Mr GTVMidlands-GTV said:Hopefully if the weather holds out im gonna give the GTV a good clean inside and out. I was just wondering if anyone had any recommendations of cleaning products. Ive got a couple of scratches i wanna get out too, not very deep at all.
Just use Mothers Reflections Advanced car wax and you get a top class finish with no white powder and you do not have to worry about getting it on black rubber bits and extremely easy to removePaulR said:Autoglym Ultra Deep Shine (not super resin). Follow this with Autoglym Extra Gloss Protection which acts like Teflon - birdsh1t just flicks off.
With regard to the "white powder" problem I find that a quick "air polish" (go for a drive at high speed) takes care of it.
It is not really a polish fightMr_Caine said:Hey, lets start a my polish is better than your polish fight! Most car care stuff is pretty reasonable in reality.
Try using a rotary or DA polisher with SRP and you won't have any issues with white powder. Most of the problem is peeps thinking you have to cake it on like icing UDS does take a knock but comes up fantastically - my bonet after a quick hit with UDS.
If it was available to you then a Product such as Forever Black would be a good one to try.alexgee said:I have black plastic sills on my GTV, who "back to black" type product is best? I have a few bottles of bumper resin type stuff in the shed but they would be past their best by know and will invest for the spring clean.
I cleaned the inner wheel arches yesterday, so much grit came clean.