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Old 30-11-2017, 08:47 PM   #1
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Evening All,

I have just bought a black focus ST estate from a dealer and it has some light spider swirling. As it has the usual dealer wash I want to give it its first detail so it can be safe for the rest of the winter.

I am here for some advice and research on a few extra products to add to my arsenal. I've already bought 2 buckets with grit guards, lw mit, mf towel, clay bar, foam pads, poorboys blackhole and soft fusso 99 dark.

I have been foaming and polishing for a while but i have never 2BM & clayed . I am learning so much already....

I also have scratch X 2.0 & AG SRP at my disposal. Any advice on winter washing and in what order to perform the above..

Thanks all...
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Hi,

Have you got fallout remover and tar remover to go on before clay? May be worth adding these steps in first to remove as much as possible before claying?
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As a rough guide, your two bucket method, decontamination with glue and tar remover then fallout remover then clay. Follow by wither poor boys black hole or SRP. Then Fusso on top.

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