Volkswagon Golf - Kieran Danby
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Name: Kieran Danby
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How Kieran Used Our Products
To start with I sprayed the car with Bilt-Hamber Korrosol. I am always surprised at how much brake dust and metal ends up on the bonnet and boot, even after a week so I love to see the effect this has.
I also sprayed the wheels with Korrosol before I washed them using Valet PRO Bilberry Wheel Cleaner. To get between the spokes of the alloy wheels I used a long reach wheel brush. I thought black wheels would be easier to keep clean! To help keep brake dust to a minimum I use Poorboy’s Wheel sealant which also helps to give them a shine.
Then the car was rinsed off. Next, I sprayed the door shuts, seals and panels with Bilt-Hamber Surfex HD and rinsed after cleaning the panel gaps and trim with the Sash Brush.
I then washed the whole car with Gtechniq G-Wash using a Microfibre Madness Incredimitt and by following the Two Bucket Method. I cannot believe that I only used to use a sponge and a bucket!
After using the Bilt-Hamber Auto Clay Bar and rinsing off with an open ended hose, I dried the car using a soft Gtechniq Zero Scratch Microfibre Drying Towel and cleaned any old wax and polish using the Panel Wipe.
I use the Super Resin Polish to keep the appearance of swirls to a minimum. I used the SRP on the whole car and followed up with the R222 Carnauba Paste Wax which I layered twice.
After a quick clean of the glass and interior trim I finished off with the Bumper and Trim Gel, wheel sealant, T1 Tyre N Trim for the tires and treated the inside of the arches and rear axle with Chemical Guys Bare Bones.