Ford Mondeo ST200 - Ronnie Kennedy
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Name: Ronnie Kennedy
Model: Mondeo ST200
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How Ronnie Used Our Products
I have bought this car to be my next show car, she is an ST200 saloon 83/300 saloon so getting quite rare.
I started my day with a full wash using my Karcher car pressure wash and snow foam, then once sprayed off giving her a good wash and shampoo using my UF buckets and grit catchers. I then used my Clay cloth, this can be used for 50 washes rather that a clay bar that is use and throw away. For this I used warm soapy water as a lube.
Once this was done I shampooed the car off using the UF buckets with grit catcher. I then as I always do used my Meguiars 3 step polish system. I swear by this and always seem to use it when detailing a new car or several times during the show season with my other car an ST220.
Once this was done I used by black hole polish, I love this stuff it is so easy to put on and remove without any chalk or grease.
Sounds strange to some but I then use NXT followed by Blue Velvet. All applied using the small Meguiars applicators and then polished off using my 12" rotary polisher.
Once the exterior and tyres were cleaned I moved to the inside, using Meguiars leather cleaner on the seats, removing the front seats I hoovered out the whole car, I find this a good way to do things as so much ends up down the sides of the seats and under them. Prior to putting the seats back I cleaned all the plastics and interior trim.
I then cleaned the windows using the only Autoglym product I like, the car class polish, inside and out.
Final job was the engine bay using paint brushes, plastic trim cleaner and poor boys black hole on the upper inlet manifold.
Alloys were cleaned with NXT metal polish as well as the exhaust trims.
I then used the Meguiars plastic trim cleaner on all widow and exterior plastic.
The car was then put back in the garage under a full car cover.