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Old 21-10-2010, 01:27 PM   #21
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Very nice read Rob, suppose I had better get around to doing this one day.

Very impressive golf handicap by the way

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Old 26-10-2010, 12:01 AM   #22
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Rob you are like Yoda mate, i totally enjoyed that

When you coming up to Scotland for a game of golf, if you do i will give your jag a polish.
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Old 28-10-2010, 05:12 PM   #23
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Rob you are like Yoda mate, i totally enjoyed that
What a bald green midget???
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You seem like you know your stuff and are approachable. I only found DW from looking at your website so I thank you for that!!!
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Thank you, you won't be thanking me when your wallet takes a hit from the detailing addiction.
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Rob, a rather belated question on your interview, and I appreciate your views may have changed in the interim: You mention that clay and paint cleanser are the two things you'd recommend most. Do you have a favourite paint cleanser, by hand/by machine?

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Rob, a rather belated question on your interview, and I appreciate your views may have changed in the interim: You mention that clay and paint cleanser are the two things you'd recommend most. Do you have a favourite paint cleanser, by hand/by machine?

Cheers,

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Hi Phil,

My opinion may differ slightly now, but at the time I believed even with a paint cleanser you can still achieve good results, not everyone wants to or has time and ability to machine polish.
P21s/R222 gloss enhancing paint cleanser is still a firm favourite by hand, never really applied paint cleansers by machine, I use glazes via the DA and favour Britemax #4.
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Hi Phil,

My opinion may differ slightly now, but at the time I believed even with a paint cleanser you can still achieve good results, not everyone wants to or has time and ability to machine polish.
P21s/R222 gloss enhancing paint cleanser is still a firm favourite by hand, never really applied paint cleansers by machine, I use glazes via the DA and favour Britemax #4.
Hi Rob,

Just used Britemax #4 you gave me. It was awesome

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