Hello proud Alfa owners,
Became a proud owner myself just last week of a Giulietta Sports 1.4 with the power of 150 horses.
Its the first car which I own. And I'm in love with my baby already!
Been driving it around all weekend. Super fun. But not after seeing all these bugs and **** glued...
Went there this afternoon.
15 litres of Zip Wax for just under £15:thumbs:
It's as good as anything I've ever used, is "slippery" and smells nice:)
I always Aquawax it after a wash so protection isn't an issue.
Other good stuff is the Nano wheel wax and most of the Nano range too IMHO.
Well cleaned the car again today. And took some pics of it. I liked the box the AG HD wax came in. With the pre wetted pads and the cloth was cool. I got it al for 35 euro off a buddy of mine who deals in AG.
The application was grand and easily. Taking it off was a right pain though compared...
Hoping to treat both cars in the next couple of weeks to a damn good clean & wax / polish before the winters arrives (did it ever go)
I've in the past used AutoGlym Super Resin and Megs NXT - i prefer the NXT of the 2....are there better options now avaiulable ?
Collinite seems to be a...
It was noted recently by one AO contributor that Autoglym products are the "Vauxhall of detailing". Well there you go. I've always sworn by them and on Squadrone Rosso's recommendation I tried the High Definition Wax on the 159 and GT this morning. Pretty damn good stuff - £27.99 on the...
I bought some at Stanford on Sunday:cool:
£35 for a nice kit of two applicators and a microfibre cloth. The polish is a paste in a tub. Smells nice.
Will get around to using it soon and will post the results:)
Not what you might think, but I had an auto detailer 'round the other day to machine the car and he suggested a Brazilian wax job (for the car), only £300. Anybody had any experience of such treatment, and is it worth the money?