Tag Archives: Gtechniq EXO V2

Gtechniq – How To Videos

Gtechniq use Smart Surface Science to combine micro-abrasive finishing technology coupled with unique bonding elements that team up to produce a truly spectacular result on any painted surface. View Gtechniq’s recently published ‘how to’ guides for some of their most popular products. How to use Gtechniq’s Panel Wipe How to apply Gtechniq C1 Crystal Lacquer How […]

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BMW Alpina B3 S Convertible (E46) Limited Edition (No. 113)

Hearing the word Alpina is good for the soul of any car enthusiast. Alpina is the official BMW tuning company responsible for creating some of the fastest and most desirable cars on the road. To see one in the flesh is a rare sight, and think yourself lucky if you do. UF recently had the […]

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Audi RS3 Sportback – Gloss Enhancement Treatment Plus

The inconspicuous RS emblem on the front and rear of any Audi denotes three things; Power, Speed, Handling. Yes, for years now, Audi have been making their RS-version cars with big horsepower, and while those two letters may not mean anything to the average car user, petrol heads know their fearsome reputation. Add something else to […]

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Range Rover Evoque Dynamic – New Car Protection Treatment

The Range Rover Evoque came along at exactly the right point in time, as the market was opening up to small, luxury SUV’s. There was a clear demand for something smaller and less expensive than the Sport or Discovery, and more stylish than the Freelander, yet still with enough space to be practical. When launched, […]

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BMW 1 Series M135i in Sapphire Black – New Car Protection

Ultimate Finish has long advocated protecting new cars right from the start and this customer was determined to make sure his brand new BMW M135i received the best. With the customer being based overseas, UF collected the car from BMW’s distribution centre and brought it to the Ultimate Detailing Studio for a New Car Protection […]

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New Car Protection – BMW Mini ‘John Cooper Works’

John Cooper and a member of his design team were the first to put an engine in the rear of a race car. This single concept was to be responsible for revolutionising the race scene, from Formula One to American Championship Car racing, also known as Indy Car racing. His idea to put an engine […]

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