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Old 09-12-2013, 05:20 PM   #1
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Race glaze alcantara cleaner

Never heard of race glaze until i bought this product. Couple of squirts on the dirty alcantara left for a few mins wiped and as good as new. Back to grey and hardly used any product
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Old 24-07-2014, 05:14 PM   #2
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Was just about to ask how much is the average amount needed to do two seats and a rear bench? although iam using the fabric cleanse which is probably very similar.
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Old 02-08-2014, 02:52 PM   #3
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got a link for this product, haven't heard of it
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Old 02-08-2014, 02:59 PM   #4
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I quite like wool lite on alcantara. A weak solution and my dc2 and ek9 seats came out like new.
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I quite like wool lite on alcantara. A weak solution and my dc2 and ek9 seats came out like new.
What was your process Dipesh? Just spray and wipe with a mf?
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Old 02-08-2014, 04:01 PM   #6
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What was your process Dipesh? Just spray and wipe with a mf?
Depends how bad they are.

Feel free to drop me a PM or start a new topic? I feel bad commenting in the rg section!
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I'll post then, if thats OK !

The way to use the product is simplicity itself - just spray on, leave for a couple of minutes and rub with a clean MF. You will need a few if the area is heavily soiled as you dont want to rub it back in again, and if its badly matted, a brush like our leather brushes helps a lot.
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I bought some of this from Polished Bliss and was very impressed with how easy it was to use and how effective it was.

I used it as advised on the PB website. I sprayed the surface lightly, aggitated it with a soft-ish brush to lather it up a little. I then left it for about a minute and then wiped the area with a damp microfibre. My seats came up a treat.

This is what a localised section of the seat looked like before

And here it is after


This is what the microfibre picked up on that one section alone
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I bought some of this from Polished Bliss and was very impressed with how easy it was to use and how effective it was.

I used it as advised on the PB website. I sprayed the surface lightly, aggitated it with a soft-ish brush to lather it up a little. I then left it for about a minute and then wiped the area with a damp microfibre. My seats came up a treat.

This is what a localised section of the seat looked like before

And here it is after


This is what the microfibre picked up on that one section alone
Impressive.
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