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Old 17th January 2008, 02:24   #31
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i stay away from the stalls at petrol pumps. i currently use "Pearl" from Wynns. it is TPFE based. been using it since 1 1/2 yrs, works good, lasts long.
it's a bit tough to put on and polish off, but worth it.

will click a picture if anyone wants to see it.
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Old 17th January 2008, 11:09   #32
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Any good place in Chennai for the polish or detailing..?
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Old 17th January 2008, 11:38   #33
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i stay away from the stalls at petrol pumps. i currently use "Pearl" from Wynns. it is TPFE based. been using it since 1 1/2 yrs, works good, lasts long.
it's a bit tough to put on and polish off, but worth it.

will click a picture if anyone wants to see it.
ok click some pics and where did u get it ?
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Old 17th January 2008, 13:59   #34
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ok click some pics and where did u get it ?
ok, will get pics in some time, i picked it up from Car Raunaq, Sector 16.
he has some good car care products.
i met you at the meet bro,
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Old 17th January 2008, 14:20   #35
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i met you at the meet bro,
yup,u got it

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Old 21st January 2008, 23:02   #36
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Has anyone tried the sonax range of products,I heard that they are extremely good.
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Old 25th January 2008, 18:52   #37
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Today based on the appointment I booked they came on time and did very good job, charged 748/- rs for my Innova looked very professional and decent. They use waxpool, 3M products and also Eurekha forbes vaccum cleaner, buffing machine.

Quality of the work is good and they have very good knowledge!

If you want to see my shining Blue Innova do make it to TBHP Meet @film city in bangalore tomorrow morning 9:30AM.

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Ravi.

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Old 25th January 2008, 19:34   #38
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Default 3M detailing.. Delhi NCR

I've seen this come up more than a couple of times.. so will add to the chant

anyone ?? Know know of a 3M car detailing in the Delhi NCR region.. ?

Any other good ones will also do.. as long as they are close to the professionalism and results being talked about by the luckier ones with their posh 3M centers in Bangy and Mumbai
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Old 2nd February 2008, 22:58   #39
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Turtle Wax Ice range seems to be the best of the lot

Use the Liquid Clay Bar / Liquid Polish and Detailer combo and the output !!

http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/9025/img0430mx0.jpg

excellent finish. i just love the liquid feel of the car.

Where can one get turtle products in mumbai. what is the price range...
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Old 4th February 2008, 11:50   #40
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I wax my Ikon every fortnight with Tutrle wax paste with f1 dash spary and STP tyre spary...

Trutle work cool , but the white residue that paste wax is at times irritating, however all waxes have this nature.

Seen turtle product that claims to make no such white residue but is priced more than 1000rs..
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Trutle work cool , but the white residue that paste wax is at times irritating, however all waxes have this nature.
3M liquid wax doesn't have this white residue problem. Any excess on the rubber parts can be easily wiped off. I used formula1 wax and 3M liquid wax. I could not tell much difference between the finish offered by both. But 3M is so much easier to work with.
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Old 24th December 2008, 01:24   #42
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I wax my Ikon every fortnight with Tutrle wax paste with f1 dash spary and STP tyre spary...

Trutle work cool , but the white residue that paste wax is at times irritating, however all waxes have this nature.

Seen turtle product that claims to make no such white residue but is priced more than 1000rs..
From where did you buy your Turtle products in Hyderabad?
Also where can I get the 3M exterior treatment done in Hyderabad?
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I use the Amway range. I think this would be the easiest to procure and it has given me fantastic results.

Now looking for some Meguiar's products to see if the pricetag matches the stuff inside.
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I use the Amway range. I think this would be the easiest to procure and it has given me fantastic results.

Now looking for some Meguiar's products to see if the pricetag matches the stuff inside.
I also rely on Amway range good and economical products especially car wash and silicon glaze. Leather vinyl cleaner from Amway is good for dash board and seat covers. It was recommended by me from Hyundai service center as my Getz used to park in direct sunlight so dash board became rough and white. With one stroke once in a month it has become normal. It acted as a sunscreen .
I get these products from my friend PM me for details or see my earlier posts
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Default Autoglym?

Hi,
I have been qouted 3400 Rs for a 'Autoglym' treatment for my Swift which includes a extra treatment after 8 months. i checked the website, its a UK product. Any thoughts on the product/ pricing?
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