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Old 23rd June 2011, 09:03   #4606
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What is the size? can you check and post?

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Blue 3M MF is available at Spar in Bangalore for Rs.99/-
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Blue 3M MF is available at Spar in Bangalore for Rs.99/-
Hi wild can you please confirm which SPAR in bangalore has stocks of MF. It was not available with SPAR bannerghatta road today.
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Mantri Mall.
Not sure about the size, but it's similar to the ones posted previously. Scotchbrite. perhaps 12x12cm?
It's the blue one.
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Zaino products are now available in India . Check Zaino India .
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Note from Support : We do NOT permit any vendors to offer "Team-BHP Specials" on this forum. Do NOT post any promotional messages on these lines, else infractions will follow.
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There's this car detailing specialist near to where I live, well half an hours drive really who have posted on youtube the work they did on a 99 Berlinetta. Its an interesting watch especially since 112 hours of labor has been concised to 6 mins!!

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Hi GTO thanks for pointing the error . I did a copy paste and did miss out on the line offering thbp offer. The purpose of post was to post the prices of products on forum; I have done it earlier also for other products. Please restore the prices without the offending offers part mentioned in the post ( if its within forum guidelines ) you can also check on and delete one of my previous post mentioning prices of mothers products ( post no 4548 in this thread ) . Thanks.

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Old 11th July 2011, 11:20   #4613
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We may finally have all DIY products of Meguiars retailed in India

Posted the following query on

"Folks I am interested in buying your products like the Ultimate Quick Detailer and Ultimate Quick Wax .. Where can I buy them ??"

Meguair India FB Page

Someone from Meguairs did revert back stating that we may have complete access to all DIY products in a few months time..

Finally we see the light at the end of tunnel I guess

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^^ Here are some Meguiar's product available online:
Search - meguiar
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Need suggestion clearing the Chain lube which gets sprayed on to the rims of my bike.
I know diesel is an option but i want to avoid that. Any good product which i can use on it to clean it.
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RK Sans - Im guessing you are referring to the alloy rims of your CBR ?

A good alloy cleaner should safely take care of removing all the sling off from the chain lube ! (Honeywell/Sonax)
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Yea! Any wheel cleaners will work!

Make sure its not an acid based cleaner!

Eagle one all wheel cleaner is also great for rims and wheels + its non acid based!

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Is diesel ok for washing the windscreen?

Also, I had my swift's rims painted black but within no time the paint started chipping off. Having lost a wheel-cap yesterday I thought I'd buy a new set of wheel-caps but the paint chipping off needs to be taken care of too. So how do I get the rims painted this time? Last time the paint guy just spray the black paint all over the rim, just paint and nothing else. What should I get done differently this time considering that the black paint is still on the rims.
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Is diesel ok for washing the windscreen?
I don't think so... doesn't it damage the rubber seals?

Anyway, why? soap or glass cleaner and water should be fine for the windscreen. I occasionally use Auto Glym glass cleaner, which has a fine powder abrasive that won't damage glass, but removes stubborn grease. It's good on the interior, especially if you smoke in the car.
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RK Sans - Im guessing you are referring to the alloy rims of your CBR ?

A good alloy cleaner should safely take care of removing all the sling off from the chain lube ! (Honeywell/Sonax)
You are right, this is for my CBR. The chain lube gets splashed royally on to the rims and its difficult to remove just by shampoo.

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Yea! Any wheel cleaners will work!

Make sure its not an acid based cleaner!

Eagle one all wheel cleaner is also great for rims and wheels + its non acid based!
Thanks sohail. Do we get Eagle one in India or do we need to order thru amazon/autogeek, etc.
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