Volvo S40 T5 - Kamran Aslam - Winner August 2015
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Name: Kamran Aslam
Model: S40 T5
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How Kamran Used Our Products
After weeks and weeks of miserable weather finally got a nice day, up nice and early to spend the day with the car. Started off by mixing BH auto foam (300ml), BH surfex HD (100ml) and BH auto wash (10ml). Rinsed the car with a pressure washer and applied foam mixture through a snow foam lance, left for 10mins until foam mixture ran off and rinsed off the vehicle.
Washed the car using 2BM with Meguiar’s Lambswool wash mitt and BH auto wash, rinsed and dried. Applied BH Korrosol to affected areas and tough stains agitated where necessary, washed off and dried with meguiars water magnet drying towel.
Washed wheels using BH auto wheel waited for the product to do its thing agitated where necessary, rinsed wheels and they were left spotless.
With a fresh bucket filled with Meguiar’s gold class shampoo soaked the farecla G3 clay mitt, wet the car using a pressure washer, shampoo applied with soft side of mitt and then reversed to carry out the clay, repeated process doing one panel at time until whole car was done including the windows, rinsed and dried.
Although the clay mitt done a decent job the car was not as smooth as I wanted. Went onto clay the car using BH auto clay (Soft) with Meguiar’s gold class quick detailer as a lubricant, car now smooth as glass and ready for the next step.
Went round the car using BH cleanser polish doing one panel at a time buffed off now ready for the waxing. Final part of the paintwork protection applied a coat BH finis wax.
Cleaned windows using Meguiar’s perfect clarity glass cleaner and protected with a coat of Rain X rain repellent.
Alloys wheels waxed using Meguiar’s deep crystal step3 carnauba wax puts a nice shine on the alloys and sealed with Autoglym alloy wheel seal. Finally sprayed on Meguiars hot shine tyre spray to bring the tyres up.
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