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Old 08-07-2018, 05:13 PM   #1121
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On the 106 rallye the carpets are a lot thinner than the standard. Almost like flocked cardboard lol. The rallye was a homoglamation version of the ranges so had a lot of stuff stripped back. I assume the 306 is the same?
Andy, not quite. The carpets I think are the same as the GTi6 ones. Quite heavy weight and thick foam backed......the Rallye was lighter than its GTi6 brother but not in the carpets I don't think....

So, afters pics of the carpets. Pleased with how they came out.





Picked up the bits today. Bumper isn't quite 'mint' but is complete, undamaged other than stone chips and had what appears to be a fairly new grill section and the splitter but in with all the factory fixings. Guy threw in a pair of lowering springs too. I'll move that lot on, will more than cover the fuel to pick them up and leave some in the paypal account for the next lot of parts!
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Old 13-07-2018, 10:25 AM   #1122
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Ben - long while since I've checked in. Hope to catch up with your thread soon. Carpets look good!

I'm after a splitter. Maybe the whole bumper assembly depending on how knackered mine is. Let me know.

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Looking good Ben, glad to see the progress.
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What dilution ratio did you use the g101?

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What dilution ratio did you use the g101?

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Can't remember for sure but approx 1:20 I think
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Can't remember for sure but approx 1:20 I think
Same as what I did on my wife’s old Corsa, it worked a treat you can also use it with warm water which means you can dilute it further
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Thanks guys, outside of mine is done so time for the inside

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Dilution level will really be driven by how dirty whatever you want to clean is....

My carpets weren't too bad. The good thing about mine was the orange staining is usually sediment suspended in the water, rather than anything else, meaning when it dries, it's just sediment to remove rather than grime or grease etc, which turned out to be the case

Level and type of soiling will drive your dilution levels. Liberal application of eblow grease and a scrubbing brush never did any harm either
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