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305ppm here, never knew it was that hard of a water round here
Yeah for £12 it's obviously not going to be better at beading than a premium wax or coating, but for a QD type application it's nice to use.Ah ok. I heard ironically it wasn't the best at doing what the title suggests. But as you say good to use and looks great.
Yeah I posted a video and images the other day on my business Instagram. Honestly? I prefer more down to earth products. It's cool at what it can do, but the jury is still well out I'm afraid.@gally I know you recommended Infinity wax's rapid detailer a while back and upon looking on there site, I see this:
The UK's 1st Graphene Enhanced Detail Spray! QDX Graphene is a creation born from intense research, determination, and extensive testing. Ultimately resulting in the first graphene-enhanced quick detail spray to be manufactured in the UK. How To Use:www.infinitywax.com
Have you any experience with this?
@gally will be your man to either recommend somewhere or even do a coating for you.Hello boys and girls! Having left the car cleaning game for a while, I have just picked up and F80 M3 and I’m looking to get myself kitted back out with the essentials.
Will be looking to get it properly detailed and ceramic coated (recommendations for central Scotland would be appreciated also)
Snow foam - shampoo - wheel cleaner - leather cleaner/conditional - glass cleaner etc etc!
What do I use to top up the shine but not efferent the coating?
Cheers mate! I will be sure to get in touch with them in the next few months.Sort the first question. The guy who does the coating will answer the rest. Don't mix both of them up or you will undo the hard work and cost of the original idea.
Lot of guys in Central Scotland. Highest end.... Ronnie at Autobath Detailing. Gordon at Defined detailing. 2 of the most experienced guys in detailing. Both ends of the m8 essentially.
After them you have Gordon at NB Detailing in Livingston. Richard at RGK detailing. James and Ryan at NRJ customs. Alex at bespoke detailing also.
Many good guys with a massive portfolio and very nice guys to boot. All approved for different brands etc so that can make a difference.
Two buckets with grit guards for starters, if you haven't already.Cheers mate! I will be sure to get in touch with them in the next few months.
Totally understand about getting products to suit the coating.
Short term however, before I get it done. Can you recommend some basics to get me started?