Volkswagen Golf VR6 - David Bradley
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Name: David Bradley
Model: Golf VR6
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How David Used Our Products
The first thing I do is hose the car off to remove as many large solids as possible. Then using the "two bucket" method I go at the bodywork with a lambs wool mitt. Making sure to rinse the mitt in the second bucket. I scrub each wheel using a toothbrush.
Then I will towel dry the vehicle with a quality Microfibre drying towel. Once the vehicle is dry I then start the Meguiar's quick clay process all over the vehicle focusing on small areas of each panel at a time. Once this is complete including glass and lights I apply the Poorboys Black Hole show glaze, treating each panel at a individually.
This will then give me the perfect surface to start applying my first layer of Poorboys Blue Wax, doing one full side of the car followed by the opposite in this time my first area will have cured so I will then buff the first side. After buffing I move onto the front and by the time that’s applied the other side will be cured and so on until the whole car is complete.
I will finish that day with an application of tyre dressing on each wheel. The car will then not be moved for 24 hours when it will be rinsed with a hose towel dried and re waxed to finish.