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Thread: So how long does it take to clean the inlaws ForFour then??

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    So how long does it take to clean the inlaws ForFour then??

    well only 11 hours!!

    If you're already on a popular ForFour forum then you may have already seen this but for the rest of you, please enjoy the following images from yesterday!

    Well after watching the weather religously from Monday I was pleased to know that there would be a gap in the weather on Thursday, now I'm not saying I order the weather for my details, but.....

    Anyway, onto the detail. This was an enhancement detail spanning some 11 hours from 7 am upto around 6pm. The car was suffering the usual swirls and scratches along with some uite deep marks. After a cold start, the weather was fantastic all day an I was very pleased with the outcome!

    I hope you enjoy the following pictures and of course if you have ANY questions, feel free to ask. If you want to see the full gallery, and are not on a popular ForFour Forum then please check out my Facebook page below:

















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    Well thats it, thank you for getting this far!! Car looked fantastic and should be very easy for my inlaws to maintain!

    Please, if you like what you see, 'like' my facebook page below to see more, as I detail mainly smart cars and really enjoy doing each and everyone due to how unique they are!

    again, please feel free to ask any questions you have!

    Thanks

    Mark
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    Mate, they'd already given you her hand!

    Got to admire the dedication though.

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    ah, well the wedding isn't till November so I have to keep em sweet :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark84 View Post
    ah, well the wedding isn't till November so I have to keep em sweet :-)
    I see a busy year ahead....

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    Do you take the wheels off to clean and polish both sides or is that just me that does it LOL

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    lol, well on my own, yes, on a customers, no! far too much risk, far safer (and cheaper) to just buy many good wheel brushes!
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