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Old 05-01-2018, 11:34 AM   #11
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If you're wanting to make it more 'professional' then I'd highly recommend a more thorough proof-reading for niggling grammatical errors, as well as other more general issues with sentence structure. This isn't a 'grammar nazi' comment, merely a suggested means of improving what is otherwise a good review. I echo the sentiment of others - more pictures and more specifics. Good luck with the reviews though - I always enjoy reading the opinions of others on here.
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Old 05-01-2018, 12:24 PM   #12
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I think we need to take the term ‘professional reviewer’ with a pinch of salt, I don’t think he’ll be earning a living from it....happy to be proven wrong though!
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Old 05-01-2018, 01:17 PM   #13
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what happened to that other device for capturing images? camera????
What is this thing you speak of, a camera not attached to a mobile phone. What ever next!
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Old 05-01-2018, 02:28 PM   #14
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What is this thing you speak of, a camera not attached to a mobile phone. What ever next!
You sir, are you Edward from The League of Gentleman?
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Old 05-01-2018, 02:37 PM   #15
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My only grumble is they don't use a high quality spray trigger that is durable and adjustable. It kinda reminds me of cheap plastic that shatters when dropped
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I've decided I'm a professional reviewer now, so if company's want to send me products I'll only ever say good things and praise you so I carry on receiving free products. I've also decided I'm a professional footballer. If man Utd want to sign me, I can't play any worse than 80% of your players. I'm even prepared to play for 100k a week, I don't think that's unreasonable.
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Possibly being a bit harsh on someone new to the forum here folks? He didn't say he was a professional detailing products reviewer.

The most unprofessional thing about the review is the mistake with the score. It should be a 10/10

Welcome to the forum OP
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Been reading the forum for a while now and trying to learn stuff as I go. It's a brilliant resource.

Will post as and when I need advice and help, but wow, you lot are a tough audience. I'd be surprised if this chap stayed on the forum and posted again.

After reading your replies I'll certainly be careful how I post as a newbie.....

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Old 05-01-2018, 06:22 PM   #19
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Possibly being a bit harsh on someone new to the forum here folks? He didn't say he was a professional detailing products reviewer.

The most unprofessional thing about the review is the mistake with the score. It should be a 10/10

Welcome to the forum OP
I think theres been mixed responses however surely IMO a review no matter what the product is follows a similar format and pictures and spell check etc for what is technically a professional review is a must for me. Then to say you never took pics cause your phone wasn't working

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Been reading the forum for a while now and trying to learn stuff as I go. It's a brilliant resource.

Will post as and when I need advice and help, but wow, you lot are a tough audience. I'd be surprised if this chap stayed on the forum and posted again.

After reading your replies I'll certainly be careful how I post as a newbie.....

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This is a great forum Gary don't be hesitant folks on here are welcoming. Generally newbies browse or lurk for a bit, join and post in the welcome section then ask questions about the products or technique etc. When they post a review there's generally a disclaimer about being a newbie and inviting feedback It's just been unfortunate that Ollie has came on saying he's a professional then written a review which isn't the best unfortunately and there's many on here seen similar before! If it was another social media platform I'm pretty certain the responses wouldn't be as nice.

As I say this is a great forum with good people who are here to help genuine members looking for advice and guidance
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