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    Evo IX RS on Its way

    Lovely. Looking forward to this!
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Product comparisons are where its at. Cleaning best pro five videos have been done to death.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I bought the AG one from halfords. Worked really well and very easy (albeit time consuming). Wasn’t that cheap (halfords prices) but I’m sure you’ll find it pretty cheap on eBay and the likes.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Yep, that’s what I’ve started to do after using a prewash. I find SF pretty pony after using PW as it doesn’t seem to add much to the equation. I’m currently using AF citrus power which I find great. I go through 5l in next to notice using my pump sprayer though so it’s far from cost effective...
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Is there a risk of letting snow foam dry? I’ve used it as a wash aid before but most pro’s online go with a shampoo mix through a foam lance instead. I presume the risk of doing this using SF is it could stain if left to dry?
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    The best snow foam Lance on the market is the MTM Hydro. MTM Hydro Italian Foam Lance, foam gun for pressure washers, M22 Male https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F42Z7B9/?tag=cliospnet01-21 Recommended by the top detailing youtubers etc. I love mine.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    It’s a good point. I’ve got a metrovac blaster mini and to be honest never use it. Always wondered on wether drying by hand is quicker.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I’ve been looking at this. Seems great value and the reviews on other sites look great. https://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk/products/blo-air-rs-car-blower?variant=31135158239330&currency=GBP&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIqeiTyZKD5wIVh6ztCh18WQV2EAQYASABEgJaLPD_BwE
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    Car Insurance

    Sounds like Sky are your man
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    Car Insurance

    Have you tried Admiral etc?
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Woolite is perfect for the job.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Wire wool (with soap if you can find it). Water, Autosol and a few scrubbing sponges is all you need.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Difference between a Kia and a Audi in terms of build quality. I was quite amazed.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Yes, more professional than general domestic use. Handle one though and the price difference is very apparent. It's built like a tank. The oil in it has to be changed after the first 50 hours and then every 250 hours. It's been built to last a lifetime. All the components are made out of brass...
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Definitely. Off the top of my head the base unit was £650. I had to wait a while for the GB to end but it makes sense buying from an authorised uk seller. According to ECC the RRP is £800 so there can’t be much profit in it for ECC.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    There you go mate...Free bucket with your Kranzle lol https://www.theultimatefinish.co.uk/kranzle/k-1152-tst-pressure-washer.aspx
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    It was a purchase I thought long and hard about. I wash my car most weeks though and get a lot of enjoyment out of it. It's also a machine that will last a lifetime so when you factor all that in its pretty good value IMO.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Honestly mate, the difference between the two machines will be night and day. They're a lot of money but worth every penny IMO.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    £785 all in (part of a group by on DW). Around £880-£900 otherwise. Includes the machine Quick connects all round Foam cannon
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    My Kranzle arrived last week. I was expecting it to be good and a step up from my Nilfisks of old but this thing is in a league of its own. The MTM PF22 cannon is also very good. It’s like using a petrol station power washer in the luxury of your own home lol. @ 25KG it’s a solid bit of kit...
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Just order. I could have been one of the first to order.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I got mine (I posted the offer).
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I would expect so as otherwise there would be a limited target audience. Ceramic coatings are generally very hard wearing and you’d struggle to remove them without an abrasive.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I like GTechniq C2v3. Can be used as a watered down detailing spray also. It’s a spray on, polish off product though. Offers up to 6 months of protection.
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    Streaky marks on windscreen

    https://www.slimsdetailing.co.uk/carpro-ceriglass-glass-polish-cleaner.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7qDQp9bh5QIVC1PTCh0JcAFKEAQYBCABEgJVl_D_BwE
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Mine arrived after a couple of days. The deal was posted on Detailing World so I presume they go overrun with orders. TBH I’m surprised they didn’t refund the lot as apparently £20 is cheaper than cost.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Horses for courses. I get what you’re saying but use one and you might change your mind. Why do we spend a bucket load on shampoos, ceramics and waxes when your bog standard turtle wax equivalent will make do? I don’t really buy into the frequency or pro detailer argument. You’re top line...
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    Seen them for £45 (q washers) for 10m. I'd expect 15m to come in at £55. Either way though the cheaper Karchers and Nilfisks are still pretty crap. Mines nearly 5 years old but rarely used. I'd not buy another.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I hate it that much I tend to use the hose instead.
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    Detailing Chat & Questions Thread

    I have a Nilfisk and although it serves a purpose, it’s pretty s**t. The main issue is the hose, it’s plastic and always curls. Budget for a new hose (about £60). Connections are also cheap plastic. When I bought my lance I specified what connector to supply.
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