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Old 17-07-2018, 07:51 PM   #1
Mark R5
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Hi guys.

Just wanted to pop along to say thanks for the huge donation to the charity raffle. I was lucky enough to win said prize and have used some of the products today.

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The car was my girlfriends Mazda 2 in silver. It was her granddads car that she inherited when he passed away a few years ago. It's not seen much love since her ownership - the odd trip to the Polish handwash and that's about it. Sadly no photos of the car and process as I wanted to just get cracking.

Things I used were the Auto Wash shampoo, Auto foam, Auto QD, Clay.

The Auto foam I have used before and is now my go to snowfoam. The car was covered in sap and gunk from the continuous parking under trees at work. Auto foam went a long way aiding the removal of this sap etc. A little agitation with one of the BH brushes and voila.

I found the shampoo worked excellently. A little went a very long way, and there were plenty of bubbles and lubrication. My only criticism would be there is a lack of scent - it really is a minor thing to critique.

I used the QD as a drying aid and a clay lube. This smells lovely. It reminded me of hubba bubba from my childhood No complaints at all regarding the QD. I used it neat which I know is an expensive way - I didn't have another bottle handy to dilute it down - Waxstock awaits for a couple of empties.

Clay is also my go to clay, in fact I don't think I've used any other clay in all the years I've been detailing.

All in all, I've loved BH's products and can't wait to get cracking with the others now in my arsenal.

Once again, thanks BH. You're awesome!
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