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Meguirs Quik Detailing Spray

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I might be a bit late to the party on this stuff as I normally hate anything that includes the word 'detailing' (it's just good cleaning lol

 

But I tried this stuff the other day to remove dried water spots left after washing the car. Some people use it on a dirty car but I wouldn't risk that. It seems ideal to use between washes if the cars just dusty or been rained on.

 

A few sprays on each panel, wipe in gently with a cloth, leave a few minutes then buff off with a soft cloth. I think it's got wax or polishing elements in it so gives a good shine too.

 

I'd recommend trying it. It's currently got a few quid off at Halford's too.

 

 

 

 

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Might give that a go as I washed my car a work with erm washing up liquid and well she was covered in water spots that became a nightmare to get off... :)

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On 12/08/2019 at 21:01, myimportedbeast said:

Might give that a go as I washed my car a work with erm washing up liquid and well she was covered in water spots that became a nightmare to get off... :)

 

Oh dear - if that was Fairy Liquid you probably haven't got any wax left on the car :D. I keep a bottle of the Meguiar's in my car - nice and handy!

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On 12/08/2019 at 21:01, myimportedbeast said:

Might give that a go as I washed my car a work with erm washing up liquid and well she was covered in water spots that became a nightmare to get off... :)

 

Well, that Fairly Liquid certainly did have lots of salt in it, and salt causes corrosion. I would never user it under any circumstances!

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