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

  1. #11
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    Those Nanolex bottles look like the complimentary stuff they leave in hotel bathrooms.

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    11 hours on a TupperWare container?!?!?!
    You still think you can tackle my van in just 2 days Mark????

    Like I said, you can PEN the dates in (unless accidents etc), but I think maybe you've bitten of more than you can chew

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    Haha I wish nanolex is complimentary, its very far from it!

    Gaz no worries mate, ill work by candlelight if I have to just look forward to the results!!!
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    You would be quicker to unweld all of the panels on his van, repaint new ones and weld them all back on than try to clean that van of his

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    But wheres the fun on that
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    Very nice - you are a genius

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    As lovely as it looks, unless that car was going straight into a museum, I really can't see the point in wasting 11 hours of my life cleaning a car knowing within a day or two at this time of year, it'll just look filthy again.
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    Thats the whole point!!

    The paint has been permenantly corrected not just filled, those scratches are now gone! It has then been sealed with a professional grade sealant that will mean through increased surface tension the car will take longer to become dirty enough to need cleaning, require less frequent cleaning, thus causing less wash inflicted scratches and ensure it looks awesome for longer!

    And all that is before you consider preserving resale value. Dont get me wrong, choice between a service and a detail, mechanics comes first! But also lets face it, many people buy on their first impression, ie if it looks poorly looked after then we think the rest of the important bits have been neglected!

    In the long run it saves time, energy, money, water etc etc!

    In a nutshell, short term effort, long term gain!

    Oh and on a red car, nanolex's uv protection is more vital than ever against premature damage and clearcoat failure!

    not trying to force you into liking it (although I hope everyone enjoys seeing shiny perfect smarts), but just to make you aware there's a little more to 'why'
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  9. #19
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    Working in an office all day I love the chance to get outside and clean our cars. It beats gardening anyway and yet some people will spend hours on that, it's horses for courses

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