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Old 28-08-2018, 08:42 PM   #1
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Feynlab Maintainance

Car's just been coated with Feynlab + top coat - looking to use their wash and detailer to maintain.

Any advice for using the wash? dilution rates seem low.

Heard lots of good things about the detailer - what GSM cloths would be best for applying and remove? I have read higher GSM to apply and lower to buff? Any other application advice?

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Car's just been coated with Feynlab + top coat - looking to use their wash and detailer to maintain.

Any advice for using the wash? dilution rates seem low.

Heard lots of good things about the detailer - what GSM cloths would be best for applying and remove? I have read higher GSM to apply and lower to buff? Any other application advice?

Cheers.
Hi,

With regards to wash.
There a people using it a few different ways, so the below is my opinion on how it should be used and is how I have used it.

So the description starts with FEYNLAB® WASH was primarily engineered to remove stubborn dirt and grime from vehicle surfaces

So for me, anyone using it after they have washed their car...….to me, seems like a waste of time and effectively using the product incorrectly (just my opinion)

So I mix the Wash at a dilution of about 30:1 (waterroduct) in a 1L spray bottle, you can go lower or higher depending on your level of protection needed.

I spray this solution all over the rinsed and pre washed panel. I then have a separate bucket with plain water and about 6 cloths inside. Remove one of the cloths, wring out (not totally, leave a bit wet), fold into quarters, spray a bit of solution on the cloth, wipe the panel down.

The washed panel should be dirt free and can be towel dried.

So its a sort of take on the GDWM but with FB wash.

That's how I do it.
Sounds complicated maybe, but really quick, easy and effective!

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