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Discussion in 'Car Care and Detailing' started by fr-tdi, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. fr-tdi

    fr-tdi Detailing freak!

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    i plan to give the car a belated winter going over and plan the following:

    rinse
    snow foam (left for 5mins)
    rinse
    wash with poorboys super slick and suds II (2 buckets method obv) with lambswool mitt
    rinse
    dry with eurow waffle weave towel
    clayed (bilt hamber)
    autoglym super resin polish
    2 layers of jetseal 109 (30mins apart)
    2 layers of collinite 915 (24hrs apart)
    finished with a quick detailer (zaino Z8)

    winter wheels clayed and sealed with poorboys wheel sealant topped with the colli 915

    (obv trim glass etc etc aswell but im only on about the paint basically lol)

    sound about right?

    thanks folks
     
  2. Jace

    Jace Sneaker Freaker

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    Sounds ok to me, you state

    "2 layers of collinite 915 (24hrs apart)"

    This isnt needed, if you apply the 1st layer & DONT buff off, then spritz with some QD or Z-8 if you wish, & DONT buff off, but then apply a 2nd 915 layer over it,& then buff off you'll be ok.

    The QD acts as a barrier between the 2 layers.

    Spit n shine is the method [B)]
     
  3. Rubbish Boy

    Rubbish Boy Guest

    Process looks good to me. The only things I would say, to save some time and optimise the process a bit.

    1) Clay the car while it's still wet, no point drying it before if you are going to make it all wet again.

    2) 2 layers of Jet Seal and 2 Layers of Collinite, personally I would leave out the Jet Seal and go straight to the Collinite and save some time and product.
     
  4. carew

    carew Active Member

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    What does the collinite do?:confused:
     
  5. fr-tdi

    fr-tdi Detailing freak!

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    its a wax,

    a very very good wax at that :)
     
  6. rye#1

    rye#1 Active Member

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    good advice and looks like a good list,dont really think it would benefit anymore if you jetsealed or not looks/durability wise stick up some pics for us :D
     
  7. fr-tdi

    fr-tdi Detailing freak!

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    will do im still waiting for my HD foam lance so when i get that lol
     

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