 10 minutes.
While it was left to soak for 10 minutes I prepared the Gilmour Foamaster II Pro Foam Gun for use with 1 part Ultimate Snow Foam, 1 part shampoo and the rest warm water,
Once I was happy with the amount of time with the degreaser soak time I thoroughly rinsed all the wheels and arches. Then came the stage of foaming up the car with the Gilmour Foamaster II Pro Foam gun. Then once again the foam is left to dwell for 10 minutes
Once it has been foaming for 10 minutes I rinsed it with the good old pressure washer and the prepared my washing buckets 2 bucket's of course1 bucket rinse with grit guard and one with shampoo. Now that the car was ready I started the wash on the wheels.
I then moved onto the car paintwork itself and started washing with the 2-bucket method and a trust wash mitt. Now that the car was washed 1st time over and rinsed it was time to dry, which was done using the patting method.
By this stage the car was washed once again and then dried again and once it was dried I applied a coat of Auto Glym super Resin Polish then after that was removed a coat of wax was applied.